Exciting to See MoonBots Teams Registering from North America and Throughout the World!

We are very excited to announce that we have 38 Teams registered in the MoonBots Challenge. There has been great interest from North America. Teams from Hawaii, California, Iowa, Ohio, Maryland, Maine, Massachusetts, Virginia, Texas, Florida, Montana, Indiana, Colorado, Georgia, New York, Wisconsin, Utah and Oregon have their team pictures and design logos posted online. We are also thrilled to see teams from across the globe registering: New South Wales- Australia, Warsaw- Poland, Karnal Haryana- India and West Haddon Northamptonshire- United Kingdom. Teams are also coming up with some pretty creative names: Lunarticks, Team Tater Tot and The Doshi Destroyers to name a few.

Age Requirement Lowered
The minimum age restriction was lowered this week from 13 to 9 years of age. The Sponsors and Partners of the MoonBots Challenge hope to see youth organizations and robotics clubs throughout the world join the challenge this coming week because of the age change.

FAQ added to MoonBots website
An FAQ was recently added to the MoonBots website. Here are a few questions that people have recently asked:

Is the challenge free? The answer is YES! It's totally free to join. The team just needs a computer, an internet connection, and some kind of digital camera or webcam.

Do we have to travel somewhere to be involved? The answer is NO. The challenge is viral. The Sponsors and Partners really wanted to have teams compete from all parts of the world and not be limited to travel restrictions.

What is the grand prize? A trip to Denmark to tour LEGO Headquarters.

Can I be a coach of more than one team? YES. However, each youth can only participate on one team.

For a complete list of questions, please visit the FAQ located in the About the Game Button on the MoonBots website.

We are very much looking forward to seeing other teams register. Continue to keep promoting!

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