Submission Instructions
To submit your agent to the tournament server, you will need to push your Docker image to a public registry and upload your link to the Submissions page.
We will pull the latest image directly from the registry.
You can use any public registry. Follow instructions below for Docker Hub:

Step 1: Check your connection and production build

Make sure your agent has a GAME_CONNECTION_STRING as an environment variable (and not as a hard-coded string).
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const gameConnectionString = process.env["GAME_CONNECTION_STRING"]
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uri = os.environ.get(
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'GAME_CONNECTION_STRING')
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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. More info on how to do this here.
If it builds correctly with docker-compose up it should be OK to submit.

Step 2: Set up Docker Hub

If you haven't already, create a free Docker Hub account here.
Login from your terminal using the command docker login.

Step 3: Push the image to Docker Hub

Navigate to the working directory containing your agent's Dockerfile. Then run in your terminal:
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docker build . -t my-dockerhub-username/my-repo-name
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docker push my-dockerhub-username/my-repo-name
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You will see output similar to:
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> docker push my-dockerhub-username/my-repo-name
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Using default tag: latest
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#### ↓ ~~~~~~ SEND US THIS LINK ~~~~~~ ↓ ####
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The push refers to repository [docker.io/my-dockerhub-username/my-repo-name]
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b972422d72dd: Pushed
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c1ee23f20937: Pushed
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Upload the public registry link to the Submissions page.
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