BOT GAMES - LONDON 2019

19th March, InterContinental London - The O2

BOT GAMES - NEW YORK 2019

15th April, New York Marriott Marquis - Times

WHAT IS BOT GAMES? WE'RE GLAD YOU ASKED.

Bot Games is a meeting ground for bot enthusiasts - developers, project managers or business process enthusiasts from around the world. Put your bot-building skills to the test and compete in virtual and in-person events. The goal: achieve bot greatness! Create bots to solve problems and change the world. Play to win - and to learn from your fellow bot compatriots.

Advance your RPA career and get trained on the latest innovations

Network with the world's leading RPA professionals

Gain recognition & win exciting prizes

ARE YOU A BOT GENIUS?
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO PROVE IT.

You're an expert craftsman, and your tool of choice
is Automation Anywhere.

Showcase your bot masterpieces by participating in the Bot Genius competition. Submitting your bots is easy – it's all online. And if you plan to attend a live Bot Games event, you may qualify to present your bots to a panel of judges and win exciting prizes! So what're you waiting for?

Let your bot genius shine through!

To participate:

Submit a pre-developed bot prior to the event for judging. Check the box below when registering for the event. Rules and evaluation criteria will be emailed after registration. The top contenders will be invited to present at the live event.

At the next Bot Games

Choose one of the following tracks:

Bot Wars Bot IQ Bot Design Bot Support
A live, multi-level bot-building challenge. Test your Automation Anywhere RPA skills under pressure. Must be present to participate. Build an IQ Bot - An interactive workshop where you'll learn to build IQ Bots.

Bot IQ - A live, onsite bot-building competition for IQ Bot builders.
A challenging, technical quiz competition. Showcase your Automation Anywhere knowledge and skills. Test your production support skills by facing off against your peers in a competition focused on the best support structure and SLA framework.

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19th March, InterContinental London - The O2

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Bot Games London Contests – March 19, 2019

Official Rules

NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW.

BY PARTICIPATING IN THE MARCH 19, 2019 BOT GAMES LONDON CONTESTS ("BOT GAMES LONDON CONTESTS" OR "CONTESTS"), YOU AGREE TO COMPLY WITH ALL OF THE OFFICIAL RULES AND AGREE THAT THIS CONTRACT IS ENTERED INTO BY YOU AND AUTOMATION ANYWHERE, INC. ("AAI"). THESE ARE SKILL-BASED CONTESTS AND CHANCE PLAYS NO ROLE IN THE DETERMINATION OF THE WINNER. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH ANY OF THESE RULES, DO NOT PARTICIPATE OR SUBMIT AN ENTRY.

A. Our legal team asked us to make sure you're aware of the following:

  1. Contests: You're going to be entering up to two (2) skill-based contests - not a lottery or a random drawing. In this case, your coding skills matter, so bring 'em!
  2. Agreement to Official Rules: By participating, you agree to be fully bound by these Official Rules, and you represent and warrant that you meet the eligibility requirements set forth herein. In addition, you agree to accept the decisions of AAI as final and binding as it relates to the Bot Games London Contests and your Submission. The Bot Games London Contests are subject to all applicable laws, including federal, state and local laws and is void where prohibited.
  3. Ownership: To full extent permitted under applicable law, you agree to assign ownership to all of your submitted and resubmitted bots, submitted videos, and related materials that form part of the submission (the "Submissions") to AAI so that we can share your awesome work in our Bot Store or as AAI sees fit. If such assignment is not enforceable pursuant to applicable laws, you agree to grant AAI a perpetual, royalty free and exclusive license to use, reproduce, adapt and otherwise exploit all intellectual property rights in your Submissions. If the license contemplated above is not enforceable pursuant to applicable laws, you agree to grant AAI a perpetual, royalty free and non-exclusive license to use, reproduce, adapt and otherwise exploit all intellectual property rights in your Submissions. You further agree to sign all documents and take such steps as AAI considers reasonably necessary to give effect to the assignment or grant of license (as applicable) contemplated by this clause. All copyrights relating to the Submissions shall be assigned by you to AAI upon the submission and you hereby agrees not to exercise any moral rights relating to any of the Submissions.
  4. Eligibility: Anyone who as of the date of entry has reached the legal age majority where they live and is a resident of Australia, Canada (excluding residents of the Province of Quebec), Germany, India, Japan, Singapore, the United Kingdom, or the United States, except for employees of AAI and related parties, as explained more fully in Section B.1 below. Additionally, you must be present on March 19, 2019 from 11:30 am to 5:00 pm GMT at the Bot Games London event location. The event location is the Intercontinental London – The O2, located at 1 Waterview Drive, Greenwich Peninsula, SE10 0TW, London, UK.
  5. Language: All submissions must be made in the English language.
  6. Submission Instructions: Go to https://www.automationanywhere.com/botgames-london and follow the instructions stated there on how to register. Once you have registered you will receive an email providing further instructions, including instructions for the Bot Genius Contest, and how to submit bots.
  7. Multiple Submissions: You're welcome to submit as many bots as you'd like to the Bot Genius Contest. Each of the Bot Wars, Bot IQ, Bot Design, Bot Support Competition Contests will happen at the same time, so you may participate in only one of those Contests.
  8. Resubmissions: If you need to update your Bot Genius Contest Submission, you can resubmit it. The Judges will judge your most-recently submitted version as your final Submission. AAI will own any and all Submissions.
  9. Location of Contests. The will be held on March 19, 2019 from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm GMT at Intercontinental London – The O2, located at 1 Waterview Drive, Greenwich Peninsula, SE10 0TW, London, UK ("London Bot Games Site").
  10. Contest Period: Bot Genius Contest Submissions will be accepted online beginning on 10 January 2019 12:00 pm GMT, and Participants must submit their bot to Automation Anywhere by 1 March 2019 5:00 pm GMT. The Bot Games London Contests on 19 March 2019 from 11:30 am – 5:30 pm GMT..
  11. Winning: You can win a maximum of one (1) prize each for any one (1) of the Bot Genius Contest and a maximum of one (1) prize for one (1) of the following Contests: Bot Wars, Bot IQ, Bot Design, Bot Support Competition Contests.
    1. Bot Genius Contest Winners: On or around 19 March 2019 5:00 GMT, AAI will announce the winners at the Bot Games London Site. You must be present to win.
    2. Bot Wars, Bot IQ, Bot Design, Bot Support Competition Contests Winners: On or around 19 March 2019 5:00 pm GMT, AAI will announce the winners at the Bot Games London Site. You must be present to win.
  12. Prizes and Value:
    1. Bot Genius Contest: The three (3) winning entries will each be awarded a prize with maximum values ("MRV") as follows: (i) A first place prize of $10,000 USD; (ii) a second place prize of $5,000 USD; and (iii) a third place prize of $3,000 USD.
    2. Bot Wars Contest: The three (3) winning entries will each be awarded a prize with maximum retail values ("MRV") as follows: (i) a first place prize of an iPhone X with a MRV $1,000 USD; (ii) a second place prize of an iPad Pro with an MRV $770 USD; and (iii) a third place prize of an Apple Watch with a MRV $500 USD.
    3. Bot IQ Contest: The three (3) winning entries will each be awarded a prize with maximum retail values ("MRV") as follows: (i) a first place prize of an iPhone X with a MRV $1,000 USD ; (ii) a second place prize of an iPad Pro with a MRV $770 USD; and (iii) a third place prize of an Apple Watch with an MRV $500 USD.
    4. Bot Design Contest: The top scoring Participant will be awarded a prize with maximum retail value ("MRV") as follows: (i) a first place prize of an iPhone X with an MRV $1,000 USD. In addition, a consolation prize, Google Home, MRV $100 USD, will be awarded to each of the remaining Participants in the top scoring team.
    5. Bot Support Competition Contest: The top scoring Participant will be awarded a prize with maximum retail value ("MRV") as follows: (i) first prize, iPhone X, a MRV $1,000 USD. In addition, a consolation price, Google Home, MRV $100 USD, will be awarded to each of the remaining Participants in the top scoring team.
  13. Bot Genius Contest Technical Requirements: Submissions can be a MetaBot (which includes .mbot and .dll files) or a TaskBot (which includes at least one .atmx file), or a combination of both MetaBot and TaskBots that can run on the Automation Anywhere Enterprise platform versions 10.5 or greater. You're strongly encouraged to include a test stub to verify the functionality of the bot.
  14. Bot Genius Contest Originality: The bots you submit or build must be original (you can't just download a bot and submit it).
  15. Bot Genius Contest Demo: Bot Genius Contest Participants are required to submit a video of their bot in action. The better the Judges understand your bot, the more likely it is that they will be able to accurately judge it.
  16. Bot Genius Contest Judging: Submissions will be judged by a panel of judges comprised of AAI developers and technical experts who are employees of AAI as well as RPA industry experts (the "Judges"). The Judges will judge Submissions using the criteria described below. There will be two (2) rounds of judging (general and finalist). The first judging round will be on 1st March 2019, and three (3) finalists will be selected during this first round of judging. The Judges will select the three (3) Participants with the highest scoring Submissions ("Finalists"). The Finalists will be notified by email of their selection on or around 3 March 2019. The Finalists will go on stage and present their developed bots during the final round of competition 19 March 2019. Based on their presentation and the Judging Criteria, the Judges will select a winner on 19 March 2019 5:00 pm GMT..
  17. Bot Genius Judging Criteria: AAI will judge Bot Genius Contest Submissions using the following criteria:
    Each of the following five (5) judging criteria will be weighted at 20% each:
    Five Judging Criteria Definition Scoring
    1. Complexity How complex a problem or process does the automation address? Simple - 1 Complex - 5
    2. Comprehensiveness Does the automation comprehensively address the problem it sets to solve? Limited - 1 Comprehensive - 5
    3. Creativity Does the automation use creativity and ingenuity to solve a problem? Not very creative - 1 Very creative - 5
    4. Resiliency Does the automation adapt to changes in environment, or behavior? Limited resiliency - 1 Robust resiliency - 5
    5. Reusability Is the automation built with reusable modules (metabots)? Minimal reusability - 1 Highly reusable - 5
  18. Bot Wars Contest: Judging and Judging Criteria:
    This is a live competition being held at the London Bot Games Site, and this Bot Wars Contest takes place on 19 March 2019 11:30 am – 5:30 pm GMT. Participant's bots are to be judged by a panel of judges comprised of AAI developers and technical experts who are employees of AAI as well as RPA industry experts (the "Judges"). Participants will build bots with Automation Anywhere RPA software, and this competition consists of 3 levels, with each level having increased complexity and must be completed and passed. Each Participant's bots are to be judged and ranked on the following criteria: speed of bot build, accuracy of bots running each task, resilience of bots.
  19. Bot IQ Contest: Judging and Judging Criteria:
    This is a live competition being held at the London Bot Games Site, and this Bot IQ Contest takes place on 19 March 2019 11:30 am – 5:30 pm GMT. Participant's bots are to be judged by a panel of judges comprised of AAI developers and technical experts who are employees of AAI as well as RPA industry experts (the "Judges"). Participants will build bots with not only Automation Anywhere RPA software but also Automation Anywhere IQ Bot software. The winning Participant will the person who submits automation results with the fastest speed and 100% accuracy. And the second and third place winners will then be determined based upon their respective speed and accuracy. In case no Participant submits results with 100% accuracy, then the Participant who submits with the most accuracy, not speed, would be the first place winner, and the second and third place winners will then be determined by level of accuracy.
  20. Bot Design: Judging and Judging Criteria:
    This is a live competition being held at the London Bot Games Site, and this Bot Design Contest takes place on 19 March 2019 11:30 am – 5:30 pm GMT. This is a competitive quiz challenge, with rapid round questions based on the robotic process automation ("RPA") RPA industry and best practices in automation. Participant's answers are to be judged by a panel of judges comprised of AAI developers and technical experts who are employees of AAI as well as RPA industry experts (the "Judges"). This Bot Design contest will follow the process below and Judges will judge using the process and criteria described below.
    • Participants will be split into teams consisting of 6-8 Participants, and assigned to their respective teams randomly using a randomized method such as lots or numbers will be done in a random manner. Questions will have designated point values associated with them. The question and point value will be displayed to the audience, the team who proceeds to press their buzzer the fastest indicating they know the correct answer to the question, will have the first opportunity to answer the question. If said team correctly answers, they gain the point value associated with the question and the amount is added to their cumulative team score. If they do not get the answer correct, their cumulative score will decrease by the point value associated with the question and the other groups have an opportunity to supply the correct answer.
    • Once the questions have been exhausted, the teams with the highest 3 scores enter into the final Bot Design round. The final round consists of one question, the category of which will be displayed to the teams and they are given the ability to wager a value up to their cumulative score amount on their predicted ability to answer the question correctly. After wagering, the question is displayed and the teams have 30 seconds to answer. Teams who answer correctly gain the wagered amount to their cumulative score. Alternatively, teams who answer the question incorrectly have the wagered amount reduced from their cumulative score. The highest cumulative score team wins the game.
    • The Participants in the winning team then compete against each other in a head-to-head quick quiz and answer competition, where they write down their score on tablets and the top Participant in the winning team will be awarded the first prize. Each of the remaining Participants will each be awarded a consolation prize.
  21. Bot Support Competition: Judging and Judging Criteria:
    This is a live competition being held at London Bot Games Contests Site, and this Bot Support Competition takes place the 19 March 2019 11:30 am – 5:30 pm GMT. This is a competitive quiz challenge, with rapid round questions related to production support for robotic process automation ("RPA"). Participant's answers are to be judged by a panel of judges comprised of AAI developers and technical experts who are employees of AAI as well as RPA industry experts (the "Judges"). This Bot Support Competition will follow the process below and Judges will judge using the process and criteria described below.
    • Participants will be split into teams consisting of 6-8 Participants, and assigned to teams randomly using a randomized method such as lots or numbers will be done in a random manner. Questions will have designated point values associated with them. The question and point value will be displayed to the audience, the team who proceeds to press their buzzer the fastest indicating they know the correct answer to the question, will have the first opportunity to answer the question. If said team correctly answers, they gain the point value associated with the question and the amount is added to their cumulative team score. If they do not get the answer correct, their cumulative score will decrease by the point value associated with the question and the other teams have an opportunity to supply the correct answer.
    • Once the questions have been exhausted, the teams with the highest 3 scores enter into the final Bot Support round. The final round consists of one question, the category of which will be displayed to the teams and they are given the ability to wager a value up to their cumulative score amount on their predicted ability to answer the question correctly. After wagering, the question is displayed and the teams have 30 seconds to answer. Teams who answer correctly gain the wagered amount to their cumulative score. Alternatively, teams who answer the question incorrectly have the wagered amount reduced from their cumulative score. The highest cumulative score team wins the game.
    • The Participants in the winning team then compete against each other in a head-to-head quick quiz and answer competition, where they write down their score on tablets and the top Participant in the winning team will be awarded the first prize. Each of the remaining Participants will each be awarded a consolation prize.

B. Official Rules Continued

  1. Excluded Individuals: Subject to other restrictions as set out in these Official Rules, only those who at the time of entry are residents of the following countries may enter the Contest: Australia, Canada (excluding residents of the Province of Quebec), Germany, India, Japan, Singapore, United Kingdom, and the United States; those who are residents of any other counties are not eligible to participate. Employees, independent contractors, officers, directors, shareholders, members, managers, agents, or other representatives of AAI, and of each of its affiliates and related corporations and any Contest-related suppliers (all of collectively, the "Contest Entities") and the contest Judges, and any members of each such person's immediate family (spouses, parents, siblings, children and their spouses and in-laws) and persons living in the same household of such individuals (whether related or not) are not eligible to enter or win. Determination of whether you (a "Participant") are eligible shall be made in the reasonable determination of AAI consistent with these Official Rules, whose decisions shall be final and binding. AAI has the right to require at any time proof of identity and/or eligibility from the Participant. Failure to provide such proof within a reasonable period of time could result in disqualification.
  2. Void in Excluded Territories: THIS CONTEST IS VOID IN PUERTO RICO AND OTHER USA TERRITORIES (OTHER THAN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA), CUBA, SYRIA, IRAN, SUDAN, NORTH KOREA, THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC, AND IN ALL JURISDICTIONS WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW OR REGULATION (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO JURISDICTIONS WITH LAWS THAT WOULD REQUIRE REGISTRATION AND/OR TRUST ACCOUNT OR POSTING OF A BOND, OR ANY OTHER REQUIREMENTS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN SATISFIED), OR RESTRICTED OR TAXED BY LAW, AND VOID WHERE RESTRICTED BY INTERNAL BUSINESS OR COMPANY POLICY (COLLECTIVELY, "EXCLUDED TERRITORIES"). Residents of Excluded Territories are prohibited from entering or winning. THIS IS VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW.
  3. No Government Official or Restricted Party: Participants and their companies, if applicable, may not be a Restricted Party, meaning any person or entity that is: (a) an official or employee of any governmental entity as defined under any relevant anti-bribery, ethics or anti-corruption statute, law, regulation or convention; and (b) on the U.S. Department of Commerce Denied Person's List, Entity List or Unverified List; U.S. Department of the Treasury list of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons; or U.S. Department of State List of Debarred Parties.
  4. Terms of Submission: By making a Submission, each Participant warrants and represents that the Submission complies with the terms hereunder and the information in the Submission materials is true and correct in all material respects. Failure to comply with each of the above requirements will disqualify Participant. Your Submissions do not constitute consideration of any kind. At any time prior to the Submission Deadline, Participant may resubmit an amended Submission, which resubmission will be deemed the Submission for purposes of judging. For clarity, AAI will own all Submissions and resubmissions and this ownership will not lapse even if AAI does not exercise any rights in that ownership for a period of one (1) year from the date of submission, regardless of anything to the contrary under law (including, without limitation, under any applicable copyright laws). By submitting an entry, each Participant assigns any and all rights, including intellectual property rights, in the Submission to AAI and waives any moral right the Participant may have in such Submission.
    By entering, Participants agree to these terms and the decisions of AAI and the Judges, which shall be final and binding in all aspects as it relates to the Bot Games London Contests and any Submission. AAI has the right to disqualify any Submission and/or Participant that it determines in its sole discretion does not comply with these rules. Entry into any Bot Games London Contests does not constitute entry into any other AAI promotion, contest, or sweepstakes at any time. AAI reserves the right, in its sole discretion and acting reasonably, to modify, terminate or suspend the Bot Games London Contests. AAI further reserves the right to disqualify any Participant from the Bot Games London Contests if AAI determines, in its sole discretion and acting reasonably, that any Participant has acted improperly (or who is reasonably suspected of acting) in contravention of these terms. AAI is not responsible for computer system, phone line, hardware, software or program malfunctions, or other errors, failures or delays in computer transmissions, the website, or network connections that are human or technical in nature. AAI reserves the right, in its reasonably exercised discretion, to disqualify any Participant and his/her Submissions it finds to be tampering with the entry process, the website, or the operation of the Contest or to be acting in violation of these these terms or in disruptive manner.
  5. Reservation of Rights: Participants shall have no rights or licenses hereunder, express or implied, with respect to any intellectual property, software, hardware or information of AAI or any of its affiliates. All rights and licenses, title and interests not expressly granted in these terms are expressly reserved by AAI and its affiliates.
  6. Release: Each Participant represents and warrants that: (a) all rights to the Submission materials belong to such Participant, the Submission is original and the Submission does not and shall not infringe on any copyright or any other third party right nor violate any applicable law or regulation; (b) Participant has the right to grant any and all necessary rights and licenses provided herein, including without limitation, all necessary copyright and other related rights to Participant's Submission, free and clear of all claims and encumbrances without violating the rights of any person or entity, including any right to privacy or publicity; and, (c) each Participant hereby holds AAI and Contest Entities harmless from and against any third party claim arising from use of the Submission materials and waives any right to inspect or approve uses of your Submission or to be compensated for any such uses as is consistent with applicable law.
  7. Participant's Submission Materials: Participant agrees that AAI shall have the right and license to use, review, assess, evaluate or otherwise consider all Submission materials in connection with the Bot Games London Contests.
  8. RELEASE OF LIABILITY: BY PARTICIPATING IN THE CONTEST, AND EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, EACH PARTICIPANT AGREES THAT THE CONTEST ENTITIES AND EACH OF THEIR RESPECTIVE EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, MANAGERS, MEMBERS, RELATED FINANCIAL ENTITIES, AGENTS, REPRESENTATIVES, SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS (COLLECTIVELY "RELEASED PARTIES"), WILL HAVE NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR, AND WILL BE HELD HARMLESS BY PARTICIPANT FOR ANY LIABILITY FOR: (A) ANY BODILY INJURY, LOSS OR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND TO PERSONS, INCLUDING DEATH, AND TO PROPERTY, DUE IN WHOLE OR IN PART, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, FROM PARTICIPANT'S SUBMISSION, PARTICIPANT'S ACCEPTANCE, POSSESSION, USE OR MISUSE OF ANY PRIZE, IF APPLICABLE, OR PARTICIPATION IN ANY BOT GAMES LONDON CONTESTS OR IN ANY CONTEST OR RELATED ACTIVITY; OR (B) ANY CLAIMS INCLUDING, BY WAY OF EXAMPLE, CLAIMS BASED ON PUBLICITY RIGHTS, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, COMMERCIAL APPROPRIATION OF NAME AND LIKENESS, DEFAMATION AND/OR INVASION OF PRIVACY AND THE COLLECTION, USE AND/OR SHARING BY AAI OF PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION OF THE PARTICIPANTS, OR FOR ANY PRINTING, PRODUCTION, TYPOGRAPHICAL, HUMAN OR OTHER ERROR IN THE PRINTING, OFFERING OR ANNOUNCEMENT OF ANY WINNER. Participants hereby represent and warrant that they have read these Official Rules and are fully familiar with its contents. Each Participant agrees to indemnify Released Parties for any claims, actions, related damages, costs (including attorney fees and court costs), charges and judgments against Released Parties associated with rights and licenses granted AAI and its Affiliates hereunder or breach by such Participant of any such rights and licenses. Prior to being awarded any prize, the Participant may be required to sign a release document confirming his/her eligibility, compliance with these rules, the assignment of all intellectual property rights in the Submission to AAI and the grant of the release of liability hereunder. All prizes are ''as-is", without any warranty or guarantee by AAI of any kind, except as such is expressly prohibited by applicable law without any possibility of waiver.
  9. Privacy: Participants agree that personal data, including name, address and telephone number may be processed, stored and used as necessary for conducting the Contest. The data may also be used by AAI in order to check Participants' identity, postal address and telephone number or to otherwise verify Participants' eligibility to participate in the Bot Games London Contests. If a Participant wishes to access, update or correct any personal information, Participant should contact AAI through email at botgames@automationanywhere.com. A copy of AAI's Privacy Policy in relation to treatment of personal information may be obtained at https://www.automationanywhere.com/privacy, and shall apply except to the extent described herein.
  10. Severability; Headings; Waiver: If any one (1) or more provisions of these terms are held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity, illegality or unenforceability shall not affect the validity, effect or enforcement of any other provision or provisions of these terms. Headings and captions are used in these terms solely for convenience of reference, and shall not be deemed to affect, in any manner, the meaning or intent of these terms or any provision hereof. Failure of AAI to enforce any of these terms shall not constitute a waiver of any provision.
  11. Recourse & Remedies: All issues and questions concerning the construction, validity, interpretation and enforceability of these terms, Participant's rights and obligations or the rights and obligations of AAI or its Affiliates in connection with the Bot Games London Contests, shall be governed exclusively by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of the State of California, U.S., without giving effect to any choice of law or conflict of law rules (whether of California or any other jurisdiction), which would cause the application of the laws of any jurisdiction other than California. Participants agree that EXCEPT FOR VIOLATION OF ANY INDEMNITY STATED HEREIN, ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, JUDGMENTS, AND AWARDS SHALL BE LIMITED TO ACTUAL OUT-OF-POCKET COSTS INCURRED UP TO $500, INCLUDING COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH ENTERING THE BOT GEAMES LONDON CONTESTS BUT IN NO EVENT ATTORNEYS' FEES, AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL PARTICIPANT BE PERMITTED TO OBTAIN AWARDS FOR, AND PARTICIPANT HEREBY WAIVE ALL RIGHTS TO, ANY CLAIM; PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES; AND ANY OTHER DAMAGES, OTHER THAN THE AFOREMENTIONED OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES, AND ANY AND ALL RIGHTS TO HAVE DAMAGES MULTIPLIED OR OTHERWISE INCREASED. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE FOREGOING MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
  12. Copy of Rules. For all the duration of the Contest, these Official Rules will be made available on the following website https://www.automationanywhere.com/botgames-terms-and-conditions.
 

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Bot Games New York Contests – April 15, 2019

Official Rules

NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW.

BY PARTICIPATING IN THE APRIL 15, 2019 BOT GAMES NEW YORK ("BOT GAMES NEW YORK CONTESTS" OR "CONTESTS"), YOU AGREE TO COMPLY WITH ALL OF THE OFFICIAL RULES AND AGREE THAT THIS CONTRACT IS ENTERED INTO BY YOU AND AUTOMATION ANYWHERE, INC. ("AAI"). THESE ARE SKILL-BASED CONTESTS AND CHANCE PLAYS NO ROLE IN THE DETERMINATION OF THE WINNER. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH ANY OF THESE RULES, DO NOT PARTICIPATE OR SUBMIT AN ENTRY.

A. Our legal team asked us to make sure you're aware of the following:

  1. Contests: You're going to be entering up to two (2) skill-based contests - not a lottery or a random drawing. In this case, your coding skills matter, so bring 'em!
  2. Agreement to Official Rules: By participating, you agree to be fully bound by these Official Rules, and you represent and warrant that you meet the eligibility requirements set forth herein. In addition, you agree to accept the decisions of AAI as final and binding as it relates to the Bot Games New York Contests and your Submission. The Bot Games New York Contests are subject to all applicable laws, including federal, state and local laws and is void where prohibited.
  3. Ownership: To full extent permitted under applicable law, you agree to assign ownership to all of your submitted and resubmitted bots, submitted videos, and related materials that form part of the submission (the "Submissions") to AAI so that we can share your awesome work in our Bot Store or as AAI sees fit. If such assignment is not enforceable pursuant to applicable laws, you agree to grant AAI a perpetual, royalty free and exclusive license to use, reproduce, adapt and otherwise exploit all intellectual property rights in your Submissions. If the license contemplated above is not enforceable pursuant to applicable laws, you agree to grant AAI a perpetual, royalty free and non-exclusive license to use, reproduce, adapt and otherwise exploit all intellectual property rights in your Submissions. You further agree to sign all documents and take such steps as AAI considers reasonably necessary to give effect to the assignment or grant of license (as applicable) contemplated by this clause. All copyrights relating to the Submissions shall be assigned by you to AAI upon the submission and you hereby agrees not to exercise any moral rights relating to any of the Submissions.
  4. Eligibility: Anyone who as of the date of entry has reached the legal age majority where they live and is a resident of Australia, Canada (excluding residents of the Province of Quebec), Germany, India, Japan, Singapore, the United Kingdom, or the United States, except for employees of AAI and related parties, as explained more fully in Section B.1 below. Additionally, you must be present on April 15, 2019 from 11:30 am to 5:00 pm EST at the Bot Games New York event location. The event location is the Marriott Marquis, New York, located at 1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036.
  5. Language: All submissions must be made in the English language.
  6. Submission Instructions: Go to https://www.automationanywhere.com/botgames-home and follow the instructions stated there on how to register. Once you have registered you will receive an email providing further instructions, including instructions for the Bot Genius Contest, and how to submit bots.
  7. Multiple Submissions: You're welcome to submit as many bots as you'd like to the Bot Genius Contest. Each of the Bot Wars, Bot IQ, Bot Design, Bot Support Competition Contests will happen at the same time, so you may participate in only one of those Contests.
  8. Resubmissions: If you need to update your Bot Genius Contest Submission, you can resubmit it. The Judges will judge your most-recently submitted version as your final Submission. AAI will own any and all Submissions.
  9. Location of Contests. The will be held on April 15, 2019 from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm EST at Marriott Marquis, New York located at 1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036, ("New York Bot Games Site").
  10. Contest Period: Bot Genius Contest Submissions will be accepted online beginning on February 13, 2019 12:00 pm EST, and Participants must submit their bot to Automation Anywhere by March 29, 2019 5:00 pm EST. The Bot Games New York Contests on April 15 2019 from 11:30 am – 5:30 pm EST.
  11. Winning: You can win a maximum of one (1) prize each for any one (1) of the Bot Genius Contest and a maximum of one (1) prize for one (1) of the following Contests: Bot Wars, Bot IQ, Bot Design, Bot Support Competition Contests.
    1. Bot Genius Contest Winners: On or around April 15, 2019 5:00 EST, AAI will announce the winners at the Bot Games New York Site. You must be present to win.
    2. Bot Wars, Bot IQ, Bot Design, Bot Support Competition Contests Winners: On or around April 15, 2019 5:00 pm EST, AAI will announce the winners at the Bot Games New York Site. You must be present to win.
  12. Prizes and Value:
    1. Bot Genius Contest: The three (3) winning entries will each be awarded a prize with maximum values ("MRV") as follows: (i) A first place prize of $10,000 USD; (ii) a second place prize of $5,000 USD; and (iii) a third place prize of $3,000 USD.
    2. Bot Wars Contest: The three (3) winning entries will each be awarded a prize with maximum retail values ("MRV") as follows: (i) a first place prize of an iPhone X with a MRV $1,000 USD; (ii) a second place prize of an iPad Pro with an MRV $770 USD; and (iii) a third place prize of an Apple Watch with a MRV $500 USD.
    3. Bot IQ Contest: The three (3) winning entries will each be awarded a prize with maximum retail values ("MRV") as follows: (i) a first place prize of an iPhone X with a MRV $1,000 USD ; (ii) a second place prize of an iPad Pro with a MRV $770 USD; and (iii) a third place prize of an Apple Watch with an MRV $500 USD.
    4. Bot Design Contest: The top scoring Participant will be awarded a prize with maximum retail value ("MRV") as follows: (i) a first place prize of an iPhone X with an MRV $1,000 USD. In addition, a consolation prize, Google Home, MRV $100 USD, will be awarded to each of the remaining Participants in the top scoring team.
    5. Bot Support Competition Contest: The top scoring Participant will be awarded a prize with maximum retail value ("MRV") as follows: (i) first prize, iPhone X, a MRV $1,000 USD. In addition, a consolation price, Google Home, MRV $100 USD, will be awarded to each of the remaining Participants in the top scoring team.
  13. Bot Genius Contest Technical Requirements: Submissions can be a MetaBot (which includes .mbot and .dll files) or a TaskBot (which includes at least one .atmx file), or a combination of both MetaBot and TaskBots that can run on the Automation Anywhere Enterprise platform versions 10.5 or greater. You're strongly encouraged to include a test stub to verify the functionality of the bot.
  14. Bot Genius Contest Originality: The bots you submit or build must be original (you can't just download a bot and submit it).
  15. Bot Genius Contest Demo: Bot Genius Contest Participants are required to submit a video of their bot in action. The better the Judges understand your bot, the more likely it is that they will be able to accurately judge it.
  16. Bot Genius Contest Judging: Submissions will be judged by a panel of judges comprised of AAI developers and technical experts who are employees of AAI as well as RPA industry experts (the "Judges"). The Judges will judge Submissions using the criteria described below. There will be two (2) rounds of judging (general and finalist). The first judging round will be on March 29, 2019, and three (3) finalists will be selected during this first round of judging. The Judges will select the three (3) Participants with the highest scoring Submissions ("Finalists"). The Finalists will be notified by email of their selection on or around April 5, 2019. The Finalists will go on stage and present their developed bots during the final round of competition April 15, 2019. Based on their presentation and the Judging Criteria, the Judges will select a winner on April 15, 2019 5:00 pm EST.
  17. Bot Genius Judging Criteria: AAI will judge Bot Genius Contest Submissions using the following criteria:
    Each of the following five (5) judging criteria will be weighted at 20% each:
    How complex a problem or process does the automation address? Simple - 1
    Five Judging Criteria Definition Scoring
    1. Complexity How complex a problem or process does the automation address? Simple - 1 Complex - 5
    2. Comprehensiveness Does the automation comprehensively address the problem it sets to solve? Limited - 1 Comprehensive - 5
    3. Creativity Does the automation use creativity and ingenuity to solve a problem? Not very creative - 1 Very creative - 5
    4. Resiliency Does the automation adapt to changes in environment, or behavior? Limited resiliency - 1 Robust resiliency - 5
    5. Reusability Is the automation built with reusable modules (metabots)? Minimal reusability - 1 Highly reusable - 5
  18. Bot Wars Contest: Judging and Judging Criteria:
    This is a live competition being held at the New York Bot Games Site, and this Bot Wars Contest takes place on April 15, 2019 11:30 am – 5:30 pm EST. Participant's bots are to be judged by a panel of judges comprised of AAI developers and technical experts who are employees of AAI as well as RPA industry experts (the "Judges"). Participants will build bots with Automation Anywhere RPA software, and this competition consists of 3 levels, with each level having increased complexity and must be completed and passed. Each Participant's bots are to be judged and ranked on the following criteria: speed of bot build, accuracy of bots running each task, resilience of bots.
  19. Bot IQ Contest: Judging and Judging Criteria:
    This is a live competition being held at the New York Bot Games Site, and this Bot IQ Contest takes place on April 15, 2019 11:30 am – 5:30 pm EST. Participant's bots are to be judged by a panel of judges comprised of AAI developers and technical experts who are employees of AAI as well as RPA industry experts (the "Judges"). Participants will build bots with not only Automation Anywhere RPA software but also Automation Anywhere IQ Bot software. The winning Participant will the person who submits automation results with the fastest speed and 100% accuracy. And the second and third place winners will then be determined based upon their respective speed and accuracy. In case no Participant submits results with 100% accuracy, then the Participant who submits with the most accuracy, not speed, would be the first place winner, and the second and third place winners will then be determined by level of accuracy.
  20. Bot Design: Judging and Judging Criteria:
    This is a live competition being held at the New York Bot Games Site, and this Bot Design Contest takes place on April 15, 2019 11:30 am – 5:30 pm EST. This is a competitive quiz challenge, with rapid round questions based on the robotic process automation ("RPA") RPA industry and best practices in automation. Participant's answers are to be judged by a panel of judges comprised of AAI developers and technical experts who are employees of AAI as well as RPA industry experts (the "Judges"). This Bot Design contest will follow the process below and Judges will judge using the process and criteria described below.
    • Participants will be split into teams consisting of 6-8 Participants, and assigned to their respective teams randomly using a randomized method such as lots or numbers will be done in a random manner. Questions will have designated point values associated with them. The question and point value will be displayed to the audience, the team who proceeds to press their buzzer the fastest indicating they know the correct answer to the question, will have the first opportunity to answer the question. If said team correctly answers, they gain the point value associated with the question and the amount is added to their cumulative team score. If they do not get the answer correct, their cumulative score will decrease by the point value associated with the question and the other groups have an opportunity to supply the correct answer.
    • Once the questions have been exhausted, the teams with the highest 3 scores enter into the final Bot Design round. The final round consists of one question, the category of which will be displayed to the teams and they are given the ability to wager a value up to their cumulative score amount on their predicted ability to answer the question correctly. After wagering, the question is displayed and the teams have 30 seconds to answer. Teams who answer correctly gain the wagered amount to their cumulative score. Alternatively, teams who answer the question incorrectly have the wagered amount reduced from their cumulative score. The highest cumulative score team wins the game.
    • The Participants in the winning team then compete against each other in a head-to-head quick quiz and answer competition, where they write down their score on tablets and the top Participant in the winning team will be awarded the first prize. Each of the remaining Participants will each be awarded a consolation prize.
  21. Bot Support Competition: Judging and Judging Criteria:
    This is a live competition being held at New York Bot Games Contests Site, and this Bot Support Competition takes place the April 15, 2019 11:30 am – 5:30 pm EST. This is a competitive quiz challenge, with rapid round questions related to production support for robotic process automation ("RPA"). Participant's answers are to be judged by a panel of judges comprised of AAI developers and technical experts who are employees of AAI as well as RPA industry experts (the "Judges"). This Bot Support Competition will follow the process below and Judges will judge using the process and criteria described below.
    • Participants will be split into teams consisting of 6-8 Participants, and assigned to teams randomly using a randomized method such as lots or numbers will be done in a random manner. Questions will have designated point values associated with them. The question and point value will be displayed to the audience, the team who proceeds to press their buzzer the fastest indicating they know the correct answer to the question, will have the first opportunity to answer the question. If said team correctly answers, they gain the point value associated with the question and the amount is added to their cumulative team score. If they do not get the answer correct, their cumulative score will decrease by the point value associated with the question and the other teams have an opportunity to supply the correct answer.
    • Once the questions have been exhausted, the teams with the highest 3 scores enter into the final Bot Support round. The final round consists of one question, the category of which will be displayed to the teams and they are given the ability to wager a value up to their cumulative score amount on their predicted ability to answer the question correctly. After wagering, the question is displayed and the teams have 30 seconds to answer. Teams who answer correctly gain the wagered amount to their cumulative score. Alternatively, teams who answer the question incorrectly have the wagered amount reduced from their cumulative score. The highest cumulative score team wins the game.
    • The Participants in the winning team then compete against each other in a head-to-head quick quiz and answer competition, where they write down their score on tablets and the top Participant in the winning team will be awarded the first prize. Each of the remaining Participants will each be awarded a consolation prize.

B. Official Rules Continued

  1. Excluded Individuals: Subject to other restrictions as set out in these Official Rules, only those who at the time of entry are residents of the following countries may enter the Contest: Australia, Canada (excluding residents of the Province of Quebec), Germany, India, Japan, Singapore, United Kingdom, and the United States; those who are residents of any other counties are not eligible to participate. Employees, independent contractors, officers, directors, shareholders, members, managers, agents, or other representatives of AAI, and of each of its affiliates and related corporations and any Contest-related suppliers (all of collectively, the "Contest Entities") and the contest Judges, and any members of each such person's immediate family (spouses, parents, siblings, children and their spouses and in-laws) and persons living in the same household of such individuals (whether related or not) are not eligible to enter or win. Determination of whether you (a "Participant") are eligible shall be made in the reasonable determination of AAI consistent with these Official Rules, whose decisions shall be final and binding. AAI has the right to require at any time proof of identity and/or eligibility from the Participant. Failure to provide such proof within a reasonable period of time could result in disqualification.
  2. Void in Excluded Territories: THIS CONTEST IS VOID IN PUERTO RICO AND OTHER USA TERRITORIES (OTHER THAN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA), CUBA, SYRIA, IRAN, SUDAN, NORTH KOREA, THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC, AND IN ALL JURISDICTIONS WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW OR REGULATION (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO JURISDICTIONS WITH LAWS THAT WOULD REQUIRE REGISTRATION AND/OR TRUST ACCOUNT OR POSTING OF A BOND, OR ANY OTHER REQUIREMENTS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN SATISFIED), OR RESTRICTED OR TAXED BY LAW, AND VOID WHERE RESTRICTED BY INTERNAL BUSINESS OR COMPANY POLICY (COLLECTIVELY, "EXCLUDED TERRITORIES"). Residents of Excluded Territories are prohibited from entering or winning. THIS IS VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW.
  3. No Government Official or Restricted Party: Participants and their companies, if applicable, may not be a Restricted Party, meaning any person or entity that is: (a) an official or employee of any governmental entity as defined under any relevant anti-bribery, ethics or anti-corruption statute, law, regulation or convention; and (b) on the U.S. Department of Commerce Denied Person's List, Entity List or Unverified List; U.S. Department of the Treasury list of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons; or U.S. Department of State List of Debarred Parties.
  4. Terms of Submission: By making a Submission, each Participant warrants and represents that the Submission complies with the terms hereunder and the information in the Submission materials is true and correct in all material respects. Failure to comply with each of the above requirements will disqualify Participant. Your Submissions do not constitute consideration of any kind. At any time prior to the Submission Deadline, Participant may resubmit an amended Submission, which resubmission will be deemed the Submission for purposes of judging. For clarity, AAI will own all Submissions and resubmissions and this ownership will not lapse even if AAI does not exercise any rights in that ownership for a period of one (1) year from the date of submission, regardless of anything to the contrary under law (including, without limitation, under any applicable copyright laws). By submitting an entry, each Participant assigns any and all rights, including intellectual property rights, in the Submission to AAI and waives any moral right the Participant may have in such Submission.
    By entering, Participants agree to these terms and the decisions of AAI and the Judges, which shall be final and binding in all aspects as it relates to the Bot Games New York Contests and any Submission. AAI has the right to disqualify any Submission and/or Participant that it determines in its sole discretion does not comply with these rules. Entry into any Bot Games New York Contests does not constitute entry into any other AAI promotion, contest, or sweepstakes at any time. AAI reserves the right, in its sole discretion and acting reasonably, to modify, terminate or suspend the Bot Games New York Contests. AAI further reserves the right to disqualify any Participant from the Bot Games New York Contests if AAI determines, in its sole discretion and acting reasonably, that any Participant has acted improperly (or who is reasonably suspected of acting) in contravention of these terms. AAI is not responsible for computer system, phone line, hardware, software or program malfunctions, or other errors, failures or delays in computer transmissions, the website, or network connections that are human or technical in nature. AAI reserves the right, in its reasonably exercised discretion, to disqualify any Participant and his/her Submissions it finds to be tampering with the entry process, the website, or the operation of the Contest or to be acting in violation of these these terms or in disruptive manner.
  5. Reservation of Rights: Participants shall have no rights or licenses hereunder, express or implied, with respect to any intellectual property, software, hardware or information of AAI or any of its affiliates. All rights and licenses, title and interests not expressly granted in these terms are expressly reserved by AAI and its affiliates.
  6. Release: Each Participant represents and warrants that: (a) all rights to the Submission materials belong to such Participant, the Submission is original and the Submission does not and shall not infringe on any copyright or any other third party right nor violate any applicable law or regulation; (b) Participant has the right to grant any and all necessary rights and licenses provided herein, including without limitation, all necessary copyright and other related rights to Participant's Submission, free and clear of all claims and encumbrances without violating the rights of any person or entity, including any right to privacy or publicity; and, (c) each Participant hereby holds AAI and Contest Entities harmless from and against any third party claim arising from use of the Submission materials and waives any right to inspect or approve uses of your Submission or to be compensated for any such uses as is consistent with applicable law.
  7. Participant's Submission Materials: Participant agrees that AAI shall have the right and license to use, review, assess, evaluate or otherwise consider all Submission materials in connection with the Bot Games New York Contests.
  8. RELEASE OF LIABILITY: BY PARTICIPATING IN THE CONTEST, AND EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, EACH PARTICIPANT AGREES THAT THE CONTEST ENTITIES AND EACH OF THEIR RESPECTIVE EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, MANAGERS, MEMBERS, RELATED FINANCIAL ENTITIES, AGENTS, REPRESENTATIVES, SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS (COLLECTIVELY "RELEASED PARTIES"), WILL HAVE NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR, AND WILL BE HELD HARMLESS BY PARTICIPANT FOR ANY LIABILITY FOR: (A) ANY BODILY INJURY, LOSS OR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND TO PERSONS, INCLUDING DEATH, AND TO PROPERTY, DUE IN WHOLE OR IN PART, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, FROM PARTICIPANT'S SUBMISSION, PARTICIPANT'S ACCEPTANCE, POSSESSION, USE OR MISUSE OF ANY PRIZE, IF APPLICABLE, OR PARTICIPATION IN ANY BOT GAMES NEW YORK CONTESTS OR IN ANY CONTEST OR RELATED ACTIVITY; OR (B) ANY CLAIMS INCLUDING, BY WAY OF EXAMPLE, CLAIMS BASED ON PUBLICITY RIGHTS, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, COMMERCIAL APPROPRIATION OF NAME AND LIKENESS, DEFAMATION AND/OR INVASION OF PRIVACY AND THE COLLECTION, USE AND/OR SHARING BY AAI OF PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION OF THE PARTICIPANTS, OR FOR ANY PRINTING, PRODUCTION, TYPOGRAPHICAL, HUMAN OR OTHER ERROR IN THE PRINTING, OFFERING OR ANNOUNCEMENT OF ANY WINNER. Participants hereby represent and warrant that they have read these Official Rules and are fully familiar with its contents. Each Participant agrees to indemnify Released Parties for any claims, actions, related damages, costs (including attorney fees and court costs), charges and judgments against Released Parties associated with rights and licenses granted AAI and its Affiliates hereunder or breach by such Participant of any such rights and licenses. Prior to being awarded any prize, the Participant may be required to sign a release document confirming his/her eligibility, compliance with these rules, the assignment of all intellectual property rights in the Submission to AAI and the grant of the release of liability hereunder. All prizes are ''as-is", without any warranty or guarantee by AAI of any kind, except as such is expressly prohibited by applicable law without any possibility of waiver.
  9. Privacy: Participants agree that personal data, including name, address and telephone number may be processed, stored and used as necessary for conducting the Contest. The data may also be used by AAI in order to check Participants' identity, postal address and telephone number or to otherwise verify Participants' eligibility to participate in the Bot Games New York Contests. If a Participant wishes to access, update or correct any personal information, Participant should contact AAI through email at botgames@automationanywhere.com. A copy of AAI's Privacy Policy in relation to treatment of personal information may be obtained at https://www.automationanywhere.com/privacy, and shall apply except to the extent described herein.
  10. Severability; Headings; Waiver: If any one (1) or more provisions of these terms are held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity, illegality or unenforceability shall not affect the validity, effect or enforcement of any other provision or provisions of these terms. Headings and captions are used in these terms solely for convenience of reference, and shall not be deemed to affect, in any manner, the meaning or intent of these terms or any provision hereof. Failure of AAI to enforce any of these terms shall not constitute a waiver of any provision.
  11. Recourse & Remedies: All issues and questions concerning the construction, validity, interpretation and enforceability of these terms, Participant's rights and obligations or the rights and obligations of AAI or its Affiliates in connection with the Bot Games New York Contests, shall be governed exclusively by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of the State of California, U.S., without giving effect to any choice of law or conflict of law rules (whether of California or any other jurisdiction), which would cause the application of the laws of any jurisdiction other than California. Participants agree that EXCEPT FOR VIOLATION OF ANY INDEMNITY STATED HEREIN, ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, JUDGMENTS, AND AWARDS SHALL BE LIMITED TO ACTUAL OUT-OF-POCKET COSTS INCURRED UP TO $500, INCLUDING COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH ENTERING THE BOT GEAMES NEW YORK CONTESTS BUT IN NO EVENT ATTORNEYS' FEES, AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL PARTICIPANT BE PERMITTED TO OBTAIN AWARDS FOR, AND PARTICIPANT HEREBY WAIVE ALL RIGHTS TO, ANY CLAIM; PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES; AND ANY OTHER DAMAGES, OTHER THAN THE AFOREMENTIONED OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES, AND ANY AND ALL RIGHTS TO HAVE DAMAGES MULTIPLIED OR OTHERWISE INCREASED. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE FOREGOING MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
  12. Copy of Rules. For all the duration of the Contest, these Official Rules will be made available on the following website https://www.automationanywhere.com/botgames-terms-and-conditions.