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Dutch Robot Games I was the first International robot combat competition held in The Netherlands. It was held on the RC Indoor Winter Spectacle in IJsselhallen, Zwolle from 22nd-23rd December 2001. It took place in an arena that consisted of heavy metal crash-barriers and a wooden floor, 10 by 12 meters across so that it was strong enough to contain Heavyweights. To keep robots from flying out, car tyres were hung around it, which proved to be both effective and necessary. After three months of preparations, the entire arena and pits area was built within two days.

Unlike the Dutch Series of Robot Wars that took place in the UK, the Dutch Robot Games were seen as an initiative by dutch roboteers to organize live event robot games for audiences, and therefore, were not televised.

The first Dutch Robot Games featured three main competitions, the Dutch Championship for the Dutch entrants, the UK Championship for the British entrants and the International Championship that featured Belgian and German entrants competing alongside the British and Dutch entrants. The side events consisted of several melees and grudge matches and Robo Rugby that was contested by two pairs of British entrants.

Dutch Championship Edit

The Dutch Championship featured 8 robots in a straight knock-out competition.

Round Competing Robots Winner
Eliminators Alien Destructor vs ODT-001 Alien Destructor
Arena Killer vs Scraptosaur Arena Killer
Lethal Swan vs Lizzard Lethal Swan
Enderbot vs Flextreme Flextreme
Semi-Finals Alien Destructor vs Lethal Swan Alien Destructor
Arena Killer vs Flextreme Flextreme
Final Alien Destructor vs Flextreme Alien Destructor

UK Championship Edit

The UK Championship consisted of 12 British robots contesting 3 Heats and 1 Semi-Final, each featuring 3 1-on-1 battles before a 3-way final battle for the title.

Round Competing Robots Winner
Heat A Bigger Brother vs Barbaric Response Bigger Brother
Napalm 2 vs Wolverine Wolverine
Storm vs Grim Reaper Storm
Heat B Tornado vs Roobarb Tornado
M2 vs Dantomkia M2
Stinger vs Tiberius 2 Tiberius 2
Semi-Finals Tornado vs Bigger Brother Tornado
Wolverine vs M2 Wolverine
Storm vs Tiberius 2 Tiberius 2
Final Tornado vs Tiberius 2 vs Wolverine Wolverine

International Championship Edit

The International Championship ran to the same format as the Dutch Championship and featured 8 robots from the Netherlands, the UK, Belgium and Germany.

Round Competing Robots Winner
Eliminators Lizzard

(Netherlands)

vs Stinger

(United Kingdom)

Lizzard

(Netherlands)

Philipper

(Belgium)

vs Golem

(Germany)

Philipper

(Belgium)

Enderbot

(Netherlands)

vs Bigger Brother

(United Kingdom)

Bigger Brother

(United Kingdom)

Alien Destructor

(Netherlands)

vs Tornado

(United Kingdom)

Alien Destructor

(Netherlands)

Semi-Finals Lizzard

(Netherlands)

vs Bigger Brother

(United Kingdom)

Bigger Brother

(United Kingdom)

Philipper

(Belgium)

vs Alien Destructor

(Netherlands)

Alien Destructor

(Netherlands)

Final Bigger Brother

(United Kingdom)

vs Alien Destructor

(Netherlands)

Bigger Brother

(United Kingdom)

Robo Rugby Edit

Barbaric Response and Stinger vs Grim Reaper and Roobarb

Winners: Grim Reaper and Roobarb

Melees Edit

Competing Robots Winners
Barbaric Response vs Grim Reaper vs Roobarb Roobarb
Dantomkia vs Flextreme vs Lethal Swan Dantomkia
M2 vs Stinger vs Tiberius 2 Tiberius 2
Flextreme vs Lethal Swan vs ODT-001 Lethal Swan

Grudge Matches Edit

Competing Robots Winners
M2 vs Stinger M2
Philipper vs Pulverizer Philipper
Infinity vs Twisted Metal Twisted Metal
Lizzard vs Scraptosaur Scraptosaur
Lizzard vs Philipper Lizzard
Arena Killer vs Twisted Metal Arena Killer
Pulverizer vs Scraptosaur Scraptosaur
Alien Destructor vs Arena Killer Arena Killer

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