Play World – an event which has been devised by kids for kids – is set to play host host to the Australian Beyblades championships, where Beyblade fans will be able to compete to become the Aussie champion and win the chance to go Paris to compete in the world championships.
Highly addictive and collectible, Beyblades – a type of spinning top toy by Hasbro based on the anime television series of the same name – have found a huge fan base here in Australia over the last several years, with kids collecting, trading and competing in mini tournaments in the school yard and beyond.
Now all of that practice could pay off in Sydney on the weekend of the 29th-30th September at the Play World event at the ICC, when little Beyblade enthusiasts could compete for a chance at a shot of World Champion.
Imagine that, you'd never be able to nag them about Beyblades all over the house again!
Play World promises to be the ultimate event for kids featuring kids' dream brands, like Nintendo, Star Wars, Beyblades, but also heaps and heaps of things to do & kids celebrities including Elly Awesome, YouTube stars Millie & Chloe, the Sydney Dance Company and more.
In addition to the Beyblade Championships, Play World will feature stage shows, slime making, dress ups, Code Camp, Paper Plane championships and much much more.
They're also running a competition called 'Create Your Own Play World' where kids can submit their wildest ideas online, so Play World can make your kids' dreams a reality.
Kids (via parents' Facebook) can submit a drawing or a video of what their ultimate Play World looks like and they will go in the draw to win awesome prizes plus become a member of Play World's Event Advisory Board.
Keen to head along? We've got FIVE family passes to give away! Each pass is valued at $105 (2 x adults, 2 x children))
Head to the Mother & Baby Facebook page and message us with the answer to this question: My ultimate event for kids would include …
T&Cs: Five winners will be chosen, each receiving a family pass to Play World on 29th-30th September. The prize cannot be redeemed for cash. This is a "Game of Skill" (contest) where the winner is judged on creativity. Open to Australian Residents Only.