Toronto, Ontario
High Park
375 Colborne Lodge Dr
  Enter park via Bloor St W. entrance and drive down Colborne Lodge Dr. We'll be playing outside on the grass in front of the High Park Nature Centre.
To secure a spot, you must follow the instructions below under "How to Register & Check-in". Scroll down to read.
11:15 AM on 06/23/2024
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To secure a spot, you must follow the instructions below under "How to Register & Check-in". Scroll down to read.

Join the Ontario Beyblade Community for a OBBC ranked WBO Beyblade X Format tournament on Sunday, June 23, 2024.

If you have any questions about the event, please post them here!

Full event details below.



  • Player Cap: 13
  • Registration is first-come, first-served. Registration will be closed when the maximum number of registrants is reached.
  • 12 Available Companion Slots, Up to 1 Per Player: Only up to 1 companion may be accepted to accompany each registered tournament participant. You can indicate if you have a companion as you complete Step #5 of the "How to Register" process outlined below. A limit if a total of 25 people (participants and companions combined) at the tournament area will be in effect. The City of Toronto limits social gatherings without special bookings to a maximum of 25 people. The organizer reserves the right to reject applications for companions at this event. If a companion attends the event but were not given permission to do so, the organizer may ask them to leave the area. In this circumstance, if you do not leave when asked, the organizer may be forced to shut down the event entirely. Thank you for your understanding. As the tournament date approaches, if companion slots remain some may be removed in favour of expanding the player cap.
  • Late Arrivals: Registered participants who arrive late may receive losses for unplayed, scheduled matches or may be replaced by another participant who is present and able to play.
  • Early Departure: Participants who leave early will receive losses for unplayed, scheduled matches.
  • Day-Of Registration: Registration on the day of the event for people who don’t confirm a spot beforehand will only be possible if spots are still available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Event Details & Cancellation: Please note that the details of this event are subject to change and may be cancelled at any point if not enough interest can be confirmed. In this case, a notice will be posted as far in advance as possible. Thank you for your understanding.

How to Register & Check-In
You must follow the below process precisely to confirm your spot and be eligible to participate in this tournament.

Please read carefully.

1. Create WBO account
Create an account on worldbeyblade.org if you do not have one.

2. Create Challonge account
Create an account on Challonge.com if you do not have one.

Note: Each participant must have his/her own WBO and Challonge accounts and register separately. If there are multiple participants (ex. parents and children), please repeat this entire process for each person.

3. Save Challonge public profile link
ex. https://challonge.com/users/wbokei

4. Send organizer registration PM with template
Send the organizer a private message with the following template filled out:

Registration Private Message Template:

Registration for BEYBLADE X-TREME BATTLE Toronto Vol. 3.5

I'd like to register to play in BEYBLADE X-TREME BATTLE Toronto Vol. 3.5.

My Challonge Public Profile Link:

After receiving the Challonge sign-up link I will:

1. Sign-up on Challonge using the link you provide in response to this message.
2. Fill out and send the "Registered on Challonge Private Message Template" listed on the event page to finalize my spot in the tournament.

Thank you!

Use the above template, please!

Any messages during this process which deviate from the supplied template (Subject and Message) or do not contain the required information will not qualify and may not be responded to.

5. Sign up on Challonge
The organizer will then send the Challonge sign up link to join the tournament. Click the link and follow the instructions to confirm the registration on Challonge.

6. Notify organizer of registration on Challonge bracket with new PM template
Send the organizer a private message with the following template filled out:

Registered on Challonge Private Message Template (Click to View)

Use the above template, please!

7. Pre-tournament registration complete
After signing up on Challonge, the organizer will add you as a participant on the WBO event page. Your spot in the tournament will then be confirmed.

8. Tournament day check-in procedure
On the day of the event, please:

1. Online Challonge Check-in (Optional):
Starting at the listed online check-in time below, participants who have successfully registered for the tournament with their Challonge account will receive an email notification once the bracket is now accepting check-ins.

Open the email, click the link to the tournament bracket, and then click the "Check-in" button to complete the online check-in.

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2. In-Person Check-in (Mandatory):
Open your Challonge public profile page on your cell phone and show it to the organizer at the registration desk before the below listed in-person registration/check-in time concludes. If you arrive after registration closes, you will not be able to enter the tournament.

10. Receive player nametag and number
At registration or just before the tournament starts participants will be given a tag with their name and a number on it. Before each battle begins, everyone will be called by their name or number. At the end of the tournament, the nametags must be returned to the host.

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Registered, but cannot attend?
If something comes up and you cannot attend, please Send the organizer a private message with the following template filled out:

Cannot Attend Private Message Template (Click to View)

Players who confirm a spot in the tournament and do not show up at the tournament without any notice may be warned in accordance with the WBO Community Rules.


We'll be playing outside on the grass in front of the High Park Nature Centre. See below:

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If you're coming to High Park via the Bloor St W entrance, just follow that road down on the right side and you'll see the large building/shelter on the left hand side before you reach the tennis courts. We will be playing in the area on the grass in front of it. If you have any questions about the location, please post here!

NOTE: Public washrooms can be found just west of the Bloor St W entrance of High Park. There are no public washrooms available at the High Park Nature Centre. Do not knock on their door asking to enter.

We will be using stadium stands like this for all tournament matches.

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  • Online Challonge Check-in (Optional): 9:15AM-11:15AM
  • In-Person Registration/Check-in (Mandatory): 11:15AM–11:30AM
  • First Stage: 11:45AM–1:45PM
  • Break: 1:45PM–2:00PM
  • Final Stage: 2:00PM-2:30PM
  • Free Play: 11:15AM–2:30PM

All times are approximate and subject to change.The First Stage is expected to last at least two hours, and final tournaments at least 30 minutes. Participants are encouraged to attend at least the end of the First Stage.


  • Beyblade X Tops: At least 1 for the First Stage is required. At least 3 (no repeating parts) are required for the Final Stage.
  • Beyblade X Launcher
  • Deck Case or other deck concealing method for 3 Beyblades (First Stage) and 5 Beyblades (Final Stage). Must be able to maintain the specific ordering of your Beyblades. Two 3on3 Deck Cases or an opaque box with dividers are two options to accomplish this.
  • Xtreme Stadium (Optional): We will provide one for the tournament, but if you want to help us run the tournament faster or enjoy free battles, bring your own stadium. Please post here if you intend to bring one.
  • No deck case? No problem! We would be happy to lend them to you while you are playing a tournament match. Any equipment must be returned to the organizer immediately after the match.


The top 3 players will each receive one 2" OBBC logo sticker!

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Follow along with the tournament bracket on Challonge during the event.

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This list is subject to change.

  1. Kei – Head Judge


The tournament will be played primarily using the WBO X Format Rulebook in addition to the below rules.

Match Types: 1on1 & 3on3

Limited Rules
All matches in the first stage will be played with the following "Limited Rules".

For each of the below listed parts a player uses in their Beyblade, their opponent will receive one point at the start of the match.

Example: If one player uses two of the below listed parts in their Beyblade combo and their opponent uses none, their opponent will start the match with a 2 point lead.

Limited Rules Parts
  • Cobalt Drake
  • Phoenix Wing
  • Wizard Rod
  • 9-60
  • Ball Bit
  • Orb Bit

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Additional & Modified Rules
  1. Banned Parts & Equipment: Usage of any Blades, Ratchets, Bits, Launchers, or other equipment from Beyblade X products released within 14 days or less from the tournament date is prohibited.
  2. Match Start: A match is considered to have started when both players have arrived at the stadium.
  3. Side Selection: Before Beyblade Selection begins, players must: Decide their position on the left or right side of the stadium by playing one round of rock-paper-scissors, if either player has a preference. The judge must ask this before Beyblade Selection begins.
  4. Beyblade Selection: Players must select their 1 Beyblade (First Stage) or 3 Beyblades (Final Stage) without being seen by their opponent and notify the judge when they are ready. After both players have completed their selection, when asked by the judge, they must present them to their opponent. The judge will then check the Beyblades and Launchers for both players. After the judge completes the inspection for both players, the judge will return the Beyblade(s) disassembled and Launchers to each player. If any Beyblade or piece of equipment is found to be unusable for any reason, the judge may award point(s) to the opponent upon consultation with the head judge. Then, both players may restart the selection process. Once the selected Beyblades and Launchers are approved, players must then assemble their Beyblade in front of the stadium within view of the judge and their opponent. The first battle will then begin.
  5. Launch Area: The Launch Area is the circular opening on top of the Stadium Cover.
  6. Launching: A battle begins when the call of “3–2–1 Go Shoot!” starts. Beyblades must completely pass through the Launch Area after being launched. Beyblades are considered to have entered the Play Area once they have completely passed through the Launch Area. Beyblades must enter, return, or be in the Play Area in order to win a battle. If both Beyblades collide before either has touched the Stadium (a mid-air collision), the battle must be restarted. Bladers must launch their Beyblade from within a 20cm distance from the Stadium Base for the duration of their launch.
  7. Knocked-Out: To begin being considered as a possible knock-out (Xtreme Finish or Over Finish), the entire Beyblade must enter the Xtreme Zone or Over Zone.
  8. Burst Finish: To be considered bursted (Burst Finish), any part of the Beyblade must be visibly detached (ex. Bit detaching from Ratchet, Ratchet and Bit detached from Blade, etc).
  9. Tie Break Procedures: The following tie break procedures will be used to determine finalists at the end of the First Stage among players with the same win/loss record. Block Round Robin: Wins vs. Tied Participants, Points Difference, Points Scored, and Tiebreak Match in that order. Swiss: Wins vs. Tied Participants, Median-Buchholz Score, Points Difference, and Tiebreak Match in that order.
  10. Video Review: Judges may review video replays to determine the result of a battle or match only for matches which take place in the Final Stage. A judge reserves the right to deny a player request for video review.
  11. Part Breakage Inspection: Judges must inspect both Beyblades of every battle of every match in the Final Stage for any breakages. If a Beyblade is found to have broken, the Breakage During Play procedure in the WBO X Format Rulebook must be followed.
  12. Decorated Parts Prohibition: Bladers may not use parts that have been decorated in the following ways for this Tournament: Parts that have been painted/clear-coated unofficially and parts that have been decorated with unofficial/homemade stickers.
  13. Battle Limit and Consecutive Draws: No limitation applies to the number of Battles per Match, or the number of Consecutive Draws allowed per Battle during this tournament.
  14. Own Finishes: After a battle starts, if an Over Finish or Extreme Finish is achieved without touching the opponent's Beyblade once, it is considered an Own Finish. The opponent will receive 1 point. In the case of a match played using the 3on3 Match Type, 1 point will be awarded to the opponent and the battle will be redone.


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The Ontario Beyblade Community is a fan community open to all Beyblade lovers in Ontario, Canada. Our goal is for Beyblade fans to make new friends, have fun together, compete, and improve their skills in real-life tournaments!

To learn more and stay up-to-date, visit the official website or our Discord server.

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Not sure what to expect? Check out this video and a tournament report from past events:


All attendees are recommended to abide by the recommendations from the WBO outlined below. Thank you for your understanding and stay safe!

1. Feeling unwell? Stay at home.
2. Wear a Mask or Face Covering
3. Thumbs Up Instead of Handshakes
4. Do Not Lend or Play with Others Equipment
5. During Beyblade Inspection, Disassemble Beyblades for Judges
6. Do Not Bring More Than 1 Person With You
7. Maintain Physical Distancing (2 meters/6 feet apart)
8. After each Match Judges Should Disinfect Stadium

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!

6. Players Must Meet Regional Product Age Restrictions

All players in this event must meet the age restrictions on Beyblade products in their region. TAKARA-TOMY recommends Beyblade for ages 6+. Hasbro recommends Beyblade for ages 8+. Players under these ages may only participate with the permission of their parent/guardian.

7. Players Under 18 Must Be Accompanied by a Parent/Guardian

If you are under 18 years old, a parent/guardian must accompany you and be present for the duration of the event.

8. Contests, Raffles, Gambling, Betting, and Selling Are Prohibited

Advertising the sale of any product or service, as well as posting about any contest, raffle, gambling, or betting on this event page and conducting them at the event without approval by Fighting Spirits Inc. staff is prohibited. Please contact the Organized Play team if you require approval.

9. Terms of Service

All event attendees and users of this website are subject to our Terms of Service.

This event has been approved.
Hey originalzankye, I see you registered for the event directly on Challonge. However, to verify your spot you must follow the instructions outlined under “How to Register & Check-in” in the event description. Thank you!
Hey Bendo3170 Skotty Dawg originalzankye Blandman00, if you have been tagged here it’s because have not yet to completed a required step in the registration process: “6. Notify organizer of registration on Challonge bracket with new PM template”.

Once you have registered on Challonge, PMed me using the template in step #6, and I have added you to the participant list on this event page, your spot in the tournament will be finalized.

Thank you!
(Jun. 20, 2024  6:03 PM)Kei Wrote: Hey Bendo3170 Skotty Dawg originalzankye Blandman00, if you have been tagged here it’s because have not yet to completed a required step in the registration process: “6. Notify organizer of registration on Challonge bracket with new PM template”.

Once you have registered on Challonge, PMed me using the template in step #6, and I have added you to the participant list on this event page, your spot in the tournament will be finalized.

Thank you!

Yeah I just sent you a message
I literally spent the day on the couch doing nothing, I'm the worst lol Had no idea this was today Unhappy
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Thank you so much to everyone who came out to this event! Hope to see you all on July 20th for my next event: