On the Hackathon Site tab, you’ll provide information that will appear on the homepage of your hackathon. After you’ve completed this tab, you can come back anytime to finish creating your hackathon.
Your description should provide an overview of the hackathon and answer the following questions: Who is running the hackathon? What is the goal of the hackathon? What are you asking people to submit?
A compelling video can bring your hackathon to life and inspire the public to enter. If you decide to make a video, we encourage you to talk about what motivated your organization to create the hackathon and why people should participate.
This is where you will post detailed rules from your legal department. Please try to make them comprehensive and user-friendly so that they will be clear to people who are looking to enter your hackathon.
You will want to include eligibility requirements, judging criteria, and let potential submitters know exactly what they will have to do to enter the hackathon.
Please note: Many hackathon managers want to add a rule that states that submitters cannot make any changes to their submission after it has been entered. We advise against adding this rule because our platform allows users to edit their submissions up until the end of the submission period.
In this section, you should provide the eligibility requirements, such as age and country of residence and the submission requirements, such as what API must be used or what problem must be solved. These will give interested hackers the basic necessary information to compete.
Sponsors / Promotional partners
You can list logos of sponsors and partners supporting your hackathon. You are also able to add different sections to divide different types and levels. Additionally, you can link off to their websites.