Undisputed World Bboy Masters, presented by the Pro Breaking Tour and sanctioned by UDEF, took place on Saturday, January 27th and Sunday, January 28th, 2018 at World Beat Center in San Diego, CA. This Pro Breaking Tour Challenger Series Event featured a 1-vs-1 Undisputed breaking battle, 1-vs-1 Bgirl breaking battle & a 3-vs-3 breaking battle awarding a total of $10,500 in cash prize money.
1-vs-1 Undisputed Breaking Battle Prize Distribution: ♦ $5000 for first place ♦ $1500 for second place ♦ $1000 for semifinalists ♦ $500 for quarter finalists
1-vs-1 Bgirl Breaking Battle Prize Distribution: ♦ $1000 for first place ♦ $700 for second place ♦ $400 for semifinalists ($200 each) ♦ $400 for quarter finalists ($100 each)
3-vs-3 Breaking Battle Prize Distribution: ♦ $2400 for first place ♦ $1200 for second place ♦ $900 for semifinalists ($450 per crew)
Hosts for the event: ♦ Ivan ♦ Cros 1
Beats dropped by: ♬ Lean Rock ♬ Megatone ♬ Mane One
Congratulations to Victor for taking the win over Vero in the Undisputed 1-vs-1 finals. Issei and Thesis were both semifinalists. Hill, Kuzya, Lussy Sky, and Spin were all quarter finalists.
Congratulations to Ami for taking the win over Ayane in the Bgirl 1-vs-1 finals. Macca and Kate were both semifinalists. LA Vix, Wonda, Jay Kay, and Crissy B were all quarter finalists.
Congratulations to BC One All-Stars (Victor, Neguin, Roxrite) for taking the win over Rock Force (Morris, Matt Action, Ives) in the 3-vs-3 finals. Dangerous Connection (Lussy Sky, Ayane, WeaponX) and Found Nation (Issei, Busta Bash, Yu-ki) were both semifinalists.
The Rock Harder IV: Freestyle Session Canada, presented by the Pro Breaking Tour and sanctioned by UDEF, took place on Sunday, April 8th, 2018 at The Long Boat Hall in Toronto, ON Canada. This Pro Breaking Tour Futures Series Event featured a 2-vs-2 Bboy/Bgirl Breaking Battle and a 1-v-1 invitational battle, awarding a total of $3,000.
2-vs-2 Breaking Battle Prize Distribution: o $1,000 for first place o $500 for second place o $200 for 3rd place – semifinalist o $200 for 4th place – semifinalist
1-vs-1 Invitational Battle Prize Distribution: o $500 for first place o $350 for second place o $125 for 3rd place – semifinalist o $125 for 4th place – semifinalist
Beats Dropped by: o DJ Timber (Spain via Toronto) w/ DJ M4RS (BTX, Toronto)
Judges for 1-vs-1 Breaking Battle: o Nasty Ray (Squadron, San Jose) o Switch B (The FAM, Toronto) o Phil Wizard (Wizards, Vancouver)
Congratulations to for Boxone/Breeze taking the win over Ground Illusions in the 2-vs-2 breaking battle finals. GWS and Unknown Floor Force were both semi-finalists.
Congratulations to Jbugz for taking the win over Samson in the 1-vs-1 breaking battle finals. Siahnara & Flonetik were both semi-finalists.
The Silverback Open Championships ’17 took place on October 6th-8th 2017 at the YSC Sports complex outside of Philadelphia as part of the 2017 Pro Breaking Tour’s Champions Series. The event was organized by Silverback Bboy Events and paid $100,000 in cash prize money, plus a trips for the 1-v-1 winner to Undisputed (January 27th & 28th, San Diego, CA). A panel of seven judged the 1-on-1 Open, the 3-on-3 Open and the 1-on-1 Bgirl with two alternates in case a judge happened to be in the same crew as a competitor. The preliminary battles expanded the judging panel to five judges for each cypher.
Like all competitions, there can only be one first place winner and the Silverback Open Championships had its well deserving victors in every category. In the 1-on-1 Open battle, Issei (Found Nation) took first place over Alkolil (OBC Crew), in the 3-on-3 Open it was 7 Commandos (Hong 10, Wing, Skim) who took first over Bumblebee, Alkolil, and Robin, and for the Bgirls it was Ami over Ayumi (Body Carnival) in the 1-on-1 Bgirl final. In the first Bionic Boogie invitational, Firebac took first place overall.
Prize Money Breakdown
1-on-1 Open Prize Distribution: $45,500 Cash + a trip to compete in Undisputed (San Diego, CA) o $15,000 for first place + a trip to compete in Undisputed (January 27th & 28th, San Diego, CA); $7,500 for second place; $2,500 for each semifinal loser (3rd-4th); $1,000 for each quarterfinal loser (5th-8th); $500 for each Round of 16 loser (9th-16th); $200 for each Round of 32 loser (17th-32nd); $100 for each top 100 loser (33rd-100th).
1-on-1 Bgirl Battle Prize Distribution: $15,000 Cash for the top 8 Bgirl o $5,000 for first place; $2,500 for second place; $1,250 for each semifinal loser; $600 for each quarterfinal loser; $325 for each Round of 16 loser (9th-16th)
3-on-3 Open Crew Prize Distribution: $42,000 Cash o $12,000 for first place; $6,000 for second place; $3,000 for each semifinal loser (3rd-4th); $1,200 for each quarterfinal loser (5th-8th); $750 for each Round of 16 loser (9th-16th); $450 for each Round of 32 loser (17th-32nd).
Bionic Boogie Prize Distribution: $4,000 Cash o $2,000 for first place; $1,250 for second place; $500 for 3rd place; $250 for 4th place.
Judges for the 1-on-1 Open, 3-on-3 Open and 1-on-1 Bgirl Battles:
David Colas – (France) Poe One – Style Elements (United States) Dyzee – Supernaturalz (Canada) A.T. – Flomo (Finland) Renegade – Soul Mavericks (U.K.) Wicket – Renegade Rockers (United States) Reveal – Killafornia, Rock Force (San Diego, CA) Fever One – Rock Steady Crew (United States) [alternate] Mounir – Vagabonds (France) [alternate] Hat Solo – Flowmo (Finland) [prelim] Goku – Soul Control (United States) [prelim] Rudy Rex – Havikoro (United States) [prelim] Servin Ervin – Cypher Adikts (United States) [prelim] Lil John – (United States) [prelim] Jeromeskee – Massive Monkees (United States) [prelim] The DJs for the weekend were Lean Rock, BlesOne (Knuckleheads Cali), Fleg (Lionz of Zion) and Safire.
Monster Energy was in the house with free giveaways of Monster Energy beverages and alongside them were vendors from all over the US, providing gear from within the bboy scene.