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World Chase Tag 6 France featured 8 mixed teams and 4 women’s teams battling it out in 2 divisions to claim the prestigious French Champion title. Among the mixed teams were Urban Corp Mamba, Kimeo, Blacklist, The Crow, Blast, Parkour59, No Joke, and West Coast Family. The women’s teams included Kimeo Volt, Urban Corp Nano, Parkour59, and West Coast Family.
The competition was structured into two open division groups.
Group A consisted of
While Group B included :
• West Coast Family
• The Crow
The tournament started with a round-robin format, where every team competed against each other, showcasing their parkour skills and agility.
After the round-robin stage, the stakes were raised as the best team from Group A faced the second-best team from Group B, and vice versa. This intense face-off kept the audience on the edge of their seats as the athletes displayed their acrobatic prowess and strategic brilliance. Bursting with energy and suspense, the competition reached a crescendo, providing an enthralling experience for participants and viewers alike.
The popularity of World Chase Tag has soared in recent years, drawing the attention of renowned sports networks. L’EquipeTV in France 🇫🇷 and ESPN in the USA 🇺🇸 have already announced that they will air the competition in 2023. This exposure is set to propel World Chase Tag into the global spotlight, attracting a broader audience to the sport. The French version welcomed Charles Poujade & Mélanie Bufetaud as commentator and host alongside Adrien Courouble. The English version will see 3 time World Champion & Marrero Gang team captain Greg Ball with Dan Dawson.
World Chase Tag 6 France was an adrenaline-fueled extravaganza, showcasing the dedication and talent of the participating athletes. The event’s exhilarating format, combined with the breathtaking skills of the competitors, made it a memorable experience for everyone involved.
World Chase Tag® is the world’s first and only global competitive Tag organisation.
World Chase Tag® was formed by Christian Devaux in 2012 after a game of Tag with his son in their back garden. A year later, he was joined by his brother, Damien, and together they set about turning the oldest game into the newest sport. From organising casual meet-ups in Hyde Park, within a few years they were hosting international competitions with some of the world’s best Parkour athletes and Ninja Warrior competitors.
World Chase Tag® is responsible for creating a standardised competitive playing arena & set of rules / formats which has allows athletes from around the world to train & compete in international competitions.
World Chase Tag® (WCT) events are divided into three tiers – National Championships, Continental Championships and World Championships.
There were 8 mixed teams and 4 women’s teams competing in World Chase Tag 6 France.
The event was held during Twitchcon in Paris on the 8th & 9th of July, 2023.
L’EquipeTV in France and ESPN in the USA have announced their plans to broadcast the event.
The competition featured two open division groups, with teams facing off in a round-robin tournament before advancing to the knockout stages.
The results are not disclosed until the first TV broadcast in October 2023.
The cash prizes are equal in both divisions (Mixed & Women).
The winning team gets 4.000€ and a spot at WCT6 World Championship
The 2nd best team gets 2.000€ and a spot at WCT6 World Championship
The 3rd best team gets 1.000€
Dates are not known yet but teams are advised to be ready for the end of 2023/beginning of 2024.
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