Playlists for both the 2018 Canadian National Championship and the 2019 Spectrum @ UofS event are now uploaded! Head to the Past Events & Videos page to watch!
Did you see Kilobots XLI at Spectrum last weekend?? Does fighting robots look fun, but you’re not quite sure how to get into it? This is it – the workshop that finishes with you holding your very own Viper 1lb combat robot, ready to compete in the next Kilobots event! <Link removed to past event> ...
We just got ourselves a new promo video, so next time somebody asks what is a Kilobots event, point them to here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xj2LX5vSYkY (Also embedded on out About page.)
Check out our Past Events videos page or go straight to YouTube to watch the TV show of Day 2! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlgiP7VyG_iB-Ye7ga299AJ42wo_8zbZ1
The Kilobots XXXV TV show is now airing on SaskTel MaxTV Local On Demand, until March 2, 2017. Grab your popcorn, this time ALL the fights are being shown from start to finish!
What a different event! We had a lower turnout than usual for veteran builders, but a HUGE influx of new rookie teams! It’s the first time in our history that the rookie class has had more entries than either masters class. By the sound of it, most of the new teams had a blast and ...
The Kilobots XXXIV tournament is no longer on SaskTel Max On-Demand but it is already up on their YouTube Channel. It only contains Sunday’s fights so check out our Past Events page for every fight organized by weight class. (Click “Read More” for links)
Congratulations everyone on another successful event! The Sask Expo marked their attendance at just over 15300 people, and going by the mass of never ending people surrounding the Kilobots arena, I’d say most of them stopped by to watch at least a few fights! Watch the Past Events page for fight videos to start going ...
We hosted a Kilobots Lite event at the Centre Mall on March 7-8. If you missed it, we filmed all the fights and composed two playlists for your entertainment pleasure! (Read more for links.)
Travis Schmidt has created a compilation video from slow-motion footage taken at Kilobots Lite 2013 (last month), and it’s awesome to see some of the devastating hits frame-by-frame!