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Last Updated: 5/01/2020

Congratulations to Koh Jia Shun, Mu Alpha, UCSI University – Kuala Lumpur for winning the World Championship!
The runner up is Evan Hoffman, Beta Epsilon, University of Michigan!
It was an amazing journey for us all.

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Our HKN Regional Tetris Contestants Are…

Evan Hoffman, Beta Epsilon, University of Michigan
Yvonne Yeh, Beta Mu, Georgia Institute of Technology
Alexander Lum, Delta Omega, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Gabriel Paree-Huff, Epsilon Eta, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Marco Vinai, Mu Nu, Politecnico Di Torino
Koh Jia Shun, Mu Alpha, UCSI University – Kuala Lumpur
Alex Hong, Sigma, Carnegie-Mellon University
Alice Balashova, HKN Staff Team

Chapter Competition

This competition was for Chapter members only. Individuals were given 7 days to play one game that each was willing to report. The time frame to play ONE game was from
12:01 a.m. (ET) on 27 March  to 11:59 p.m. (ET) on 3 April 2020. You are more than welcome to play more than one game, however, only ONE report was needed to receive a prize. Please see the prizing breakdown below.

Please follow the directions on how to set up a lobby and invite your members. We recommend doing a few test rounds for everyone to have a good grasp of controls.

The winner from each participating HKN Chapter will then move on to the online Regional Competition.

How to Play

Chapters have 7 days to set up a day and a time that works for everyone. Chapters can set up multiple dates to practice and play, but all players must be available, and only one session can be recorded.  Students are able to play within the time that the leader has the lobby open.

Awards/Prizing

Chapter Winners
US $10 off coupon for HKN’s online store
Personal certificate

Regional Winners
US $25 off coupon for HKN’s online store
Photos of each winner to be displayed on the HKN website
Regional winners will receive a certificate for their Chapter of induction to display on its website and social media.

Submit Your Highest Scoring Game Here