Am I eligible to participate?
If you are a current masters student at a business school, you are eligible to compete on a team in Product Games. In addition, other non-business graduate students are permitted to join your team, provided they are enrolled at the same university. Business graduate students must make up at least 50% of the team.
How do teams work?

The team size is limited to 2-5 members. When you’re looking to build the team, it’s recommended to have a balance of business acumen, design thinking, analytical skills, and a passion for technology.

Can more than one team from the same business school compete in Product Games?
Yes, multiple teams may enter from the same business school.
Does this cost money?

It is free to register and to submit your team solution to Product Games. 

I'm interested, but nobody in my team has coding experience, what should I do?

You don’t need any coding experience to compete. All you need is a good understanding of user behavior, and strong business acumen. Understanding of technology landscape will certainly help you, but it’s not necessary. There are many prototyping tools that don’t require coding but give a good understanding of the product. You can find them here. 

Do I need to physically be at the Product Games final event or can I present virtually?

The whole Product Games this year is virtual! The upside to this is that we will have a global judging panel and audience. 

I have more questions.

If you have more questions, join our Slack workspace by clicking here or write to us at productgames@insead.edu

What is the prize money?

The top prize winner will receive USD $10,000. The other 3 finalists will each receive USD $1000.