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The MikesBikes World Champs (MWC) is an annual competition run by Smartsims every December and is an opportunity for the best performing MikesBikes students from around the world to compete for the title of MikesBikes World Champion.
Last December, the 2018 MikesBikes World Champs concluded with Whatever-Go from University of Auckland winning first place! Big congratulations to Wiput Tantulaphongse, Yijing Tang, Meiyicong Lin, Zhen Peng and Fengkai Han for this outstanding achievement! They have managed to achieve the second highest Shareholder Value from the past 9 MikesBikes World Champs!
In second place, we have Swan from De Anza College with Makysm Chernenko and in third place, we have NGUYEN Inc with Nguyen Pham from Selkirk College. Incredible work, well done!
Our winners had the following to say:
First Place Winner: Whatever-Go from University of Auckland with Wiput Tantulaphongse, Yijing Tang, Meiyicong Lin, Zhen Peng and Fengkai Han
“This is one of the best activities we have done so far throughout the course. We had fun in the course and found that in MikesBikes World Champs is far more challenging because of the additional rules such as the limitation of numbers of development in a roll.”
Second Place Winner: Swan from De Anza College with Makysm Chernenko
“I believe MikesBikes game is a must have experience for every student majored in Business. It gives amazing possibilities for everyone to implement their own strategies on the highest level and check outcomes most of us will never get in real life.”
Makysm has also been featured in their college’s News page. You can check it out here.
Third Place Winner: NGUYEN Inc from Selkirk College with Nguyen Pham
“I would love to say thanks to the Smartsims Business Simulations for organizing the MikesBikes World Championship, so I had a chance to compete with other students from other Universities and Colleges around the world and learn from them as well.”
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the competition! It was incredible to see the students' progress after each rollover! It shows that they were able to apply everything they've learned in class in the simulation. They have carried their team and their school with pride.