Ekaterina Trivaylo, general manager of Double U Expo, the operator of the championship, noted that they collected more than 190 applications this year and 58 of them were selected. Shadayev also praised the level of organization of the event and emphasized that the city of Perm has every chance of becoming a good platform for future “Robot Wars”.

58 teams from Russia, India, Kazakhstan, China and Turkey participated in the second stage of the “Robot War” and the competition continues. The last 16 semi-finalists will then go to Moscow for the finals. The total prize fund of the championship is 6 million rubles.

Source: Ferra

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