FSND has launched a competition for students from New Zealand to create gambling games that have a bias for mathematics. The launch, which is created for students with a speciality in designing and programming, has been done with the objective of implementing the knowledge that the students have gained in real games that will eventually be published on the FSND website. The challenge is meant to motivate the students to build their own startups and make use of the skills they have acquired in their design and programming studies.The competition scheduled to run through to December 2017 will take place in several regions of New Zealand. The cities will include: ➢     Wellington which will host the finals ➢     Aukland ➢     Napier ➢     Tauranga ➢     Hastings ➢     New Plymouth Who Can Take Part in Competition? The competition will be open to students of programming and design in New Zealand. Students who have studied for a Bachelor in Software Engineering (Game Programming) and students who have studied art and design. These students will work in collaboration to create beautiful games that will incorporate mathematics in them. Students of mathematics and physics will also be an asset because of the immense mathematical knowledge   Read more…