I’m really wanting to compete, do all competitors have to do tryouts and can you be any nationality?
All competitors have to do tryouts, and foreign competitors from any country can take part in tryouts . Usually there will be a special tryout for foreign competitors in Binh Duong, however, I haven't received any official information about that yet.
SASUKE 34 Guessing Game - 3rd Place (209 points) SASUKE 35 Guessing Game - 14th Place (288 points)
2. APPLICATION SUBMISSION FOR VIETNAMESE CONTESTANTS
2. 1. Option 1: Send documents by post to: Program “No Limits - Sasuke Vietnam” - Department of Ideas and Events, VTV3 - Vietnam Television, 43 Nguyen Chi Thanh Str., Ngoc Khanh ward, Ba Dinh Dist., Hanoi.
2. Option 2: Submit application documents on the date of finale round. 3. TIME OF THE FINALE IN BINH DUONG
Post by Sitthideth Keophothong on Apr 5, 2018 16:03:33 GMT -5
New Update for SASUKE Vietnam Season 4:
- The format of Binh Duong final will be change (and strange): There will be a Group round, a Play-Off round (it is called a Ranking round in Vietnamese) and a Final Round. The fanpage did not provide any further information for these changes.
Based on how these rounds were called in Vietnamese, I guess that in the Group round will be similar to the Group stage in sport competitions such as FIFA World Cup, and it will be a Ninja vs. Ninja round (many game shows in Vietnam have Group round like that), the Play-Off round will be used to determine the best 100 competitors and their saddle-cloth numbers (similar to many vocal competitions in Vietnam), and the final round will be the four stages in Midoriyama.
- Many competitors decided to boycott the competition. Some competitors are even more insidious: they decided to go to Binh Duong, clear the First Stage and then boycott the Second Stage. Le Van Thuc (SASUKE Vietnam Season 2's champion) received an invitation to the "Second Stage boycott", and according to some of his comments, he did not make up his mind yet. (I feel there is about 30% chance that Le Thuc will join the boycott).
Post by penguincatfish on Apr 23, 2018 23:14:27 GMT -5
It's good to know the Internationals don't have to do the fitness tests. One of the big worries I had about last season is that you would spend $1,000 - $2,000 on tickets to be there for two weeks and end up not qualifying for the course because of their arbitrary cutoffs.
Still worried about how those extra rounds work out, or if they decided to drop it. We'll see in a few days.