National Taiwan Science Education Center, Taipei


Sumo Robot Basic

Sumo Family

Sumo Robot Junior

Sumo Robot Senior

Sumo Robot Junior x2

Sumo Robot Senior x2

Sumo Robot Open

Sumo Robot Open RC

Sumo Robot STEM

Football 4×4

Ball Fighting RC

Hit the Ball Junior

Hit the Ball Senior

Move the Can Junior

Move the Can Senior

Shoot the Ball

iBEAM Line Junior

iBEAM Line Senior

Programable Line Junior

Programmable Line Senior

Rescue robot

Incredible Machine

Innovative robot – SDGs (junior)

Innovative robot – SDGs (senior)



Fostering Knowledge with Science, Technology, and Education through WRG® Robot Games

Our mission is to help young people develop their creativity and problem-solving skills in a fun and engaging way. We do this by organizing robotics competitions in six different robotics games for students aged 8-19 years.

World Robot Games® Association is an independent non-profit organization. All revenue from sponsorships and fees is invested in support of our mission, which is to promote robotics in STEM education worldwide.

World Robot Games 2023 Taipei now welcomes INEX robotics, Lego, Vex, Arduino, Cagebot and DIY homebrew robotics to come and participate! Embrace the thrill of competition, forge international connections, and let your robots pave the way to victory. Join us and be a part of this epic showdown!

View all captivating videos showcasing robot competitions in every category of WRG at :

Robotics for Sustainable Development Goals

Robotics is revolutionizing our approach to achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by offering innovative solutions that are both efficient and sustainable. With their ability to automate tasks, collect data, and operate in challenging environments, robots are becoming valuable allies in our quest for a more sustainable future.

In agriculture, robots equipped with sensors and artificial intelligence are enhancing crop management, reducing waste, and promoting sustainable farming practices, thereby aligning with SDG 2 (Zero Hunger) and SDG 15 (Life on Land). These technologies are increasing food production while minimizing environmental impact.

In the realm of clean energy, robots are optimizing the production and maintenance of renewable energy sources, contributing to SDG 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy). They can perform routine inspections of solar panels or wind turbines, ensuring optimal efficiency and prolonging their lifespan.

In healthcare, robotic surgical systems are improving precision and reducing the invasiveness of procedures, thus advancing SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-being). Telemedicine robots are also expanding access to medical services in remote areas, promoting equitable healthcare access.

Robots play a pivotal role in disaster response and recovery efforts, aiding in search and rescue missions and providing critical support during humanitarian crises. This aligns with SDG 11 (Sustainable Cities and Communities) and SDG 16 (Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions).

Moreover, robotics is making strides in environmental conservation by monitoring and protecting fragile ecosystems, supporting SDG 14 (Life Below Water) and SDG 15 (Life on Land). Autonomous underwater vehicles and drones are invaluable tools for studying and preserving our oceans and forests.

Furthermore, robots contribute significantly to managing water resources and waste efficiently, which contributes to SDG 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation) and SDG 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production). They can purify water, optimize distribution systems, and enhance recycling processes.

As we look to the future, integrating robotics into sustainable development initiatives will continue to unlock new opportunities for progress. However, addressing ethical, social, and economic considerations is essential to ensure that the benefits of robotics are accessible to all. This will help us build a more sustainable and inclusive world in line with the SDGs.


Standard Package

per Participant and Observer

  • Transportation (Taoyuan Airport transfer)

  • Accommodation (Check-in on the 16th for 3 nights including Breakfast)

  • Souvenirs

  • Meals (covers 2 lunches and 2 dinners)

  • Unlimited Games*

  • Banquet Dinner (with Awards on 18th of November)

Starter Package

per Participant

  • Includes all items provided in the Standard plan.

  • iBeam Line Tracing Robot Kit for Offical Games in WRG 2023

  • Online Tutorials provided in English

  • Class recording and replay

  • Individual Mentor advise

Plus Package

per Participant and Observer

  • Includes all items provided in the Standard plan.

  • Pop32i Sumo Robot Kit for Official Games in WRG 2023

  • Online Tutorials provided in English

  • Class recording and replay

  • Individual Mentor advise

Contact your local representative

For other countries interested in joining, kindly register with our headquarters in Singapore or Click here


Contact :

Yohanes kurnia

Robopark Indonbesia

Pluit Village Mall 2nd floor, Pluit, Kec. Penjaringan, Jkt Utara, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 14450
Tel : +62 81375631889
Email :


Contact :

Data Science and Technology Corporation, Miss. Jsephine Pnky Legaspi



Contact :

Genexis Technologies
47 Lorong Ong Lye Singapore 536419
Tel : +65-98173531
Email :


Contact :

Innovative Experiment Co., Ltd.
Mr. Chaiwat Limpornchitwilai


Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Contact :

V7 Idea Technology Ltd.


Louis Chuang /
Irene Chen /

Organizing Committee


Event Organizer

Travel Agency


National Taiwan Science Education Center, Taipei
(South-Wing Exhibition Hall, 7th floor)

Thank you video Introduction of NTSEC from Get Up. Get Out. Get Gone.

The National Taiwan Science Education Center is an educational center in Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan.

The mission of the center is to promote the teaching of applied science throughout Taiwan.