The 17th Annual All-Japan High School Computing Contest "PC Koshien 2019" was held at the University of Aizu over the weekend of November 9-10, 2019. This year's qualifying round saw 1,850 individuals from 738 teams apply. From among those teams, the top 80 individuals from 37 teams competed in this year's main competition. 

This year's Programming Division Finals had 58 contestants from 29 teams.
Team "KMB86" from Senior High School at Komaba,University of Tsukuba won this year's Grand Prize.
Eight teams of 22 contestants participated in the Mobile Division.
The app " COINs!" by the National Institute of Technology Suzuka College was awarded this year's Grand Prize for its excellence in idea.

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