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In 2019, we're continuing the Red Bull BC One E-Battles, a digital platform allowing B-Boys and B-Girls from all around the world to showcase their skills and grab a chance to battle in the Last Chance Cypher in Mumbai on November 7, where they can fight for the last open spot in the Red Bull BC One World Final. For each round, judges will vote for the videos based on the following criteria:

Originality · Creativity · Musicality · Technique · Performance

Enter the registration tab and complete your data, you will receive an email with your password and a link to complete your registration. When entering, you must complete some more data including your avatar. Finally, you can upload your video, no more than 60 seconds.

· Music must be turned on and cued from the beginning of the video

· One steady shot (no close-ups, no hand camera, no editing, no slo-mo)

· Video must be recent (produced after May 2019)

· Video has to show the dancer’s skills in breaking (no other dance style)

· Breakers to perform towards the camera

· The quality of the video recording will be considered

· Breakers must use music from the selection of tracks available on the E-Battles website

· For each round, the selected participants need to upload a new video

· Each video can be a maximum 60 seconds in length

· In the first stage, where the judges decide the 128 finalists, you can re-upload your video as many times as you want before the deadline, so be creative! You can always improve it! But for the rest of the competition, when the real battle starts, you won’t be able to re-upload your video, so the file you upload must be your final one, you must be sure about it, it’s your only shot!

    • June 24 - July 25
    • Application Phase
    • July 12
    • Meet The Judges
    • August 1
    • Meet the 128 Breakers selected to compete
    • August 3 - 6
    • New Uploads: Round of 128
    • August 3 - 6
    • Voting: Round of 128
    • August 11
    • Reveal Round of 64 brackets
    • August 12 - 15
    • New Uploads: Round of 64
    • August 18
    • Voting: Round of 64
    • August 19
    • Reveal Round of 32
    • August 21-24
    • New Uploads: Round of 32
    • August 27
    • Voting: Round of 32
    • August 28
    • Reveal Round of 16
    • August 30- September 2
    • New Uploads: Round of 16
    • September 5
    • Voting: Round of 16
    • September 6
    • Reveal Quarter-Finals Brackets
    • September 8-12
    • New Uploads – Quarter-Finals *
    • September 16
    • Voting – Quarter-Finals
    • September 16
    • Reveal Semi-Finals Brackets
    • September 18 - 21 *
    • New Uploads – Semi-Finals *
    • September 24
    • Voting – Semi-Finals
    • September 25
    • Reveal Finals Brackets
    • September 26-28
    • New Uploads – Finals *
    • September 30
    • E-Battles Winner Announcement
    • November 7
    • Last Chance Qualifier
    • November 9
    • Red Bull BC One World Final 2019

· How old do I need to be to participate?Breakers over 16 years old can participate in the competition.

· Can I change my account password? Yes, once logged in you can change your password in account settings.

· I registered, but I haven't received my confirmation email. What should I do? Send us an email at ebattles@redbullbcone.com from the email address you used to register.

· Can I change my video once I upload it?Yes, but only during the first stage of the competition (application phase) and up to one day before the deadline. In the second stage, you can only upload the video once.

· Who's on the voting jury?The jury members are listed in the Jury section of this website.

· Who can see my video?During the first stage (application phase), only the judges will see your video. In the second stage (battles), all battle videos will be public after the deadline.

· Can I watch my competitor's video before uploading my video?No, you can only watch the videos of the battles once they've finished.

INTACT

From the city of Kiev in Ukraine, B-Boy Intact is a member of Ruffneck Attack crew and has been breaking since he was 14 years old after seeing pictures of Breaking in a magazine. He then found a spot in Kiev and met other breakers, some of whom later became his crew, Ruffneck Attack. He is known and respected for his high-level of technical footwork, having won multiple footwork battles around the globe. When it comes to the importance of breaking in his life, Intact says: ‘Breaking is already a part of me, it just exists in me no matter what: my past, my now and my future!’

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LIL G

When dancing, Lil G’s focus is threefold: power, style, and rhythm. Known for his intricate, original power moves and transitions, the dancer brings with him extreme confidence that makes the most difficult moves look effortless. He began B-Boying at the age of 11, inspired by watching Venezuelan B-Boys Shadow and Cannon perform. Lil G describes his battle strategy as: “First be smart. Then go and bring the other B-Boy into your game!” His own rules for conduct while battling include never yelling at or touching his opponent, never biting the moves of other dancers and not getting in the middle of another B-Boy’s set when it’s not his turn.

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NARUMI

From Kyoto, Japan, B-Girl Narumi is a member of Body Carnival crew and started breaking when she was 20 years old. Narumi was taught by Ichigeki crew from Japan and sees originality as one of the most important aspects of breaking. In her own style, Narumi creates moves to show people her personality in the expression of her dance. Trying new things outside of breaking, plus making time for family and friends, are important to Narumi. For Narumi dance and personality are similar things and as you grow as a person, you can grow as a dancer.

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