Megabots Plans Giant Fighting Robot Tournament In 2018

Posted: Nov 16 2017, 10:49am CST | by , in News | Technology News

Megabots Plans Giant Fighting Robot Tournament in 2018

The Megabots team is ready to take giant robot fights to next level, but needs your help.

MegaBots announced the Giant Fighting Robot Tournament for 2018. Since challenging Suidobashi, dozens of robotics teams from all over the world have told Megabots that they want to fight us next. The are getting their chance in a tournament the world has not seen before.

To make the giant robot tournament a reality, the help of fans is once again needed. Megabots launched a new crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter with the goal to raise $950,000. "This is our best shot at creating the sports league a generation has dreamed about as kids.” Says MegaBots CEO, Gui Cavalcanti. “It’s do or die at this point."

The campaign seeks to raise funds needed to book an arena, bring teams from all over the world together for the first ever live giant fighting robot tournament, and continue pursuing the R&D needed to increase the performance of giant fighting robots. MegaBots will be producing this live, unscripted, streamed event in Q4 2018, and are pre-selling tickets now to raise the funds needed for logistics and production efforts.

You can support the new Megabots Kickstarter campaign here.

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