May
25

BEYBLADE NORTH 2019 [Saturday]

  Toronto, Ontario
Tournament Results
Toronto Congress Centre – Hall B
650 Dixon Rd
  Anime North 2019
10:00 AM on 05/25/2019
Hosted by
  Kei
Contact Host
Format
Burst

Most official Beyblade Burst gear can be used.

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Admission
25 cash  

A ticket to Anime North 2019 is required to participate in this event. Price listed is for Child Saturday Pass. Tickets regularly sell out before the convention. Buy Ticket Here.


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Saturday, May 25 2019 – Burst Format


ABOUT BEYBLADE NORTH 2019


Beyblade North 2019 brings giveaways and high-speed battles for players of all ages and skill levels! Compete in our tournaments or play free battles just for fun at Anime North 2019 on May 24th, 25th, and 26th.

This page will cover the Burst Format event on May 25th. Even if you’re new to the game, our expert bladers will give you hands-on training and equipment to battle with.

If you have any questions about our event itself, please feel free to post them here! Otherwise, for more information about Anime North 2019 in general, please visit their website.


ANIME NORTH PASS PURCHASE REQUIRED


To reach our booth at Anime North, you will need to purchase a single day or weekend pass for Anime North, which also grants you access to the rest of the convention. Purchase tickets before they sell out!

Weekend passes in particular routinely sell out before the convention.



PARTICIPANT CAP: 85 PLAYERS & HOW TO PRE-REGISTER


Participant Cap: 85 Players
Hitting the “Join Tournament” button above to express your interest in attending this event is a great help to us as we plan for this event, but it does not guarantee a spot in the tournament.

While everyone will be welcome to spectate and participate in free play, there will be a participant cap of 85 Players on this tournament (Saturday, May 25 – Burst Format) due to limited space and time.

How to Pre-Register for BEYBLADE NORTH 2019 (May 25 – Burst Format)
If you would like to confirm your spot in the tournament, please do the following:

  • Forward Ticket Confirmation: Forward your Anime North event ticket confirmation to contact@worldbeyblade.org
  • Email Title: Title the email “BEYBLADE NORTH 2019 Registration – May 25 (Burst Format)”.
  • Include WBO Username: Include your exact WBO username in the email.

This is so that we can confirm anyone on our attendance list will actually be attending the event. Thanks for your understanding!

Once received we will add you to the tournament bracket linked below. However, this may take several days, so please be patient!

Additional Registration Guidelines

  • Day-Of Check-In Required: All pre-registered players will be required to check-in at our tournament desk on the day of the event before it starts.
  • Posting/PMing Will Not Secure Spot: Posting in this thread or private messaging the host will not confirm a spot in the tournament. You must follow the instructions above.
  • Day-Of Registration: Registration on the day of the event for people who don’t confirm a spot beforehand will be possible if spots are available.
  • Confirmed Participant List: You can view the current list of confirmed participants for the tournament by viewing the Challonge tournament bracket standings page linked below.



NEED-TO-KNOW INFORMATION SHEET

Some of this information is covered below, but we will also be handing out the following need-to-know information sheet on the day of the event. It covers key topics related to the organization of this event to ensure everyone is on the same page.

You may read it then, or get a head start right now:



WEEKEND SCHEDULE


Our booth will be open for the majority of convention hours across both Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at Anime North. We'll be running at least one tournament on each day, with the remainder of time dedicated to free play and training for new and intermediate Bladers.

This event page is for the Saturday event:

Saturday, May 25 – Burst Format
  • Registration: 10:00AM–11:45AM
  • Tournament Start: 12:00PM
  • Tournament End: 7:00PM (Approximately)
  • During All Booth Hours: Free Play and Training from Expert WBO Bladers

Our other events at Anime North 2019:

Friday, May 24 – Burst Classic Format
  • Registration: 5:00PM–6:00PM
  • Tournament Start: 6:15PM
  • Tournament End: 10:00PM (Approximately)
  • During All Booth Hours: Free Play and Training from Expert WBO Bladers
Learn more about the event on Friday, May 24 here.

Sunday, May 26 – Metal Fight Limited Format
  • Registration: 10:00AM–11:00AM
  • Tournament Start: 11:15AM
  • Tournament End: 3:00PM (Approximately)
  • During All Booth Hours: Free Play and Training from Expert WBO Bladers
Learn more about the event on Sunday, May 26 here.


LOCATION: TORONTO CONGRESS CENTRE - HALL B


All BEYBLADE NORTH 2019 events will be hosted in our space at the back of Hall B in the Toronto Congress Centre. Please see the highlighted area on the map below:


When the floor plan for the entire Hall B has been finalized, we will post it with details on where exactly we are positioned. However, for those who attended last year: we are in the exact same spot within Hall B.


NO BEY? NO PROB!

Don't have any Beyblades? No problem! We would be happy to lend a Beyblade and launcher to you to use for your tournament matches!


HAVE A BEYSTADIUM? BRING IT!

We will be bringing stadiums for this event, but more are always welcome! Any BeyStadium is fine for free play, but BeyStadium Standard Types (pictured below) are particularly appreciated. If you can bring one, please post here to let us know.

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GIVEAWAYS & SHOP


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Photo from 2018 – Final Prizes/Shop Stock TBD

The fun doesn’t stop with just our tournaments! Stay tuned for details in the coming months regarding the giveaways and contests we will be running throughout the weekend at BEYBLADE NORTH 2019!

Come compete with us for your chance to win prizes not only by placing in tournaments, but by entering contests and random giveaways all weekend (throughout Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at all of our events during Anime North), too!

We also plan to have a limited amount of Beyblade Burst in stock for our shop to help any players looking to improve their collection or pick up their first Beyblade (hopefully to use in the tournament!).


NOT SURE WHAT TO EXPECT?


Not sure what to expect? Check out this video and a tournament report from our Anime North events last year:


Need-to-Know Information

1. During Registration, Open Your Account Page

Open your account page on your mobile device (if possible) during registration to help us keep things quick.

2. Arrive On Time

You must arrive by the tournament start time to enter. We cannot add new players to an event once it begins. If you're running late, contact the host.

3. Stay Aware of Your Belongings

We do everything possible to ensure a safe environment, but can't be held responsible for lost or stolen goods. Keep your gear close by!

4. The Tournament Will Last At Least a Few Hours

This event is likely to last at least a few hours. If you can't commit to the entire tournament, you're welcome to come watch and play for fun instead!

5. Listen For Your Username To Be Called

Your name will be called when it's time for your next battle. If you need to leave early or take a break, tell a judge. Missing a match could mean disqualification!

Kei, are we doing top 16 for this if we get to participate cap?
(May. 20, 2019  2:49 AM)abidjkhan7 Wrote: How many dp's do you have @[oldschool]

I have 15 of them. That should be more than enough xD
(May. 20, 2019  2:53 AM)OldSchool™ Wrote:
(May. 20, 2019  2:49 AM)abidjkhan7 Wrote: How many dp's do you have @[oldschool]

I have 15 of them. That should be more than enough xD
Do you have other beys or just the ones in the picture
Hi all..........Looking forward to this !!!! Smile
Just to clarify. The ticket to enter is $60? As a parent do
I need to purchase one as well?
(May. 21, 2019  4:29 PM)NiallI Wrote: Just to clarify.  The ticket to enter is $60? As a parent do
I need to purchase one as well?

If your going to all 3 tournanents then it would be $60+ and i think parents do have to pay for there own tickets, not sure just assuming.
You’re not paying for the tournament, however you are axing for the access to attend the convention where the tournament is held. Each day is $25 by itself, and al three will cost you $60. This isn’t just for the tournament as you can go anywhere you want in the convention. Because of this you will have have to pay for yourself and your child. If your child is between 6-13 their ticket is half off
If anyone is interested in purchasing some older Burst Beyblades send me a PM! Hoping to stop by and help throughout the weekend
Hey guys! Just wanted to note: pre-registration for this event will be closing at 11PM EST tonight. After that time I'll be making sure everyone who has pre-registered is added on Challonge.

If you have not pre-registered, you will still be able to secure a spot in the tournament on the day of the event if the maximum (85) has not been reached on our Challonge page. However, if you have not pre-registered open spots will be given to those who show up first.

And if you have pre-registered, just a reminder: you will need to check-in at the desk in our booth before registration closes (11:45AM) or your spot may be given to someone else.
To also add another reason not to miss ANIME NORTH 2019! We're donating prizes to help and contribute for this tournament! Best of luck to everyone going to this tournament!


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I want to have my 8 year old son play in the tournament. Do I need to buy just a children's pass, or do I also need to buy an adult pass to supervise my son?
How do i join in challonge?
You have to also buy an adult pass
(May. 24, 2019  3:29 AM)Cayden A Wrote: I want to have my 8 year old son play in the tournament.  Do I need to buy just a children's pass, or do I also need to buy an adult pass to supervise my son?
You have to get an adult pass. They're pretty strict on that from my experience.
Let's best Blader win. I hope this time we get BeyChannel video!Smile
I liked everything except for spending $50 for admission there was nothing that said pre-registration is $25 and registration is $50
Great Tournament! We had a great time. Thank you
Wow that was a great tournament! I thought Oldschool was going to use ls3 on 0.W.Br so I got scared and used G3 on atomic to stall out instead of Pp. nevertheless it was a great tournament, Great gob Hunter08 for making 3rd place! I just wish I went for my first instinct. Thank you so much for all of yesterday Anime north and thanks to Kei for hosting . We were all sad on the inside that he didn't get to the finals but happy that he didn't demolished everyone in deck. Can't wait to be destroyed in MFB limited!XD
THANK YOU TO ALL THE HOSTS AND VOLUNTEERS!!!
The whole weekend was just a great time and I think everyone agrees. Thank you everyone who helped put this weekend together. I'm sure it was allot of hard work. The organizers of this event and the weekend came CORRECT! Great judging and great times!
(May. 25, 2019  11:26 PM)abidjkhan7 Wrote: I liked everything except for spending $50 for admission there was nothing that said pre-registration is $25 and registration is $50

That was because you didn’t pre-order your tickets
(May. 27, 2019  6:42 PM)MDK Shady Wrote:
(May. 25, 2019  11:26 PM)abidjkhan7 Wrote: I liked everything except for spending $50 for admission there was nothing that said pre-registration is $25 and registration is $50

That was because you didn’t pre-order your tickets
Yes I know that but I am just saying you should put it on the page
(May. 28, 2019  2:45 AM)abidjkhan7 Wrote:
(May. 27, 2019  6:42 PM)MDK Shady Wrote: That was because you didn’t pre-order your tickets
Yes I know that but I am just saying you should put it on the page

The Admission box on this page stated "Price listed is for Child Saturday Pass" and linked to the page with details for all ticket types. Our event page doesn't offer the ability to list multiple prices, so this was the best compromise. If we put all of the prices on the page in the event description, it would create a lot of work for us updating all three event pages if their prices happened to change (since we are not in control of them).

In any case, I apologize for any confusion!