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HackFest Registration

To register for the HackFest you'll need to enter two items:

Tetrinet Nick Name
This is the name that your bot will register with the Tetrinet server as. It must be a string containing between 1 and 30 alphanumeric, underscore or hyphen characters. If you want to register multiple times to submit multiple entries, you'll need to pick a different nick for each bot.

Entrant's Customer Number(s)
To ensure that entrants are registered paid-up conference attendees you will need to enter the first four (4) characters of your customer number which can be found on the invoice which you were emailed with when you registered.

If you lost your registration email and customer number you can get it resent to you by entering your email address on this page.

For example, if your customer number is "XI482DS5QVJ2FKGA" then you would enter "XI48" in this field. If you are registering a team then enter each of the members' customer numbers separated by spaces (eg. "XI48 ABCD 2345").

By entering the HackFest, entrants grant permission for the HackFest organisers to send them email relating to the organisation of the HackFest (such as notification of new versions of the client library being available for download).

HackFest Registration
Tetrinet Nick Name
Entrant's Customer Number(s) (see above)
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