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From competition and customization to its many mechanisms,
the 25 year-history of Beyblade all began here.


Bakuten Shoot Beyblade released

Under the name "Next Generation Beigoma Battle Beyblade," 3 models including the Ultimate Dragoon were released. The history of Beyblade got its start here.

Manga "Bakuten Shoot Beyblade" began serialization
Rubber axis and other mechanisms introduced

Various mechanisms were introduced for the first time, such as the rubber axis used in the Dragoon Grip Attacker. They added depth to battles, and many were carried on into future series.


S-Series (Spin Gear System) introduced

Beyblades equipped with the Spin Gear System were introduced, beginning with the Dragoon S. They achieve balanced rotation and the first Left-Spin Beyblades.


TV anime "Bakuten Shoot Beyblade" began airing
Unique Beyblade models released

New Beyblades such as the Wolborg, Trygle, and Trypio were introduced. Even 25 years later, many of the mechanisms implemented here continue to be favorites.

F-Series introduced

With releases such as the dual carbonate Dragoon F and the full auto-clutch Tryger F, this series achieved even further evolution from the S-Series.

V-Series (Magne System) introduced

This series implemented the Magnacore System, which added magnets within the spin gears. Being repelled by the magnetic blocks in the Magnestadium curved the spin of Beyblades, adding new excitement to battle.


TV anime "Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002" began airing
Beyblade World Championship 2002 held

A world championship event was held in which a total of 6 tag-teams (1 each from South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the U.S.A., 2 from Japan) competed to be the greatest in the world.

V2 Series introduced

Beyblades were implemented with magnet-equipped Magnetic Weight Disks. In tandem with Magnacores, the mechanism enabled intense battles between attracted Beyblades or endurance matches between repelled ones, greatly increasing variety in competition.

"Bakuten Shoot Beyblade The Movie - Fierce Battle!! Takao VS Daichi" released in theaters
G-Series (Engine Gear System) introduced

Beyblades were imbued with the Engine Gear System, a drive mechanism which works with the same principle as a gear to charge the Beyblade's spinning power when triggered. With configurations to trigger just after shooting, when striking the opponent, or late in the battle, the system brought a new degree of strategy to battle.


TV anime Bakuten Shoot Beyblade G-Revolution began airing
GT Series introduced

This series featured new mechanisms that increased functionality of the Engine Gear and brought new possibilities for attack through parts such as the offense-boosting rubber axis and the reverse-spinning Reverse Engine Gear.

HMS Series (Heavy Metal System) introduced

The Heavy Metal System (HMS) Series strengthened the Attack Ring with metal while making it more compact, leading to more intense battles than ever before.


World Championship 2004 held

Held in New York's Times Square, the event invited Bladers from 10 countries and regions around the world to compete in white-hot battle.

By incorporating metal materials into the striking wheel parts,
Beyblade battles grew even more intense with these series.


Metal Fight Beyblade released

Beyblades were made customizable with 4 components: The face, wheel, track, and bottom. In the first series, Pegasis, Bull, Sagittario, and Leone were released.


The Beypointer device was released to accumulate digital Beypoints. After a battle, players can exchange the points through transmission with their Beypointers.

GanGan Stadium Beyta 1

A free-to-play Beyblade stadium. Players with their own Beyblade can play free of charge, challenging the stadium Beyblade to acquire Beypoints if they win.

Manga "Metal Fight Beyblade" began serialization
First Left-Spin Beyblade in Metal Fight Beyblade introduced

The initial model of L-Drago, the first Left-Spin Beyblade in Metal Fight Beyblade, is released. The distinct Left-Spin causes Beyblades to strike in opposite directions, making for exciting Beybattles.


Hybrid Wheel System introduced

By switching the wheel to a two-tiered Clear Wheel and Metal Wheel, top and bottom attack patterns are split, enabling a system for diverse battling and customization.

TV anime "Metal Fight Beyblade" began airing
Powerful Beyblades introduced

Numerous powerful Beyblades bring new intensity to the battle: The evolution of Left-Shift L-Drago, Lightning L-Drago, the mighty Defense Type, Earth Aquila, and the metal-axis Stamina Type, Burn Phoenix.


Hybrid Wheel System second year began

Formidable Beyblades were introduced including Galaxy Pegasis, evolution of the Pegasis line putting an emphasis on Right-Spin attacks, and Gravity Perseus, with its Dual-Spin mechanism.

Beypoint Card

The Beypoint Card imbedded with an IC chip was introduced, allowing point accumulation from WBBA events and Beyta 2, as well as point exchange for items like additional stickers, parts, and exclusives.

GanGan Stadium Beyta 2

Although functionally the same as Beyta 1, this improved version included Beypoint Card support. Beypoints could be accumulated through battle.

TV anime "Metal Fight Beyblade Baku" began airing
Beyblade Asia Championship 2010 held

The first international tournament of the Metal Fight Beyblade series was held. In it, 12 representatives selected from among Japan, South Korea, and Hong Kong battled for the title of Asia's number one Blader.

"Metal Fight Beyblade The Movie: VS The Sun - Sol Blaze, the Scorching Hot Invader" released in theaters
Innovation of the hand-spinning Left-Spin Beyblade

L-Drago was further powered up to feature rubber on its wheel, a function allowing the surprising option of spinning it by hand rather than using a launcher.

Maximum Series introduced

This series featured parts that were the number one in a certain category, providing immediate strength even without customization. The Beyblades boasted high-function parts for things like height, wheel diameter, and weight.


4D System introduced

"4D" represents the 4 D's: Different, Divided, Dynamic, and Deep. With the inclusion of the 4D Bottom, which fused the track and bottom, the Clear Wheel, which contained metal particles to boost weight, and the large mode-changing Metal Wheel, customization ability was boosted greatly.

TV anime "Metal Fight Beyblade 4D" began airing
4D System ultra-powerful mechanisms introduced

Including Beyblades such as Phantom Orion, with its auto-adjusting wheel Variares and 4D Bottom, and Diablo Nemesis, with its 3-tier automatically shifting bottom parts, this wave of Beyblades introduced a range of ultra-powerful mechanisms.

Beyblade Asia Championship 2011 held

On August 21st, 2011, 20 Bladers from 10 countries and regions of Asia took part in the intense battles of this international championship held in Kyoto, Japan.


Zero-G Series introduced

Use of the Zero-G Stadium, which sways along with the movements of Beyblades, brought a once unheard-of dimension to Beybattles. The Synchrome System, composed of an upper Crystal Wheel and lower Chrome Wheel, also changed things up.

Beyblade World Championship 2012 held

On March 25th, 2012, a world championship held in Toronto, Canada welcomed competitors qualifying from 25 countries and regions.

TV anime Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G began airing
Zero Series powerful Beyblades introduced

A number of Beyblades with ultra-powerful mechanisms joined the Zero Series, such as the Left-Spin Dark Knight Dragoon, the high centrifugal force Berserker Begirados, super attack-focused Samurai Pegasis, and the largest diameter Gladiator Bahamidia.

The "Burst" mechanism to break apart opponent Beyblades, the Beycloud System,
and other innovations were made with this series.


Beyblade Burst first series released

The first series with the Burst mechanism was implemented. In addition to the existing strategies of pushing your opponent outside or outlasting them, this series added the "Burst Finish," breaking apart the opponent. It realized the excitement of aggressive combat and thrilling, unpredictable battles.

Beycloud System

The Beycloud System made it possible for players to visualize their daily battling. The Beylogger, a tool attached to the launcher, recorded shoot strength and rotation numbers in battles and practice. It could also be used with the dedicated smartphone app, in-store Beypad, or free terminal. By recording details like Bladers' collected parts, tournament participation, and rankings, it became an essential record of players' growth. Activities generated the digital Beypoints, which were accumulated with play, giving Bladers the chance to acquire rare Beyblades.

Manga "Beyblade Burst" began serialization
Holy sword Xcalibur introduced

Xcalibur, one of the most memorable Beyblades in the Beyblade Burst series, was introduced. With its Burst-focused symmetrical design around the central sword and its high functionality, it brought new excitement to Beybattles.


Free store terminal implemented

This amusement terminal allowed free play for Bladers with their own Beyblades. Play was enabled by reading the NFC chip on the layer parts, and used a launcher device to shoot a Beyblade with the same physical action as in an actual Beybattle. In addition to accumulating Beypoints, players who won a random selection could receive a rare Beyblade from the terminal's built-in gacha dispenser.

Dual Layer Series introduced

With the clear Over Layer displaying the Layer Core, the more three-dimensional layers in this series created increased variety for Beybattles.

TV anime "Beyblade Burst" began airing
Powerful Dual Layer Series Beyblades introduced

Unique Beyblades such as Xeno Xcalibur, with its sudden striking power, and Zillion Zeus, which contained metal balls in its layer and tip, were introduced into play.

First Left-Spin Beyblade in Beyblade Burst introduced

The first Left-Spin Beyblade in Beyblade Burst, Lost Longinus, used metal parts on its layer for heavy attacks, striking hard against Right-Spin Beyblades. It also gave birth to the previously unheard of "low-speed burst" tactic of deliberately shooting lightly to burst an opponent's Beyblade with the opposite spin.


God Layer Series introduced

This series featured distinct mechanisms on all layers. The diverse attack mechanisms and implementation of the frame part attaching to the disc allowed disc customization for greater depth in Beybattles.

TV anime "Beyblade Burst God" began airing
Spin absorption mechanism Fafnir introduced

The Left-Spin Beyblade Drain Fafnir was released with rubber on its layer for spin absorption. This Beyblade's stamina in being able to defeat Right-Spin Beyblades even when spun by hand astounded Bladers.

God Series ultra-powerful Beyblades introduced

Beyblades such as Legend Spriggan, with its series-first Dual-Spin mechanism, Sieg Xcalibur, with an attack-strengthening metal sword, Nightmare Longinus, with the series-first integrated-disk layer, and Spriggan Requiem, with a collection of mechanisms central to the God Series drew new enthusiasm to the series.


Cho-Z Layer Series introduced

The Cho-Z Layer Series used metal parts on layers to raise all-around specs on the Beyblades. The weight of the metal caused more forceful collisions and intense Beybattles.

TV anime "Beyblade Burst Cho-Z" began airing
The invulnerable Revive Phoenix introduced

This Beyblade could purge its outer-layer Revive Armor when attacked by the opponent, continuing to spin undamaged using this surprising mechanism.

Numerous popular Beyblades evolve

Buster Xcalibur, Geist Fafnir, and other popular models join the Cho-Z Series with metal-infused layers.

Beyblade Burst World Championship 2018 held

On November 13th 2018, the world championship held in Paris, France welcomed Bladers qualifying from over 25 countries and regions.

Cho-Z Awakening Layer Series introduced

Three Beyblades were released with the Cho-Z Awakening mechanism, layers with an interior Burst Stopper that activates upon a strong shoot to prevent bursting: Cho-Z Valkyrie, Cho-Z Spriggan, and Cho-Z Achilles.


Gatinko Layer Series introduced

This series featured layers split into 3 parts: The Gatinko Chip, Weight, and Base, which could be freely switched and customized. The layer customization allowed more detailed tuning of Beyblade functionality, for greater variety in Beybattles.

Non-spinning Beyblade Wizard Fafnir introduced

This Beyblade with a Left-Spin flexible rubber layer could absorb spin from Right-Spin Beyblades even when stationary, letting it win with its impressive spin absorption.

Anime "Beyblade Burst GT" began streaming
Beyblade Burst Asia Championship 2019 held

On May 26th, 2019, 20 Bladers from 11 countries and regions of Asia took part in the intense battles of this international championship held in South Korea.

Gatinko Layer Series powerful mechanisms introduced

A variety of Beyblades are introduced, including Venom Diabolos, with the splitting mechanism of the Bullet Driver, Lord Spriggan, a balanced Beyblade with high all-around specs, and Union Achilles, on which the Union Sword can be removed from the base to change its performance.

Infinite lock, motorized driver, and other mechanisms introduced

Beyblades elevated the GT Layer Series to new heights, including Regalia Genesis and Prime Apocalypse, with the infinite lock function, Imperial Dragon, with a groundbreaking motorized driver, and Master Diabolos, with a reversible base to change spin direction and other properties.


Superking Layer Series introduced

Layers were released with new metal parts called chassis, a new system that boosted resilience with a low center of gravity. The chassis were available as a single chassis, and a double chassis integrated with the disk, expanding potential strategies.

Sparking Beylauncher made actual sparks

The Sparking Beylauncher, which produced sparks upon shooting, was released. The launcher emitted more sparks the stronger the shoot, and enabled stronger shooting than previous launchers.

Anime "Beyblade Burst Superking" began streaming
Evolved Beyblades from the Superking Series

Popular Beyblades from the history of the line appeared with increased specs through the Superking Layer System. The new addition of Variant Lucifer deployed a rubber blade when shooting, maintaining rock-solid defense to ward off attacks.

Limit Break System Beyblades introduced

This system introduced a mechanism linked to the layer's lock where the layer would convert its form and performance. It included Hyperion Burn, which raised offense through the blades that extended from it and the enlarged layer itself, Helios Volcano, which automatically converted and attacked as a bound blade, and Lucifer The End, which struck the opponent with intense smash power and became a freely spinning blade after conversion.


Dynamite Battle Layer Series introduced

A series composed of a DB Layer made up of the DB Core, Blade, and Armor, and the special DB Disc. These enabled Low Mode, which achieved explosive spin and attack power by setting an extremely low center of gravity. It could be switched to High Mode for variety in strategy by equipping all discs and attaching the blades at a high position.

Dynamite Belial "Dynamite Evolution"

Dynamite Belial allowed equipment of Evolution Gears that massively increased performance by strengthening all parts.

Anime "Beyblade Burst Dynamite Battle" began streaming
Popular Beyblades with DB Layer introduced

Fafnir, Valkyrie, Spriggan, Longinus, and other major Beyblades from the Burst Series were given the DB Layer. The modification provided by the DB Layer brought new heat to Beybattles.

Beyblades with Overdrive System introduced

The Overdrive System allowed Beyblades given a strong shoot to automatically convert in battle, changing the flow of battle with new offense or defense according to their conversion.


Burst Ultimate Layer Series introduced

This series implemented the BU Blade, a new pinnacle of unique abilities and functions, to greatly boost specs and customization. It was compatible with the DB Layer System, allowing it to be set to High Mode or Low Mode. When Divine Belial is fitted with the Evolution Gears, it's powered up to Ultimate Gear, signifying the amassed power of all past protagonists' Beyblades.

Popular Beyblades with BU Layer introduced

Gatling Dragon, Xiphoid Xcalibur, Zest Achilles, and other popular Beyblades of the Burst Series were reborn with the BU Layer. The Burst Series showed great excitement at this new peak of power.

Skateboarding has been recognized as an Olympic sport.
Games are a major source of sports.
The definition of sports is ever-changing.
What they all share is the ability to deliver excitement.

This is Beyblade is it approaches a sport.
Gears so sharp that your heart beats fast.
Strategy leading right up to the moment of the shoot.
The blood rushing through you beckons you toward victory.

Beyond over 20 years of evolution…
Where will this road take us?
We're headed toward a far-off future of excitement.
This is more than a game.

The series evolves into "Gear Sports," with the super-speed mechanism X-Dash
bringing intense speed and force to extreme battles.


Beyblade X Series introduced

Taking the competition and customization of the Bakuten Shoot Series, the intensely clashing Metal Blade of the Metal Fight Series, and the Burst mechanism from the Burst Series for nail-biting battles, this series added the super-speed mechanism X-Dash. 4 Beyblades were released as the Basic Line.

Evolved digital link

This system allows Bladers to accumulate digital Beypoints by linking the launcher-attached tool Battlepass with the Beyblade X app by Bluetooth. The app records Beyblade X shoot power and spin numbers, converting regular play into points. The more that Bladers play, the more points they accumulate, giving them chances to obtain rare Beyblades. Through digital linkage, Beyblade's essential analog appeal is given a new spin.

X-Over Project launched

To commemorate 25 years of Beyblade history, this project revives historic Beyblades from the line as part of Beyblade X. The first release, from Bakuten Shoot Beyblade, was Dranzer S, followed by Driger S. Other series are planned to follow.

Manga "Beyblade X" began serialization
Beyblade X Training Center opened for a limited time

To experience the Gear Sports of Beyblade, a training center was opened for a limited time in October of 2023. Representing Beyblade X as a sport, the event was held with the concepts of experiencing Beyblade like a light workout and letting adults gather to enjoy Beyblade as well.

TV anime "Beyblade X" began airing
High weight x speed Phoenix Wing introduced

This Beyblade features 3 heavy metal-coated blades and a bit with gears extending to its tip to ensure forceful X-Dash. It delivered new ferocity to the Beybattles of the Beyblade X Series.

Major tournament Extreme Cup G1 2023 held


Unique Line introduced

In contrast with the Basic Line that used metal launcher hooks for balance stability, this line focused metal on the outside of the blade to ensure unique performance. It added new depth to the Beyblade X battles of 2024.