Big Buck World Championship qualifiers underway this month

Shaggy August 6, 2010 4

Hot on the tails of the 2010 DDR US Championship announcement comes another tournament that already has established it’s legs as an annual event with 2010 as the third year the event will be taking place. The Big Buck World Championships are now going through their qualifier phase as well, where players can compete on any online-enabled Big Buck Safari or Big Buck Hunter Pro machine. The grand prize you’ll be aiming for if you participate: $10,000. According to the BBS official website, here is what the top players of the regionals can expect:

It all starts with a revamped Online Qualifying Tournament that runs August 1st – 29th. The top 16 in each region will be invited to Chicago for our first-ever 2-day World Championship Weekend on October 1st and 2nd.

All four of the Regional Finals will be held on October 1st followed by the 2010 World Championship on October 2nd. If you’ve never attended the World Championship, you owe it to yourself to make this your first. Beyond the Big Buck games, the tournament, the Big Buck Girls, and the huge prizes, this event is created with you, our players, in mind.

It’s a huge party that allows players from across the country to meet, eat, and drink. Whether you win or lose, you will not walk away from the weekend disappointed.

And let’s not forget that $10,000 top prize! You can start your quest for it at your nearest online game this August.

If you want to find a location near you, all of the online-enabled machines can be found on these sites: Big Buck Safari Location Tracker / Big Buck Hunter Pro Location Tracker

Here’s a video from last year’s tournament


  1. Nomax August 6, 2010 at 1:29 pm - Reply

    It’s called “World Championship”, but is there any online enabled machine outside the USA?

    • Shaggy August 6, 2010 at 4:10 pm - Reply

      I’m looking into that and will find out for you

  2. Brenton August 10, 2010 at 3:21 am - Reply

    Hey Nomax, in answer to your question there is only 1 international competitor and they are from Australia, there is a 3-4 month long comp they run to decide the Australian champion.

    Last year there was 1 Australian competitor for the Safari world comp and the Pro comp was purely all american.

    This year there will be one Australian competitor in both the Big Buck Pro and Big Buck Safari Comp.

    • Nomax August 10, 2010 at 9:50 am - Reply

      Thank you very much for your reply!

      Hopefully it will become even more international next time… 😉

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