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April 24-26

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Compete to win part of the $15,000CAD pool and a chance at
the 2020 World Axe Throwing Championship!

We will be holding the second WATL Canadian Open Tournament this year! The thrill of victory and rush of adrenaline you get when you sink a bullseye and hear your friends screaming your name will be etched into your brain for eternity!

Who will be the Canadian Champion and claim the ring?

It may be YOU!

The tournament will host all three styles of league play, Standard, Duals, and Big Axe! All to be featured on ESPN for the first time ever!

Prizes

Standard League

1st - $7500 CAD

2nd - $1750 CAD

3rd - $750 CAD

4th - $500

5th-8th - Ace of Spades & Corporal Axe

Big Axe League

1st - $1500 CAD

2nd - $500 CAD

3rd - $250 CAD

4th - Ace of Spades OR Corporal Axe

Duals

1st - $1500 CAD

2nd - $500 CAD

3rd - $250 CAD

4th - Ace of Spades OR Corporal Axe

2020 World Axe Throwing Championship

Location

Where:

Bad Axe Throwing

321 Weber St N

Waterloo, ON N2J 3H8

Directions

Friday, April 24th

12 pm -6 pm

Paid Walk-In Axe Throwing

5 pm -6 pm

Official Check in

7 pm

Big Axe Tournament

SATURDAY, April 25th

9 am 

Standard League Tournament Starts

5 pm 

Duals Tournament Starts

SUNDAY, April 26th

2 pm

Tournament Finals on ESPN

Initial registration is FREE. Eligible competitors who win the lotto draw to attend will be sent invoices.

Tournament pricing:

$90 CAD - Standard Tournament

$50 CAD/person - Duals Tournament

$50 CAD/person - Big Axe Tournament

Register Now!

This tournament will be in Waterloo, ON!

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