|University||Team Name||Final Account Balance|
|1. University of Bogota Jorge Tadeo Lozano||Tadeofutures||$1,741,360.00|
|2. Loyola University Chicago||Rambler Capital||$1,475,650.00|
|3. Virginia Tech||Sircar Sherrill||$1,293,266.50|
|4. University of Illinois||Brusin Trading||$1,282,722.50|
|5. Southern Illinois University||Salukis||$1,247,598.75|
NOTE: If it is discovered at any time before, during or after the competition that a team/individual does not meet ALL of the requirements listed above, that team/individual will be immediately disqualified and will forfeit any prizes.
Eligibility to receive competition prizes is only open to residents in the United States (US), Canada (CA) excluding Quebec, United Kingdom (UK), Germany (DE), Netherlands (NL), Switzerland (CH), Republic of Korea (KR), Taiwan (TW), and Japan (JP).
All participants must follow the outlined rules, regulations and requirements throughout the duration of the challenge.
Click here for complete CME Group University Trading Challenge rules, regulations and requirements.
Teams will be able to trade all of the supported CME Group futures products through CME Globex on CQG’s trading applications during the competition.
Competition products include futures contracts from the following asset classes:
Teams will use the CQG Integrated Client, CQG Mobile and CQG Desktop trading platforms to execute trades on the CME Globex platform. CQG will provide access to the technical analysis and trading software as well as training before the competition begins. CQG’s Integrated Client software only works on a PC platform and port 2823 must be open in firewalls. The CQG help desk is open 24 hours a day. CQG Software and resources are found here.
You can find additional resources directly through CQG.
For general challenge inquiries and questions related to registration, or to be included in our email distributions, contact:
CME Group Trading Challenge Team