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2020 ASU Polytechnic VRC Qualifier Tournament
The Rossum Rumblers Robotics club hosted their 3nd annual VRC qualifying tournament at the ASU Polytechnic Campus on February 1st, 2020. The event was free and open to the public.
This event took place at the ASU Polytechnic Campus in the Sun Devil Fitness Complex. There were signs directing parking for participants and audience members in Lot 16A (across from the SIM building) or Lot 10 (Student union parking lot). Parking was free for this event.
If you’ve never been to our campus before, we have many food options less than 5 min away or you can eat on campus in the Citrus Dining Pavilion or the Student Union. Note, on-campus food options do not open until 9am. Please get your coffee before arriving at the event in the morning!
All participants were required to sign the RECF participation form and ASU photo release forms, copies are linked on the left.
Entrance is on the south-east corner.
Citrus Dining Pavilion
Buffett style dining with many different options.
Various food options. Subway, Starbucks.
Parking - Lot 10
Parking - Lot 10
7:30AM Check-in/Inspection opens
8:00AM-8:50AM Skills matches (Must pass inspection before skills matches)
9:00AM Team Meeting & Opening Ceremony
9:30AM Qualification matches begin
12:30PM-1:00PM Skills matches
1:15PM Qualification matches resume
3:00PM Qualification matches end
3:10PM Alliance selection
3:30PM-5:00PM Elimination tournament and awards ceremony
Sun Devil Fitness Complex policy does not allow food or drinks in the gym. Water is allowed in the gym. Please leave any food or drinks in your car or finish them before entering the complex.
Safety glasses must be worn in the pits and at competition fields at all times. They are not needed in the competition spectator area. We will have a small number of safety glasses to borrow for the day if you forgot a pair.
Plug in chargers directly into the provided power strips at the charging stations. Do NOT plug in any power strips into the provided power strips. “Daisy chaining” is a fire hazard and will be unplugged immediately.