Homeschool Online organizes a competition for all Minecraft players. Information, registration and final results can be found on this page.
The theme of the competition is Survive Apocalypse. In the final round, players will have the opportunity to build a bunker for survivors of apocalypse.
Here is a sample gallery for Mine.On 2021.
Registration for Mine.On 2022 is close now.
- Individual juniors: 9 – 13 years
- Individual senior: 14 – 18 years
Conditions of registration
- The contest is open to all Homeschool Online students and their friends. This means that you must have an invitation from a Homeschool Online student to register.
- Participants can be at any player level and must be 9 – 18 years old.
- It is possible to register in both editions – Java or Bedrock.
- Registration takes place from 17/1/2022 to 28/01/2022 (midnight).
Upon completion of registration, you will be contacted by email and invited for a short joint online call where you will be able to get to know everyone, clarify questions and parents or caregivers will be able to confirm registration for everyone under the age of 13.
Schedule of the competition
- Registration: 17/01/2022 – 28/01/2022
- Survivor camp: 31/01/2022 – 06/02/2022
- Apocalyptic town: 07/02/2022 – 13/02/2022
- Final – The Bunker: 14/02/2022 – 20/02/2022
Maps and tasks for each round will be published at the beginning of each round.
Course of the competition
- The competition will have 2 rounds and in each of them the participants will complete 1 task, these two tasks will be followed by the final round.
- Each round will last one week and instructions will be available on the day of the start.
- Official maps will be uploaded on the contest realm server. All Players will get access based on their user name.
- The organizers reserve the right to modify the conditions of the rounds.
- Maps will be downloaded from the server for the review on Sunday midnight.
- The submitted builds will be assessed on the basis of a set of criteria on a point scale 0 to 10.
- The results will be published after each round on the competition website.
- There is no teams allowed in the first two rounds.
- Participants can use any resources to complete tasks, but they must not directly copy the solution.
- Participants are allow to use only components of Vanilla Minecraft (no mods, extensions etc.)
- We welcome recordings of the performance in videos or photos (screenshot).
- Up-to-date information will be available on the competition website.
- The organizers reserve the right to change the information provided on the competition website at any time.
Questions can be asked via a chat open to all participants, here on the site in the comments or on the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The competition is prepared for you by Boris Turek, Adam Češpiva and David Yilma.