How to Join Beyblade Tournaments in Ontario, Canada
Join the Ontario Beyblade Community (OBBC) for all-ages Beyblade Tournaments in Southern Ontario. Click the links below to learn how.
Let us know where and when you are interested in attending.
We need your feedback.
We are planning to start hosting all-ages Beyblade X tournaments in southern Ontario soon. But the location and date are not yet set.
First, we want to know where and when would be most convenient for players like you to be able to attend.
Take the Survey
We’ve created a short survey to find out. If you’re interested in participating, please click the link below and submit a response.
Thank you and hopefully we’ll see you soon!
How to join the OBBC and get Beyblade tournament updates
1. Sign up for the BeyBase newsletter
Sign up to receive updates and information about Beyblade tournaments and BeyBase articles directly to your email inbox.
2. Join the Ontario Beyblade Community Discord server
Join to connect with Beyblade fans and stay up-to-date with the latest plans for upcoming events in the community.
3. Sign up for an account on Challonge
Join to be eligible for participation in OBBC events and to have your progress tracked on the OBBC Leaderboard. Challonge is the tournament management and community platform used to manage all OBBC events.
4. Sign up for an account on the World Beyblade Organization
Join to be eligible for participation in OBBC events. The WBO is a fan-run not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting Beyblade and facilitating the organization of tournaments around the world. All OBBC events are run using the WBO Organized Play structure and advertised on their platform.
What is the OBBC (Ontario Beyblade Community)?
The Ontario Beyblade Community is a fan community open to all Beyblade lovers in the Ontario, Canada area. Our goal is for Beyblade fans to make new friends, have fun together, compete, and improve their skills in real-life tournaments!
About the Founder
Blader Kei is the founder of the Ontario Beyblade Community (OBBC). He also founded BeyBase.com in 2019, a blog dedicated to helping create better Bladers. Blader Kei has been playing Beyblade since 2002, has been worldbeyblade.org staff since 2009. Since then, he’s won over 60 tournaments, hosted over 100 as an organizer, and played in many more across Canada, the US, and Japan.