[2017-07-10] Just Dance World Cup Announce Header


07/10/2017 03:30 PM

Ubisoft is thrilled to announce that the Just Dance® World Cup is back for its 4th year. The competition is open to all Just Dance players worldwide and online qualifications begin Sunday, July 16 at 4pm PST on the World Dance Floor.

The online qualification period for this year’s competition will run over 7 Sundays between July 16 and September 3. Each session will contain these 8 songs:

  • Bailar – Deorro Ft. Elvis Crepo
  • Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It) – Beyoncé
  • Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen
  • Sorry – Justin Bieber (Alternate Version)
  • Don’t Wanna Know – Maroon 5
  • Hips Don’t Lie – Shakira Ft. Wyclef Jean
  • Cake by the Ocean – DNCE
  • Scream & Shout – will.i.am Ft. Britney Spears (Alternate Version)

Dancers can compete on Wii U™, Xbox One, and PlayStation®4 and can score via their console camera, the Just Dance Controller smartphone app, or any compatible motion controller.

The schedule goes as follows to join the World Dance Floor in the United States, which is 7 of the 18 time slots happening around the world.

  • July 16 @ 4pm PST
  • July 23 @ 4pm PST
  • July 30 @4pm PST
  • August 6 @4pm PST
  • August 20 @4pm PST
  • August 27 @4pm PST
  • September 3 @4pm PST
Just Dance World Cup Time Slots

All are welcome to participate in any of the time slots that fit their schedule. Sessions are happening in 3 different time zones so players can participate at a time that works for their location. Players can participate in as many sessions as they want. The highest score at the end of the sessions will be their final score.

Outside of the United States and Canada, multiple countries will be following the online qualifications with a live offline event. All countries hosting an offline qualification will have to allow their country’s champion from the online sessions to compete live, to ultimately find the grand country champion who will attend the World Finals. The countries must arrange for the online champion to travel to the live event. Stay tuned for more info on these events. All will be happening after September 3.

Just Dance World Cup Online Qualifiers

From the Qualifications, 17 players will be flown to Paris for the Finals that will take place February 2018. They will face off against each other, along with Umutcan Tütüncü; the 2017 World Champion of the Just Dance World Cup, who will be back to defend his title.

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