About YoYoRaven

Why are we called YoYoRaven?

The raven is a very distinguishable bird that most can recognize globally. They sit and observe, leaving them a lot of time to assess.
This matches our vision.

Our Mission

YoYoRaven is a Hungary based worldwide yoyo webstore founded in 2011 by Vilmos Zoltan Kiss, Hungarian National Champion and One Drop team member.

Cooperating with manufacturers we offer the yoyo players quality products what makes them professional.
To bring together the yoyo community, we organize contests, sponsor local and international events and provide news through the social media.
Using our many years experience as a professional we help talented local players to reach their goals in the competitive aspects of yoyoing.
In the past 5 years we have grown to be one of the well-known European online stores, delivering to more than 45 countries all around the globe.

Our Vision

The following keywords describe what YoYoRaven represents and its contribution to the yoyo community.

Connections
Worldwide connections make the yoyo community innovate from time to time, therefore YoYoRaven makes it happen for the players to get in touch with the industry’s finest brands.

Quality
Our aspire is to provide hand-picked models which we think a player would be satisfied with.

Passion
Our passion for skilltoys drives us to share them with people and inspire them to do creative activities.

Support
The player comes first. Our support contains not just personal advisory to find the most suitable product for the player, or how to improve, but we also assist contest organizer teams to share our experience in running an enjoyable event.

Events We Sponsored

We are happy to support some of the best yoyo events around the world. If you need help organizing your contest or want some prizes for competitors please write us an email with your idea and we will try do our best to aid you.

In 2016

  • Campeonato Mexicano de YoYo (Mexico)
  • EHYYC – East Hungarian YoYo Contest
  • NYC – North YoYo Contest (Czech Republic)
  • RYC – Rakovnicky YoYo Contest (Czech Republic)
  • BAC – Bay Area Classic (San Fransisco, USA)
  • UK National YoYo Contest (London)
  • Budapest Throwdown
  • CEYY – Spanish YoYo Nationals (Madrid)
  • Krakow YoYo Battle
  • SYN – Slovakian YoYo Nationals
  • Bulgarian YoYo Nationals
  • HNYC – Hungarian National YoYo Contest
  • PYYN – Polish YoYo Nationals (Warsaw)

In 2015

  • EYYC – European YoYo Championship (Cracow)
  • RYC – Rakovnicky YoYo Contest (Czech Republic)
  • EHYYC – Eeast Hungarian YoYo Contest
  • NYC – North YoYo Contest (Czech Republic)
  • BAC – Bay Area Classic (San Fransisco, USA)
  • UK National YoYo Contest (London)
  • Riverside Classic YoYo Contest
  • KYC – Kaspersky YoYo Contest (Czech Republic)
  • CDF – French YoYo Nationals (Paris)
  • Budapest YoYo Throwdown
  • ASYN – Austrian-Slovakian Nationals (Bratislava)
  • HNYC – Hungarian National YoYo Contest
  • PYYN – Polish YoYo Nationals (Katowice)

In 2014

  • EYYC – European YoYo Championship (Budapest)
  • BAC – Bay Area Classic (San Fransisco, USA)
  • OSG 15 YoYo Contest
  • SFYC – September Fest YoYo Contest (Hungary)
  • CEYY – Spanish YoYo Nationals (Tres Cantos)
  • SYN – Slovakian YoYo Nationals (Bratislava)
  • CDF – French National YoYo Championship (Nantes)
  • MYYB – Hungarian National YoYo Contest
  • AYYC – Austrian YoYo Contest (Wien)
  • RYC – Russian Yoyoing Competition (Moscow)
  • PYYN – Polish YoYo Nationals (Katowice)

In 2013

  • EYYC – European YoYo Championship (Budapest)
  • MAZAK – Majstrovstva západného Slovenska (Slovakia)
  • Broken Fingers SPb YoYo Contest (Russia)
  • EHYYC – Eeast Hungarian YoYo Contest
  • SYN – Slovakian YoYo Nationals (Bratislava)
  • AYYC – Austrian YoYo Contest (Wien)
  • CDF – French National YoYo Championship (Paris)
  • MYYB – Hungarian National YoYo Contest
  • WFC International 4 x Polish YoYo Nationals (Crakow)

In 2012

  • EYYC – European YoYo Championship (Prague)
  • NYYC – NewYear YoYo Contest (Slovakia)
  • ESYC – East Slovakian YoYo Contest (Slovakia)
  • MAZAK – Majstrovstva západného Slovenska (Slovakia)
  • MER – Mideast Regional YoYo Contest (Plymouth, USA)
  • Sopron International YoYo Contest
  • EHYYC – Eeast Hungarian YoYo Contest
  • SYN – Slovakian YoYo Nationals (Bratislava)
  • MYYB – Hungarian National YoYo Contest
  • WFC International 3 (Cracow)

In 2011

  • EHYYC – Eeast Hungarian YoYo Contest
  • MYYB – Hungarian National YoYo Contest
  • WFC – Winter Freestyle Competition (Poland)