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GAME Forum

Global Portfolio Competition and Poster Session

The Global Portfolio Competition and Poster Session provides students with the opportunity to present real, managed investment portfolios and compare their performance with other individuals, teams, and universities. Students compete across a range of categories and winners are announced live during the second day of GAME Forum. 

Register for GAME XIII

Get Ready for GAME XIII

Registration is now open for GAME XIII, set for March 21-22, 2024 in New York City. A ​discounted ​rate ​is ​being ​offered ​through February 19, 2024. Please note there is no on-site registration


Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel
811 7th Avenue 53rd Street
New York, New York, 10019

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Register for GAME XIII

Enter the Global Portfolio Competition

Submission Requirements

To enter the Global Portfolio Competition, students must actively invest in and manage the performance of the portfolio. Portfolios be funded for at least one year prior to submission and at least three participants must register to attend the conference. 


Portfolio Categories and Awards

The Quinnipiac University School of Business, in partnership with our sponsors and Delphian Trading, award cash prizes and trophies to the top three teams in each category.

Competition Categories*:

  • Graduate Overall

  • Undergraduate Core

  • Undergraduate Growth

  • Undergraduate Value

  • Undergraduate Fixed Income

  • Undergraduate Small Fund**

Prizes by Category:

  • 1st Place - $1,000

  • 2nd Place - $750

  • 3rd Place - $500

Learn more about our past award winners

*Sector funds are not allowed

**Any fund that contains less than $100,000 in total value at the end of 2023

Take Part in the Poster Session Competition

The GAME XIII Poster Session will be held on Friday, March 22, 2024 from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Judges will visit from 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Submission Requirements

The Poster Session Competition allows competing schools to showcase their portfolios and compare performance during the past year. Each participating team should complete a tri-fold board that displays information about their unique approach and outcomes. 


Poster Evaluation and Awards

Poster Session awards will be given to three teams that demonstrate excellence for outstanding visual presentation, communication of fund history, performance and investment strategy. 

Evaluation Rubric

  • Clarity of Content (40%) - Posters clearly illustrate the fund’s performance, history, investment policy and strategies.

  • Organizational Design (20%) -Posters present information in a logical and easy-to-interpret format that complements the content.

  • Visual Appeal & Creativity (20%) - Creative and appealing use of colors, shapes, symbols and other graphical elements that capture viewers’ attention and interest.

  • Questions by Judges (20%) - Clear answers to judges’ questions about the fund’s performance, history, investment policy and strategies.

Prizes and Awards

  • 1st Place - $1,000

  • 2nd Place - $750

  • 3rd Place - $500 

Teams are responsible for bringing their tri-folds to the session and removing them afterward. A limited number of 48"x36" posters and materials will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. These materials can be picked up during early check-in on Wednesday, March 20, 2024. 

GAME XII Award Winners

It is with great pleasure that we announce the winners of the GAME XII Global Portfolio Competition. Portfolios were processed and ranked based on risk-adjusted returns from the previous year and the Sharpe ratio was used to measure the performance of each team and determine award winners across six categories:


Graduate Overall
  • 1st Place - Washington University in St. Louis, Stern Fund

  • 2nd Place – Niagara University, Monteagle Fund

  • 3rd Place - Kent State University, GFX


Undergraduate Core Portfolio
  • 1st Place – University of Arkansas, Rebsamen Trust

  • 2nd Place – Ouachita Baptist University, Eddy and Phyllis Ary Student Investment Fund

  • 3rd Place – California State University, Fresno, Fresno State Fund


Undergraduate Growth Portfolio
  • 1st Place – University of Arkansas, UA Foundation

  • 2nd Place – James Madison University, Madison Investment Fund

  • 3rd Place – Stetson University, Roland George - Growth


Undergraduate Value Portfolio
  • 1st Place - California State University, Fresno, Craig Fund

  • 2nd Place – University of Saskatchewan, Student Managed Portfolio Trust

  • 3rd Place – University of Nebraska, BRIC Cornhusker Fund


Undergraduate Fixed Income Portfolio
  • 1st Place – University of West Florida, Argo Bond Fund

  • 2nd Place – Merrimack College, Merrimack Fixed Income Fund

  • 3rd Place – Kent State University, Golden Flash Asset Management Fixed Income


Undergraduate Small Fund Portfolio
  • 1st Place – University of Arkansas, David Carter Adams Energy Fund

  • 2nd Place – Truman State University, Bulldog Student Investment Fund

  • 3rd Place – Prairie View A&M University, Panther Investment Fund

Receive Professional Feedback from Experienced Investors

Select teams and participants will be invited to gain professional feedback on their strategy from experienced investors and attendees. These sessions are not open to the other attendees. An email will be sent closer to the conference date if your school is selected to present with further instructions.

Presentations will last for approximately 15 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of Q&A from the panel. Students should approach the panel as if they are making a presentation to their board of directors and/or a prospective client. The presentation provides additional feedback to the participating teams but is not used in the judging process to determine the portfolio competition winners.

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