On September 30, the Transport and Telecommunication Institute (TSI) hosted the “What? Where? When?” intellectual games, in which anyone from anywhere in the world could test their knowledge by answering their team’s questions within a few minutes. This year the games were held both in person and online, which has never happened before, but the main competition still took place within the walls of the TSI.
The games are played in several rounds and are open to pupils, students and adults – parents, teachers, coaches, etc. To take part you need to form a team of 6 people and be prepared to answer a question within 1 minute. It is a great opportunity to spend your free time in an interesting and informative way and learn a lot.
There will be three championships: the Students’ Championship (any team of students or other secondary school students may participate), the Students’ League (open to all young people born on or after 01.09.1997), and the Riga Open Championship which is open to all comers.
The Mind Games are supported by the Transport and Telecommunication Institute (TSI), a leading private university in the field of engineering, which implements educational programs in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fields and supports the promotion of science in society.
The schedule of game tournaments will be published on the website. Participation is free for pupils and students. For others, it is 3 to 5 Eur, regardless of participation format. Please note that you must present your Covid-19 certificate before the live games. A mask covering your nose and mouth must also be worn when in the TSI public areas.