16 teams compete in BKLYN Robotics League tournament for chance at citywide championship

The winners will compete in FIRST NYC’s championship event.

News 12 Staff

Feb 3, 2024, 7:01 PM

Updated 106 days ago


Sixteen teams from libraries across the five boroughs competed in a robotics tournament on Saturday at the Central Library in Brooklyn.
Over 100 young people between the ages of nine and 17 spent four months designing, coding and programming robots to compete in the tournament.
The winners will compete in a citywide championship.
The tournament is part of the BKLYN Robotics League.

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