What is World Supremacy Battlegrounds?
It’s an international street dancing competition. The World Supremacy Battlegrounds (WSB), has attracted thousands of dancers from all over the world.
WSB has evolved into a platform for young dancers from around the world to showcase their talents. The main goal is to empower, lead, and inspire the next generation.
The expansion of street dance throughout the world has been aided by the mainstreaming of hip-hop culture in popular culture. At WSB, music, dancing, and fashion have all evolved into a way of life that is embraced and celebrated.
WSB was founded in July 2004 by Marco Andre Solorio. Battlegrounds” took place at Essendon, Victoria, where Sydney and Melbourne were pitted against each other in a state-versus-state showdown.
Seven sailors from each side faced off against each other in a head-to-head battle. Rewind from Melbourne was the top-scoring crew, while Sydney prevailed 5–2 in the overall State battle.
Battlegrounds quickly became popular in Australia, New Zealand, and the Philippines. As it continued to develop, the tournament was dubbed World Supremacy Battlegrounds.
As of 2016, World Supremacy Battlegrounds has created a presence on six continents after just sixteen years in business. There have been a number of crews from around the world participating in the WSB over the past ten years.
These crews have come from countries such as Singapore; Japan; Malaysia; Indonesia; Canada; South Africa; Ecuador; Sierra Leone; USA; Germany; Netherlands; France; UK; Solomon Islands; China; Korea; and Guam.
Dancers and artists alike have found a premier stage at our fun-for-the-whole-family event. WSB has helped an increasing number of world-class dancers and choreographers earn notoriety, experience, and exposure to a global audience.