Get Started with VRC Virtual Skills

Welcome to the VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) Virtual Skills! To play the 2021 - 22 VRC game, Tipping Point, in Virtual Skills, you must be a member of a registered team. Once you are registered, you will use your Virtual Skills Key to log in to VRC Virtual Skills in VEXcode V5.

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If you are a registered team with a Virtual Skills Key, follow the steps in this article to access VRC Virtual Skills and get started coding.

If you are not a registered team and do not have a Virtual Skills Key, your teacher or team mentor will need to first register your team with Robot Events. Once your team is registered, you can use your Virtual Skills Key to follow the steps in this article to access VRC Virtual Skills and get started coding.

Now you’re ready to code in VRC Virtual Skills!

Rookie Teams

If you are a new team just getting started with VEXcode V5 and VRC, select here to learn more about how to get started coding and playing the game.

Veteran Teams

If your team has experience with VEXcode V5 and Skills competitions, select here to learn more about VRC Virtual Skills and get started coding.


Rookie Teams

Excited to play VRC Virtual Skills, but unsure where to start? We’re here to help you learn about VEXcode V5 and the game, with the VRC Virtual Skills lessons.

Looking for more?

Want to know more about Moby and the motors, sensors, and features of the robot in VRC Virtual Skills? Learn more about the robot’s features in this article.

Want to know more about the VRC Field and its dimensions? Learn more about the VRC Field in this article.

Want to learn more advanced coding to help you beat your high score? VEXcode is used with all VEX Robotics platforms. Check out the Computer Science Level 1 - Blocks course and learn more about coding with VEXcode VR!



Veteran Teams

Ready to apply your coding skills and VEXcode V5 knowledge to play VRC Virtual Skills? We have resources to help you get acclimated to the VRC Virtual Skills experience, so you can get started practicing and competing!

Looking for more?

Need help using headings, so you can plan and build projects more efficiently? Check out these tips for using headings to help you turn Moby with precision.

Looking for more coding tips and tricks to score more points in VRC Virtual Skills? Click here to view coding tips for VRC Virtual Skills, Tipping Point.

Want to learn how to score in VRC Virtual Skills and see examples in action? The VRC Virtual Skills Lessons have projects for scoring a preloaded Ring, picking up Rings on the Field, scoring Mobile Goals, and even using the Balance Platform to score additional points! Click here to view the VRC Virtual Skills Lessons.

Want to learn more advanced coding to help you beat your high score? VEXcode is used with all VEX Robotics platforms. Check out the Computer Science Level 1 - Blocks course and learn more about coding with VEXcode!