Volunteer with us this June Holidays


Finding something meaningful to do this June Holidays? Enjoy being part of a fun event? Join us as a general volunteer!

As a general volunteer, you will get to be involved in a variety of activities – setting up the event space, coordinating teams for their robot runs, inspect teams’ robots, refereeing the games, managing the fringe games and many more!

We are looking for students aged 14 and above with or without knowledge in robotics. If you are keen and free on the following days, please sign up here with us!


Set up day: 19 June 2017, 1pm onwards

Event day: 20 June 2017, 8am-6pm

Briefing/Meeting dates: 27 May 2017 and 10 June 2017, 10am-3pm


If you have any concerns, feel free to drop us an email at sgtechchallenge@gmail.com. Otherwise, see you there!  🙂



Registration is open!


Registration for STC 2017 is now open!

This year, we have 4 events open to public (click on the event name to see the game rules):

Event Name Age Limit Team Size Maximum number of teams per school/institution
MazeBot (Primary) 7 – 12 2-3 participants per team No limit
MazeBot (Tertiary) 17 – 20 No limit
MechaMania 7 – 16 12
RoboGladiators 7 -16 7

The registration fee is $50 per team except for MazeBot (Tertiary). As it is the first time we are introducing this event, registration for MazeBot (Tertiary) is free of charge this year!

Hurry form your team of 2-3 and register your team here! Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis and will close on 19 April 2017.  😉



STC 2017 will be coming your way in June!

First FB Post


The Singapore Tech Challenge will be back bigger and better this year during the June Holidays! It will be held at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) on 20 June 2017. This year, participants can look forward to new game plays, stronger competition and a bigger venue! These are just some of the exciting things we have in store for you and more will be revealed at a later date!

Note down the general details of STC 2017 before you forget!  🙂