This is the prize page for the RSAC Supply Chain Sandbox QuadBlockQuiz contests. See Contest Rules for more information on contest rules.
The contest was kicked off live in the Sandbox with the QuadBlockQuiz Celebrity Challenge. Two Celebrities moved on to the Finals: last year's champion ("anonymous" which turns out is not a unique handle and shouldn't be used in future since it won't show on final results) with a score of 17,294, and famous author Yoogies with a score of 11,736.
The RSAC QuadBlockQuiz Open is now in progress. There is both a physical (i.e. in the Sandbox) and virtual contest. Contestants from either become eligible for the RSAC QuadBlockQuiz Finals in the Sandbox on Thursday June at 2PM Pacific. But more slots for Sandbox so stop by Moscone South 203 and play in the Sandbox.
Prizes include signed copies of Souni Yu's new book. The grand prize is a private Cocktail Session via Zoom with Mixologist/Sommelier Chantal Tseng. This will include an in depth demo of three recipes catered to your favorite novel or other source of group inspiration. Chantal will provide advance recipes and a tool list for your unlimited number of guests who are then encouraged to make the drinks alongside and ask questions along the way. Class runs usually one to one and half hours long. Note the prize includes the recipes and the instruction but participants must purchase their own alcohol and ingredients.
One lucky person will win designer cocktail party. The prize goes to ELIGIBLE person with the highest score during the finals (see rules).
One lucky person will win a signed copy of Sounil Yu's new book. The prize goes to ELIGIBLE person with the the most bricks in a game during the finals (see rules).
One lucky person will win a signed copy of Sounil Yu's new book. The prize goes to ELIGIBLE person who answers the most trivia questions in the game DURING THE CONTEST (see rules).
One lucky person will win a signed copy of Sounil Yu's new book. The prize goes to ELIGIBLE person who meets a suprise criteria DURING THE CONTEST (see rules). In the past, the surpise criteria was a random selection. Another time it was for finding a new bug in the game. Or it might be used when there is a tie. Or it could even be for the most creative handle. Or it might be some other criteria.