Jan
19

BEYBLADE SHOGATSU 2019

  Toronto, Ontario
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Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
6 Garamond Court
  We will be playing in the Heritage Court of the JCCC
10:00AM on 01/19/2019
Hosted by
  Kei
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Format
Burst

Most official Beyblade Burst gear can be used.

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Admission
20 cash  

A ticket to Anime Shogatsu is required to participate in this event. Buy Ticket Here. Pre-Registration ends at January 16th. Tickets at the door will be $25.


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REGISTRATION NOTE
I just wanted to remind everyone that in order to participate in the tournament you will need to check-in at our tournament desk in the Heritage Court before 11:30AM. And have your WBO account open on your phone if possible!

If you arrive after that, you will not be able to enter the tournament (but are welcome to participate in free play).

Doors open at 10:00AM. This is going to be a massive tournament, which means registration will take some time. So, I would like to kindly ask that everyone planning to play in the tournament arrives as early as possible.



Join us on Saturday, January 19th, 2019 for a Toronto Beyblade Burst Tournament at Anime Shogatsu for the fourth straight year!

Please be sure to arrive ON TIME for this tournament. Registration begins at 10:00AM. We will finish registration at 11:30AM and will begin the tournament shortly thereafter. Thank you!

If you can make it, please hit the blue JOIN TOURNAMENT button at the top of this page! See you all there!



Anime Shogatsu Membership Required
Please note that to enter the convention and gain access to our event, a membership for Anime Shogatsu 2019 is required. Purchase your Anime Shogatsu 2019 membership online here. Memberships are also available at the door (starting at 9AM for $25), but we recommend purchasing online ahead of time.

Kids 10 and under are admitted for free, however they would need to be accompanied by a parent/guardian with a membership purchased.

Because this event is at a convention, the regular WBO entry fee will not apply.



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:




Optional: Sign up for the bracket on Challonge.

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We run all of our tournaments using tournament management software called Challonge.

This is optional, but very helpful for us: you can sign up for the bracket on Challonge ahead of time. We encourage anyone planning to play in this tournament to do so because it will:

  • Speed up your registration, which helps us keep things moving quickly for everyone! If you sign up on Challonge, please tell us when you visit the registration desk at the event.
  • Allow you to receive e-mail notifications of your upcoming matches during the event. Please note that the match e-mail notifications do not mean your match is happening at that moment; just that it is available. You will be called by a judge when it is time to play.
  • Allow you to follow along with the tournament bracket throughout the event.
  • Grant you priority access to one of the awesome limited BEYBLADE SHOGATSU 2019 stickers below!

IMPORTANT: Please make your Challonge username the same as your WBO username. If it is taken on Challonge, you can change it within "Your Settings" once you've registered on Challonge.





Event Registration Bonus: Logo Sticker For First 50 Players On the Day of the Event
The first 50 players who already have both WBO and Challonge accounts and register for BEYBLADE SHOGATSU 2019 on the day of the event will receive one of these awesome stickers featuring a special Japanese version of the logo!

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I hope you guys will use this to decorate your Beyblade cases like I've done with mine over the years. Smile

After registration if there is any stickers leftover, we will hand them out to members that did not have WBO and/or Challonge accounts.



No Bey? No Prob!
Don't have any Beyblades from this new series? 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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Prize Donation by Zankye
With us recently hitting the 100 registered participants plateau, now seems like a good time to announce that @[originalzankye] will once again be providing an incredible donation of Beyblades as prizes for this event! Thank you, Zankye!

Be sure to check out his Youtube Channel.

Some of these prizes will be given to the top 3 winners and some will be given via a random giveaway during the event.

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What is Beyblade Burst?
Beyblade Burst is the newest, third generation of Beyblade by TAKARA-TOMY! It launched in 2015 in Japan and Hasbro launched it in Canada in September 2016. If you are not familiar with Beyblade Burst, please take a look at the Beyblade Wiki article covering it, the Beyblade General Forum, and the Beyblade Burst Hasbro Topic for the most up to date information about Hasbro's release of the series internationally.



Not sure what to expect?
Check out this report from our tournament at Anime Shogatsu 2018!

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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!

(Dec. 27, 2018  5:19 PM)JTSBB Wrote: I am taking my son to the tournament. He is very excited. He was confused as to why in the rules it said that battles start with "3,2,1 Go Shoot!" instead of "3,2,1 Let it Rip!" like in the shows... Anyone know why?

b cause 3,2,1, go shoot is Japanese and the Japanese anime are way beter and they are at chosetsu
(Dec. 27, 2018  5:19 PM)JTSBB Wrote: I am taking my son to the tournament. He is very excited. He was confused as to why in the rules it said that battles start with "3,2,1 Go Shoot!" instead of "3,2,1 Let it Rip!" like in the shows... Anyone know why?

A lot of us follow the releases as they come out in Japan first, so we've adopted their "Go Shoot" phrase over the years instead. But we can certainly use "Let it Rip" for anyone who would like it to be called that way. Smile

(Dec. 27, 2018  6:55 PM)StrikersThunder Wrote: how much would a whole Cho-Z bey cost Kei?

You can find prices in my list here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BzEX...sp=sharing
(Dec. 27, 2018  8:13 PM)Kei Wrote:
(Dec. 27, 2018  5:19 PM)JTSBB Wrote: I am taking my son to the tournament. He is very excited. He was confused as to why in the rules it said that battles start with "3,2,1 Go Shoot!" instead of "3,2,1 Let it Rip!" like in the shows... Anyone know why?

A lot of us follow the releases as they come out in Japan first, so we've adopted their "Go Shoot" phrase over the years instead. But we can certainly use "Let it Rip" for anyone who would like it to be called that way. Smile

(Dec. 27, 2018  6:55 PM)StrikersThunder Wrote: how much would a whole Cho-Z bey cost Kei?

You can find prices in my list here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BzEX...sp=sharing

(Dec. 28, 2018  12:56 AM)JTSBB Wrote:
(Dec. 27, 2018  8:13 PM)Kei Wrote: A lot of us follow the releases as they come out in Japan first, so we've adopted their "Go Shoot" phrase over the years instead. But we can certainly use "Let it Rip" for anyone who would like it to be called that way. Smile


You can find prices in my list here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BzEX...sp=sharing

Thx Bro!
That’s what they say in the japanese show, and I guess mainly because it sounds better. You cant really rip the plastic, but you do shoot the bey in the stadium. Honestly i dont really know why
You have to win to find out Smile
(Dec. 27, 2018  8:13 PM)Kei Wrote: JTSBB



(Dec. 27, 2018  6:55 PM)StrikersThunder Wrote: how much would a whole Cho-Z bey cost Kei?

You can find prices in my list here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BzEX...sp=sharing
so they would cost 21.75 each, or $37 each, or 87 each?

(Dec. 27, 2018  8:13 PM)Kei Wrote: JTSBB



(Dec. 27, 2018  6:55 PM)StrikersThunder Wrote: how much would a whole Cho-Z bey cost Kei?

You can find prices in my list here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BzEX...sp=sharing
so they would cost 21.75 each, or $37 each, or 87 each?
(Dec. 28, 2018  4:31 AM)StrikersThunder Wrote: so they would cost 21.75 each, or $37 each, or 87 each?

The prices listed in the document are for each item itself. Each line is an individual item.

For example B-127 is $37, B-128 is $87 (B-128 is a set; I'm not selling the four Beyblades it includes individually. Although there is some extra parts available from a second set I opened listed below under "NEW, UNUSED PARTS").
Oh, thanks!

would Cho-Z spriggan be for sale?
Kei is selling the cho z spriggan set as a whole, so it would put you back by $87
What is sad?
that he is giving no sale for individual products
(Dec. 28, 2018  9:26 PM)StrikersThunder Wrote: that he is giving no sale for individual products

I am! Just not the ones in B-128 which are packaged as a set to begin with.
....The important ones are packaged Unhappy

are you going to add sales later on for things that seem a little pricey?
(Dec. 28, 2018  9:48 PM)StrikersThunder Wrote: ....The important ones are packaged Unhappy

are you going to add sales later on for things that seem a little pricey?

Blame TAKARA-TOMY for that, haha.

And no, the prices will remain the same otherwise I'll get close to actually losing money. The Beyblades are becoming more expensive lately, and so is shipping ... You can see though for example that the price for Buster Xcalibur is lower because I picked that up in Japan myself back in September.
the reason I'm asking all these questions is because I want to stand a chance against Kei, who is currently ranked number 1 so in order to defeat you I practice hard and I'm always trying to up my game to have a chance to defeat you.

Looking forward to having a great experience with fellow bladers, all my friends say Beyblade is old and for kids but I was really looking for an environment with people that share the same passion and can't wait to meet you all.
(Dec. 28, 2018  9:55 PM)StrikersThunder Wrote: the reason I'm asking all these questions is because I want to stand a chance against Kei, who is currently ranked number 1 so in order to defeat you I practice hard and I'm always trying to up my game to have a chance to defeat you.

That's great! You don't necessarily need all of the newest releases (although they could help depending on what your collection looks like right now), so you're on the right track if you keep practicing and have a decent collection of competitive parts already. Smile
My collection is pretty bad:

Takara Tomy

Lost Longinus
Dark Deathscyther
Legend Spriggan (Without a Driver)
Xeno Xcalibur

Hasbro

Spryzen Requiem S3
Rip Fire Valtryek V2
Legend Spryzen S3
Doomscizor D3

That's why I'm looking for upgrades........ LOL

any pro tips or advice on your best products between the price range of 40$
Is there any prizes

Hey strickerthunder go on eBay they got some cheap stuff like cho z Valkyrie and revive phoenix is 4 dollars and 26 cents

My collection is bad Hasbro kuckulkin shelter regulis and more

Hey kei are you selling metal beys cause I’m trying to get a very strong bey
there are prizes depending on your winning rank and hopefully a rafle
Why are cho z beys so expensive kei

I’m thinking of using a fafinire combo if my package comes in time

Hey kei i challenge you to a Metal Fight Beyblade battle someday
lol, he's in 2nd,
Think bout' it

hey don't you guys think someone should create that stadium from the show?

And someone should create Beyblade training areas citywide

Kei should start that *-*

whaddya think guys?
(Dec. 22, 2018  11:50 PM)Kei Wrote:
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Anime Shogatsu has announced that David Reale–voice actor for Kai Hiwatari and Tsubasa Otori–will be attending the convention! Hopefully we can collaborate with him in some capacity ... Smile
 Oh sick, I really hope to meet him. I've always liked tsubasa along with kai.

(Dec. 28, 2018  10:03 PM)StrikersThunder Wrote: My collection is pretty bad:

Takara Tomy

Lost Longinus
Dark Deathscyther
Legend Spriggan (Without a Driver)
Xeno Xcalibur

Hasbro

Spryzen Requiem S3
Rip Fire Valtryek V2
Legend Spryzen S3
Doomscizor D3

That's why I'm looking for upgrades........ LOL

any pro tips or advice on your best products between the price range of 40$
 If you want to go for hasbro combos, I would suggest getting Caynox C3 and Balkesh B3. B3.0B.Br is a very scary combo for right spin opponents to deal with. If you want TT, try to get hell Salamander for left spin and archer Hercules for right spin. Not too sure about the TT stuff, they could be outclassed by now, but IDK, I use hasbro beys my self so I don't know the most about the current TT meta. Hope this helped.

(Dec. 29, 2018  1:16 AM)Dragonmark Wrote: Is there any prizes

Hey strickerthunder go on eBay they got some cheap stuff like cho z Valkyrie and revive phoenix is 4 dollars and 26 cents

My collection is bad Hasbro kuckulkin shelter regulis and more

Hey kei are you selling metal beys cause I’m trying to get a very strong bey

Just saying, if you find revive phoenix and choZ valkyrie for $4, its completly fake, dont buy it.