HADO

HADO

HADO is the first-ever physical esport in the world using Augmented Reality (AR) technology.

Unlike Virtual Reality (VR), HADO players aren’t restricted by the cumbersome cables, controllers, and screens required to navigate virtual environments.

HADO players run freely within real-world arena battles, wearing wireless head mounted displays and wrist motion sensors, using only gestures to unleash super powered projectiles on opponents.

ATTACK

ATTACK

Energy Ball

Raise your arm to first charge and then throw energy balls. When you run out of energy balls, raise your arm again to re-charge and create a new supply.

DEFEND

DEFEND

The Shield

Deploy shields by lowering your arm to charge, and then quickly raise it. The shield will block your opponent’s energy balls while its strength holds. Once a shield runs out of power, you’ll need to repeat the shield charging process.

DODGE

DODGE

Kinetic

Dodge incoming energy balls thrown by the competition from across the court. When all four of your life “petals” are knocked out, it’s scored as a point for the other team.

TEAMWORK

TEAMWORK

Strategy

When playing in two vs. two, three vs. three team competitions, your game strategy becomes even more important. You’ll need to continually coordinate with your teammate(s), and react to the competition’s moves.

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The Arena

The HADO standard court dimensions are 19.7 feet by 26.4 – 32.9 feet, and surrounded by wall art that orientates the game’s augmented reality graphics.

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The HADO™ WORLD CUP Tournament

HADO™ is the world’s first “Techno Sports” in which the real-world arena, teammates and opponents fuse seamlessly with the sport’s augmented reality energy balls and shields.

Each year the HADO™ WORLD CUP is held in Japan to determine the greatest HADO™ player/team in the world.

The HADO™ WORLD CUP field is expanding, as the top players/teams from the US will be invited to participate in next year’s competition.

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