Jul
17

Blading in Wisconsin

  New Berlin, Wisconsin
Tournament Results
Valley View Park
5051 S Sunny Slope Rd
  Meet at the pavilion on Sunny Slope Rd
1:00 PM on 07/17/2021
Format
Burst

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  • 2nd Place: Takara Tomy Dynamite Belial.Nd.Vn-2
  • 3rd Place: Takara Tomy random booster vol. 24

From my knowledge, there hasn't been a burst tournament in Wisconsin. There might have been one, but idk. So this will be the (supposedly) first ever Wisconsin Burst tournament!

The tournament will be at Valley View Park in New Berlin and we will be meeting at the pavilion on Sunny Slope Rd and then I will direct everyone from there. This will probably be a Burst Standard Swiss or Group Round Robin tournament depending on how many stadiums and participants we have (we have at least one stadium).

Tell Your friends, there is a participant cap of 24 because this is the first tournament I am hosting, but we would like to have as many wisconsin bladers within that cap participate. They will have to make a WBO account and join on this thread.

We have 4 judges including myself that will both be judging and participating in the tournament, as well as an adult supervisor (my mom) in case anything goes wrong (we don't need people going to the ER) SlavTech will be the Challonge master.

Equipment available we have one beystadium, (hopefully more) and will have safety mats and a megaphone for this event (megaphone not guaranteed). Bring your own beys and launchers we are not responsible for any damaged or lost parts and launchers.

Masks are required please refer to this thread for COVID requirements https://worldbeyblade.org/Thread-Coronav...ournaments

For more information on public gatherings and COVID in wisconsin, visit this link https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/community.htm

Hope to see you there! This will hopefully be the first of many tournaments in Wisconsin and definitely not the last.

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(Jun. 10, 2021  9:02 PM)Super A Wrote: Im looking for a tournament in auburn california do you know of any?

wrong thread use this one: Central California (worldbeyblade.org)
(Jun. 10, 2021  9:02 PM)Super A Wrote: Im looking for a tournament in auburn california do you know of any?

Wisconsin is pretty far from california....
I'm going to have to add that if you are under 18, your parent has to sign the waiver
My son (Norwin) had a great time today. Let me know if anyone is up for getting a group together to practice. He would love to meet up at a park to play anytime!
(Jul. 18, 2021  2:05 AM)catblader109 Wrote: Results spreadsheet:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1...sp=sharing

Can you look into the spreadsheet?  The results page show 59 battle but Challonge adds up to 54+8 to 62?
(Jul. 18, 2021  7:59 PM)Shindog Wrote:
(Jul. 18, 2021  2:05 AM)catblader109 Wrote: Results spreadsheet:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1...sp=sharing

Can you look into the spreadsheet?  The results page show 59 battle but Challonge adds up to 54+8 to 62?

Looked into it, I'm not missing any matches, look at the challonge numbers for the matches, it skips a number every round after round 2. It might be because of the dropped player(Prezzy)
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