MMAI20 Signups 04 Oct 2017


The signups for MegaMinerAI 20 are open! Gather your friends and go make your team at

Registration is $24 per team, and with that each team member will get a T-shirt, plenty of food, and the chance to win prizes. Remember, teams are limited to three people and there is a $4 discount for each ACM Member on your team!

The competition is November 11th to 12th from Noon to Noon.

Posted by: Cody Roberts

SIG-Game Developers needed! 25 Aug 2017


It is the dawn of a new semester and SIG-Game is seeking fresh new developers to join our ranks! We are looking for anyone, all majors and experience levels welcome! Our first general meeting will be on:

Wednesday, August 30th from 5pm to 6pm in the Computer Science Building Room 207.

Make sure to stop by and learn who we are and what we do!

If you can’t be there in person, the meeting will also be streamed on Twitch and feel free to ask questions on our Discord server!

Posted by: Michael Beaver

MegaMinerAI 19: Stumped - Final Results 12 Apr 2017


Last weekend you guys came out to chopped down many trees and built many lodges. And some were victorious! Here are your tournament winners:

Student Tournament:

This tournament is only eligible students: no alumni, SIG-Game developers, or sponsors. Prizes were awarded at the awards ceremony on Saturday.

1st - dumbfreshman

2nd - the-newcastle-gnomes

3rd - i-am-so-dam-tree-ggered

And dumbfreshman were indeed two [smart] freshmen students. Lookout future competitors for these guys!

Global Tournament:

This tournament includes everyone. No awards beyond the prize of being the best at Stumped!

1st - the-goldman-clause source code

2nd - rmds Garmin source code

3rd - dumbfreshman

We’d like to thank everyone involved, from our generous sponsors, and our developers, to our competitors.

If you’d like to see how the entire brackets worked you can find the student results here, and the global results here. They can be [partially] played back in our Bracket Visualizer (drag and drop the files into the white page).

As always, all our code we used is open source if you want play with it. You can find it all on GitHub.

Thanks, and we hope to see you all next semester for MegaMinerAI 20.

Posted by: Jacob Fischer

MMAI-19: STUMPED Itinerary Schedule 08 Apr 2017

MegaMinerAI19: Stumped Itinerary



Game Kickoff in Toomey 199

We will announce the game rules for Stumped and field questions. Following this everyone will move to Toomey 241 and Toomey 345 to code their AIs!


First Quickdraw and Dinner

We take your last submitted AI and do a quick single elimination tournament. Winner gets their entry fee back! Dinner is served. Pizza from Dominos!



The first snack run should be back, lots of munchies, soda, fruit, etc to keep you fueled.



More Snacks

Overnight as snacks are depleted we will periodically replenish them.


Second Quickdraw

We once again take your AI to see how it’s doing, the winner once again gets their entry fee refunded.



Donuts, bagels, and coffee. If you left overnight make sure you come back early to finish off your AI!


AI Submissions cut-off!

Strictly at noon we cut off submissions and that is your final AI that will be used in the tournament.



Lee’s chicken arrives and everyone eats while we get ready for the finale.


Finale and Final Tournament in Toomey 199

We thank our sponsors, field questions, and hand out T-Shirts to competitors while the final tournament runs. After that the tournament should be over and we visualize winners and hand out prizes for all eligible winners.

Posted by: Cody Roberts

MMAI-19: STUMPED is open for registration! 14 Mar 2017


The sign-ups for MegaMinerAI 19: Stumped are open!

Gather your team of code-savvy beavers and register at The competition is April 8th-9th from noon to noon.

Registration fee is $24 per team, but includes T-Shirts, food, and possible prizes for you and your teammates!

Posted by: Cody Roberts