Build a Rocket League Bot for Offline Play with Python
Learn to code Python while having fun at Skillquest’s Rocket League bot coding camp. In this coding camp, students learn how to create a bot that plays Rocket League using Python.
Language: Python (popular language for Web Applications, Data Science, and Machine Learning)
Skill Level: Beginner–Intermediate
Format: Virtual Coding Camp
Class Length: 1 Week, 2 Hours Daily
Running a bot with Python
Directing and controlling the bot's car
Position-based decision making
Rocket League strategy
Own a custom Rocket League bot
Ability to get certified as an RL Bot Python Developer with RLBot.org
Ability to enter RL Bot competitions
Self-Taught Software Developer
Corbin is a professional software engineer with 8 years of experience building full-stack applications. He thought learning to code was boring until he found a good online program and a motivating project, and his passion is helping others to succeed in the same way. Corbin got his first job in software after a few months of working on guided personal projects, without needing a computer science degree.
Classes, Courses, and Camps Taught
Python: Rocket League Bot
Node.js: Build a Discord Bot
In this RL Bot coding camp, Skillquest students will learn Python programming and how to run a bot that can play Rocket League through hands-on projects taught by an industry expert. Students will learn through classroom-style teaching, e-learning, and by building the project themselves.
Here is what your students will expect during a typical week at the Python Coding Camp. Progress varies by student, so this is the general overview of the student experience and program material.
Students will learn Python basics and how to run their first bot.
Students will learn Rocket League strategy and how to command their bot.
Students will run their bots through a practice competition.
Students will put their bot to the test and compete against other students’ bots.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do participants need to know how to code?
No! The camp is designed for beginner-to-intermediate coders. Anyone can start learning today with zero knowledge about Python.
A few hours doesn't seem like a lot of time, how are people building bots that fast?
We jump-start the process with a Python framework that learners can use, and show them how to add features. They still get all the benefits of learning to code.