Documentation / Submission Instructions
To join a tournament, you will need to push your Docker image to a public registry and upload it to the Submissions page.
You can use any public registry. Follow instructions below for Docker Hub:
Make sure your agent has a GAME_CONNECTION_STRING as an environment variable (and not as a hard-coded string).
const gameConnectionString = process.env["GAME_CONNECTION_STRING"] uri = os.environ.get( 'GAME_CONNECTION_STRING')
You can check that your agent is production-ready by switching your agent services in
docker-compose.yml for services provided in
base-compose.yml that do not have the
-dev label. These services do not mount your host volume to the container and are therefore more representative of a production-ready build.
If it builds correctly with
docker-compose up it should be OK to submit.
If you haven't already, create a free Docker Hub account here. Login from your terminal using the command
Navigate to the working directory containing your agent's Dockerfile. Then run in your terminal:
docker build . -t my-dockerhub-username/my-repo-name docker push my-dockerhub-username/my-repo-name
You will see output similar to:
> docker push my-dockerhub-username/my-repo-name Using default tag: latest #### ↓ ~~~~~~ SUBMIT THIS ~~~~~~ ↓ #### The push refers to repository [docker.io/my-dockerhub-username/my-repo-name] b972422d72dd: Pushed c1ee23f20937: Pushed ...
Upload the public registry link to the Submissions → page. If you have submitted correctly, you will see the message "Successfully pulled image".