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'He's the grandfather of Street Fighter to me'—Clip from upcoming FGC documentary explores the massive influence of Alex Valle

Main purpose of Street Fighter 5's beta is to test out online infrastructure; Sony key in assisting with cross platform play

"He's the grandfather of Street Fighter to me," Justin Wong states in black and white. Alex Valle is a household name for almost any FGC fan, but many aren't aware of just how grand his legacy really is. At a time where the U.S. didn't have a scene that could compete internationally, he was one of the few that stood above the rest of his counterparts.

Beyond just being a strong player, his community building efforts weren't rivaled until years later when Alex Jebailey would step forward to create Community Effort Orlando.

Fortunately, this upcoming documentary by Shankar Tablada, titled The Fighting Game Community, makes sure to give due time to one of the greatest trailblazers of our scene. Also, in case you missed it, check out the first trailer for it here.

Check out the clip below for today's history lesson.

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Bracket Reset #26 results ft. Problem X, Andreas, Hurricane237, Tyrant, Flawless Deku, Packz, Afii and more

Bracket Reset #26 results ft. Problem X, Andreas, Hurricane237, Tyrant, Flawless Deku, Packz, Afii and more London's representing as usual this week, with Bracket Reset #26 going live on UnequalledMedia's Twitch stream.

At this Ultra Street Fighter 4 event, you can expect to see KIG|Problem X, WSO|Andreas, BTM|Hurricane237, UM|Tyrant, Flawless Deku, Packz, Affi and more.

Hit the jump to check out the action.

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Cammy's evolution since her inception - check out how the Killer Bee has changed from Street Fighter 2 to Street Fighter 5

The official Street Fighter Twitter account has released another Street Fighter 5 trading card this time for Cammy.

Much like Birdie's card from yesterday, we get to see how the character has evolved since her first appearance. This card gives a comparative look at Cammy in Street Fighter 2 Turbo, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Street Fighter 4, and Street Fighter 5.

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We'll be sure to update our story once her Vine card goes live.

Which iteration of Cammy is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: Street Fighter on Twitter.

"I cannot beat NuckleDu to save my life" - Mike Ross and K-Brad discuss all manner of things on episode 18 of Capcom Pro Talk

A brand new episode of Capcom Pro Talk is up, and "Stone Cold" K-Brad joins Mike Ross to talk about CEO, EVO, the pressures of sponsorship, and many other topics. They also have their typical bouts against the audience, as Mike Ross tries to prove he is actually Mike Ross when K-Brand insists he's an imposter.

They also have an interesting discussion about top players in the United States, and the transition players experience between Street Fighter and Marvel, albeit with their fantastic humor.

What horror could happen to make Mike Ross throw his stick and leave? Find out after the jump.

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GordoRLZ embodies the zany nature of El Fuerte in this impressive compilation

I almost want to preface this with a "may cause seizures" warning simply because of the visually chaotic overload that is this El Fuerte player.

One of the greatest in Mexico and one of the top El Fuerte players in the world, DS|GordoRlz shows off some of his most impressive wins in this zany compilation.

Gordo runs circles around his opponent's minds with a controlled chaos that's both exciting and intimidating. Perhaps his most lethal trait, Gordo is able to consistently hit El Fuerte's incredibly difficult links, and do so online.

Take this sequence for example:

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Hit the jump for the full video.

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Next Level Battle Circuit #128 live stream ft. Ultra Street Fighter 4 and Mortal Kombat X

Next Level Battle Circuit #128 live stream ft. Ultra Street Fighter 4 and Mortal Kombat X It's Wednesday once again, so it's time for some great fighting game action from The Next Level in Brooklyn, New York.

The games being played tonight include Ultra Street Fighter 4 and Mortal Kombat X.

Brackets are available on The Next Level Challonge site. Hit the jump for the live stream.

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801 Strider is featured in nearly every moment, but who took the number one spot? See Capcom Fighter's top 5 moments from CEO 2015 here

From incredible game play across multiple titles to huge upsets and wild theatrics, CEO 2015 was one of the most hype tournaments of the year.

Capcom Fighters have selected their top five moments from the weekend and have organized them into another one of their Pro Tour count downs. Certainly it must've been hard to choose just five from this jam-packed event.

These count downs focus on the Capcom Pro Tour, so all of the moments here involve Street Fighter 4. Sorry in advance, but that means EG|K-Brad's Stone Cold entrance is disqualified.

Still, with amazing performances from players like MCZ|Mago, Kazunoko, MCZ|Daigo and others, this countdown is sure to entertain. Hit the jump to check out the list.

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Wednesday Night Fights season 2 finale results ft. Damdai, Wonder Chef, Alex Valle, Lap Chi and more

Wednesday Night Fights season 2 finale results ft. Damdai, Wonder Chef, Alex Valle, Lap Chi and more Updated: This story has been updated with results and a stream archive.

The top 16 players for Wednesday Night Fights Online are ready to play things out so we can crown this week's champions.

Both Mortal Kombat X and Ultra Street Fighter 4 will be featured tonight.

You can find the brackets on Challonge, so be sure to follow along with all the action as the tournament goes along. You can also check out last week's results here.

Hit the jump to view the live stream.

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Brand new Excellent Adventures features an all-star cast with Xian, Ricki Ortiz and Stone Cold K-Brad

Gootecks and Mike Ross have created a six-episode monster set of Excellent Adventures featuring RZR|Xian, EG|Ricki Ortiz and EG|K-Brad.

With this much talent packed into one sitting, things are sure to get hype. Just watching the preview, it looks like both Xian and K-Brad are ready to give Mike a hard time, which is always fun to watch.

This episode is currently available for subscribers, but you can download it for $3.99 and rent for $1.99 respectively on Friday. Since this episode is so long, they are going to be distributing each guest's set separately which will also be available Friday.

Hit the jump to see the preview.

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801 Strider clashes with Alex Myers in this behind the scenes first to five set at CEO 2015

After a wildly impressive performance at this year's CEO, 801 Strider has erased any doubt that he is a force to be reckoned with.

Using Abel, a character that is fairly uncommon in tournaments, Strider has taken out the likes of MCZ|Daigo, EG|Momochi and more in recent major performances. Today we have here a behind the scenes first to five set between Strider's Abel and Alex Myers' Sakura at CEO this past weekend.

Myers, who cracked the top 20 at the heavily-stacked major, is known for his high level Sakura play with his strong execution and seemingly unblockable set ups. Hit the jump below to see how things played out between these two killers from the West.

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801 Strider's incredible Falling Sky read, Smug and PR Balrog do battle: CEO 2015 USF4 replays ft. grand, winners, and losers finals

CEO 2015 has come and gone, and with it we were brought hours upon hours of amazing fighting game action.

Today, we have replays from the Ultra Street Fighter 4 top 8 from this year's event. Relive the action by checking out the winners, losers, and grand finals sets (and more), or catch it for the first time if you were unable to watch this past weekend.

To get you started, we have a quick highlight from the losers finals set between 801 Strider and EG|PR Balrog. In the third game of the set, 801 Strider found himself at a large life deficit, but one well-timed step kick was all he needed to recover. Watch the ridiculous Falling Sky to close out the round.

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Hit the jump to check out the CEO 2015 Ultra Street Fighter 4 top 8 matches.

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Mago's quadruple command throw comeback, Plup's ridiculous Sheik-uence, and where's Dieminion? - CEO 2015 finals day highlights

CEO 2015 has now concluded, and when we say that there have been a monstrous amount of exciting moments across all games... we mean it.

To catch them all, you'll have to watch the stream archives, however, if you want some of the most hype / our favorite moments from today's action, you've come to the right place.

This is our CEO 2015 finals day highlights story, and in it, you'll witness double KOs, near-perfects, insane comebacks, and much more.

Let's get started!

A double KO in top 8

During the Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- finals, FF|ElvenShadow went up against Doren2k twice in the top 8. In the second game of their first set, Doren2k clung to life with seemingly no health left in his life bar.

Despite those odds, he managed to battle back, mounting a strong comeback, or so he thought... Instead, both players' final attacks clashed for a hype double KO.

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Kazunoko: I feel the U.S. has caught up to Japan at this point in Ultra Street Fighter 4

After CEO 2015, Ryota Inoue, better known in the community as Kazunoko, participated in a short interview.

Mike Ross asked Kazunoko if he felt the level of play from American competitors in Ultra Street Fighter 4 was starting to match that of Japan, considering MCZ|Daigo, EG|Momochi and others Japanese players had been knocked out of the tournament.

"Yes, I definitely feel the U.S. has caught up to Japan at this point," said Kazunoko through a translator.

Inoue also had some kind words for Gustavo "801 Strider" Romero's Abel.

While Kazunoko has faced many different Abel players in Japan, 801 Strider's style was totally different from those people, he noted.

Out of all of the Abel players he's competed against, Strider had the most scary okizeme setups he's ever faced, said Kazunoko through a translator.

Source: Capcom Fighters Twitch page.

CEO 2015 results ft. Momochi, Daigo, Kazunoko, Tokido, GamerBee, Infiltration, Mago, Mango, Armada, Snake Eyez, Fuudo, Xiao Hai and more

CEO 2015 live stream ft. Momochi, Daigo, Kazunoko, Tokido, GamerBee, Infiltration, Mago, Mango, Armada, Snake Eyez, Fuudo, Xiao Hai, SonicFox and more

Updated: This story has been updated with final results for CEO 2015.

One of the biggest events of the year is finally upon us. This weekend, CEO 2015 will be taking place in Orlando, Florida, and it will feature a huge amount of known players competing in a large variety of games.

The game list includes Ultra Street Fighter 4 (for which this is a Capcom Pro Tour premier event), Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Mortal Kombat X, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Guilty Gear Xrd SIGN, Persona 4: Arena Ultimax, Killer Instinct, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Dive Kick.

As for players attending, the list is huge. You can expect to see EG|Momochi, MCZ|Daigo, Kazunoko, MCZ|Tokido, AvM|GamerBee, Infiltration, MCZ|Mago, C9|Mango, Alliance|Armada, Snake Eyez, RZR|Fuudo, Qanba|Xiao Hai, SonicFox, Bonchan, TSM|Leffen, Liquid|Hungrybox, Tempo|NYChrisG, ZeRo, PIE|Smug, YOMI|Dieminion, EG|Ricki Ortiz, TSC|CD Jr., Liquid|NuckleDu, Qanba|Dakou, TS|Arturo Sanchez, YOMI|ForeverKing, EG|K-Brad, EG|PR Balrog, CCG|Air, /r/Kappa|EX Pugera, VGP|Tom Brady, TSC|Sanford Kelly, 801 Strider, DL|Hamad, EH|Velociraptor, CTRL|RayRay, CEO|CJ Truth, EG|ChocoBlanka, Hsien Chang, Julio, DL|FourWude and many, many more.

Streaming duties are being handled by Capcom Fighters, Team Spooky, VGBootCamp, VGBootCamp2, FunkyP, CEO Gaming and Shin Tristan.

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Off-stream USF4 CEO 2015 matches feat. Daigo, Momochi, Xiao Hai, Alucard, Fuudo, ChrisG & Arturo - see how top players got eliminated

Team Spooky's Arturo "Sabin" Sanchez has been steadily uploading off-stream replays of the Ultra Street Fighter 4 tournament that happened at CEO 2015.

Players featured here include MCZ|Daigo, EG|Momochi, Qanba|Xiao Hai, CORN|Alucard, RZR|Fuudo, Tempo|NYChrisG, Qanba|Dakou and TS|Arturo Sanchez.

If you're curious how some of these players were eliminated, now you can check out the footage.

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