Hasbro Wants You to Host a Beyblade Burst Tournament

Rob Kalajian article, toys 10 Comments

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Hasbro wants you to host your own Beyblade Burst tournaments! Recently the toy manufacturer released a few different guides that you can download and print. These include everything you need to run your own tournament including:

Beyblade Burst Epic Rivals Battle SetI’ve run a lot of Beyblade tournaments over the years, but those were all for the World Beyblade Organization, who have a more rigid and standard set of rules for different types of tournaments. This is the first time in a long time that Hasbro has released resources for people to run their own tournaments at home, school, etc… Not only that, but official Hasbro tournaments have been popping up in places, too.

It’s great to see Beyblade getting some love from Hasbro again. They recently sent me a bunch of Burst product to play with, along with some posters and printed tournament materials. My kids and I have been having a blast with the new Beys and they seem to have sparked my kids’ interested in the product again. While my local stores aren’t up to date with all the latest Beyblade Burst product releases, they’re easy enough to find online.

Interested in getting your own tournament going? Check out Hasbro’s resources here to get started! Need some Beys to get started? Check out the Beyblade Burst Epic Rivals Battle Set. It comes with 2 Beys, 2 launchers, and a stadium.

Want to get a good look at some of the Beys? Check out my unboxing photo sets: Unboxing Hasbro’s Beyblade Burst, Unboxing Hasbro’s Beyblade Burst – Part 2.

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    It all depends on if you want to just run one for fun, or if you want to run one for official WBO rankings. Everything you need is listed in the article above if you just want to have some fun. If you’re interested in running a WBO tournament it’s a bit more involved. Visit http://worldbeyblade.org for more info!

  2. My kids want to host a tournament and sell tickets for general entry and tournament entry. Can we do this and use the “Beyblade” name and image in promotions or no? Just wondering what the restrictions are.

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