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Keep your eye on our Announcements channel in Discord to find out when the next one will be.

What's a Bot Race?

Icon of a round, floating robotBot Races make AI and automated tools the first phase of the competitive audit.

Icon of a wolf-like robot head printing a report out of its mouthBot Crews compete to see whose bot can create the highest quality and most thorough audit report.

Icon of two stacks of coins that are shiningUp to 10% of each contest pool will be dedicated to Bot Race prizes.

How do Bot Races work?

Stage 1
Qualifier Race

Starting Early April

  • Bot Crews race to have their bots deliver the highest quality and most thorough report based on a repo provided at start time.
  • Qualifier Races are open for one hour.
  • Judges choose the Top 20 Bots for upcoming competitions.

Stage 2
Bot Race

Starting 27 April 2023

  • The first hour of each audit competition will be dedicated to a Bot Race.
  • Bot Race submissions will be assessed by Lookouts, and graded A/B/C similarly to other reports based on report quality, validity, and thoroughness.
  • The best Bot Race report will receive a 30% share bonus.
  • The top report will be shared in the competition's channel and will be considered the official source for known issue submissions.
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Is your Crew ready to race your bot?

Be sure to give it a winning name!

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Keep your eye on our Announcements channel in Discord to find out when the next one will be.