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TwilioQuest Tuesdays on Twitch

Join us every Tuesday at 9am PT on the TwilioQuest Twitch channel 

Every week we feature fun educational content including creating art or code for TwilioQuest, talking about our Institutional Education program, talking with special guests, and playing educational video games!

Monthly Schedule:

1st Tuesday - Art Stream: join TQ artist, Kerrie Lake, creating the TQ aesthetic and answering your questions about creating pixel art, game maps, animations, and more!

2nd Tuesday - Play Stream: join TQ team members and guests as we play through and chat about educational games!

3rd Tuesday - Developer Stream: join TQ lead developer, Ryan Kubik, creating the TQ code base and answering your questions about existing and upcoming game content and making your own custom extensions!

4th Tuesday - Education Stream: join developer educator, Joe Nash, for discussion topics around all things developer education!

Create your own TwilioQuest operation!

Head over to your Operator Console (you'll need to create an account). From here you can create and manage Adventure Teams and Operations.

Operations allow you to create your own TwilioQuest events!

Give your event a name, start and end times, and you're ready to host!

The Console will automatically create a scoreboard and unique join code which players can use to opt into the event.

You're also able to manage permissions for players and teams wanting to participate in your event from the Console.

You can choose to allow all players and teams to automatically join or to require approval before showing up on your scoreboard. Approving requests to join and the ability to ban players from your event is also managed here.


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Check out more TwilioQuest content on the Youtube channel

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Looking for help?

Our F.A.Q. page may be just what you need! It contains a list of recurring questions we've compiled from members of the community.

Can we tell you when TwilioQuest gets better?

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