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Manchester Battle Arena - Warrior's Return 3 results and stream archive featuring Ryan Hart, Problem X and more - USF4 and TTT2 tournament

Updated: This story has been updated with results.

This weekend, we've got a strong event going on in Manchester, UK, featuring DIG|Ryan Hart, CG|Problem X and many other up and coming players from the United Kingdom.

The event has tournaments in Ultra Street Fighter 4 and Tekken Tag Tournament 2, and promises some really strong match footage. Below, you can find the livestream, courtesy of SaikyoRB.

Wednesday Night Fights 2014 2.14 results, archive ft. Snake Eyez, Alex Valle, Marq Teddy, Brentt, Veloc1raptor, and more

Wednesday Night Fights 2014 2.14 results, archive ft. Snake Eyez, Alex Valle, Marq Teddy, Brentt, Veloc1raptor, and more Another installment of Wednesday Night Fights took place last night and streamed live from Walnut, California.

Ultra Street Fighter 4, Injustice: Gods Among Us, and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 are the games that were played yesterday.

Players that competed included RG|Snake Eyez, NLG|Marq Teddy, LU|Alex Valle, Veloc1raptor, NGL|Brentt, Gootecks, FRQ|FilipinoMan, and more.

Challonge brackets are posted here, and you can view last week's winners in our previous story.

Estimated prize payouts for EVO 2014's main games - breakdowns for top 8

With EVO 2014 taking place next weekend, you're probably wondering exactly what's at stake this year. Luckily, an Imgur user by the name of acekingoffsuit recently posted estimated prize payouts for each of the main games on the EVO lineup.

These numbers were calculated using the number of reported entrants per game, the amount sent to the prize pot for each entrance fee ($10), any additional pot bonuses, and the official EVO prize structure.

Below you can find the estimated totals for all of the main EVO 2014 games.

Total estimated prize pots:

Ultra Street Fighter 4: $29,790
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3: $10,140
Super Smash Bros. Melee: $9,700
Blazblue Chrono Phantasma: $35,080
Killer Instinct: $13,380
King of Fighters 13: $3,190
Injustice: Gods Among Us: $3,110
Tekken Tag Tournament 2: $7,570

EVO 2014 beta brackets are out; pending review

The pool brackets for EVO 2014 are out!

Well, the beta brackets, at least. These brackets are subject to change, as Mr Wizard and the EVO 2014 organising committee are currently soliciting feedback from EVO 2014 to make sure that everything checks out.

Which pool of players are you in? And, more important, which pool of players are notable players in?

EVO 2014 breaks record for registrations, full rundown of numbers for all games

EVO 2014 will be bigger than ever, as Tony "Ponder" Cannon released the registration numbers for all of the games in the lineup this year on Twitter.

Ultra Street Fighter 4, not surprisingly, leads the way but you can find the rest of the list below.

EVO 2014 takes place next weekend in Las Vegas, July 11-13, 2014.

CEO 2014 results, stream archive, battle logs ft. Justin Wong, Ryan Hart, Infiltration, PR Balrog, Momochi, Dieminion, K-Brad, ChrisG, Armada and more

Update: This story has been updated with final results for CEO 2014.

The time is finally here for some more rumbling in the ring, with the massive Capcom Pro Tour premier event CEO 2014 taking place in Orlando, Florida.

Names expected to be present at the event include EG|Justin Wong, DIG|Ryan Hart, Infiltration, EG|PR Balrog, EG|Momochi, EMP|Dieminion, EG|K-Brad, EG|Ricky Ortiz, GG|NYChrisG, EMP|IFC Yipes, C9|Mango, EMP|Armada, Crs|Hungrybox, EG|ChocoBlanka and many more.

The event also features special guests Akimo, Nishikin and Dunhill from Japan, who have been flown out to the tournament by Twitch.tv.

Games to be played at the event include Ultra Street Fighter 4, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Injustice: Gods Among Us, BlazBlue: Chronophantasma, Killer Instinct, King of Fighters 13, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Soul Calibur 5, Project M, Persona 4: Arena, Capcom vs. SNK 2 and DiveKick.

Below, you'll find livestreams and a schedule for the event.

Watch Ryu make funny faces as he tells you why he's going to Shadowloo Showdown V; epic trailer ft. Kyle Herbert (voice of Ryu)

Shadowloo Showdown V is taking place from August 29 to 31 at the CQ Hotel in Melbourne, Australia.

And to tell you why you should consider making a trip there (or at least, reserve the weekend for watching the stream at home), tournament organiser Shadowlogic has brought out some very big guns.

They've recruited to their cause someone that even the almighty M. Bison could never bring over to his side.

I'm referring to, Mr. Street Fighter himself. The man. The legend. The protagonist. Ryu.

Check out the trailer for Shadowloo Showdown V, where Ryu makes funny faces (kudos to Michael Shiao Chen for the animation work) as he tells you, with his soul channeled through the vocal chords of Kyle Herbert (the real voice of Ryu), why he'll be at Shadowloo Showdown V.

Most popular game at CEO 2014? Check out the entrance numbers for this year's lineup

CEO has emerged as one of the largest fighting game events in the community, and many people are curious how the entrance numbers for the top games in the lineup shook out.

As luck would have it, the main man behind CEO, Alex Jebailey, dished out that information recently, telling how USF4, UMvC3, Smash, Injustice and other games broke down for competitors.

If you're curious which game(s) drew the biggest number of players, check out the info below.

Tokido adapts to Xian in the grand finals for King of Fighters 13 at SEAM 2014; BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Top 8s videos

At SEAM 2014, Ultra Street Fighter 4 wasn't the only game that former teammates (back when Xian was sponsored by Mad Catz) and long-time fierce rivals RZR|Xian and MCZ|Tokido squared off in.

They also faced each other in the grand finals for The King of Fighters XIII.

This isn't the first time RZR|Xian and MCZ|Tokido has played against each other in KOF13, of course. They were in this very position, fighting for the champion's spot, in the KOF13 grand finals at Shadowloo Showdown 2013, where RZR|Xian ultimately won.

This time around, Tokido has returned with a slightly different team line-up, replacing Kim Kaphwan with Chin Gentsai, possibly as a means to better adapt to Xian's tactics.

But will the character switch pay off?

Find out in the archived match footage from SEAM 2014, provided by the Toughcookietv YouTube channel.

They've also got play-offs match footage for BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma and Tekken Tag Tournament 2.

Nina Williams is ready for battle! - Kotobukiya reveals their latest Tekken Tag Tournament 2 statue, set to release this November

The folks over at Kotobukiya have revealed their latest Tekken Bishoujo statue and it is none other than Tekken Tag Tournament 2's Nina Williams. Much like the TTT2 Lili figure we saw last year from Kotobukiya, Nina stands at 8 and 1/2 inches tall (1/7 scale) on her included display base.

The statue is set for a November release in Japan and will hit North America as an import in December. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Nina comes with a 7,776 yen price tag (roughly $76 USD).

You'll find more images below.

Wednesday Night Fights 2014 2.13 results, archive ft. Marq Teddy, FilipinoMan, Veloc1raptor, Chris, Gootecks, Alex Valle, and more

Wednesday Night Fights 2014 2.13 results, archive ft. Marq Teddy, FilipinoMan, Veloc1raptor, Chris, Gootecks, Alex Valle, and more Last night, Wednesday Night Fights returned and streamed live from Walnut, California. We have added in stream archives and results for last night's event into this story.

Ultra Street Fighter 4, Injustice: Gods Among Us, and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 were the games played.

Players that competed include NGL|Marq Teddy, FRQ|FilipinoMan, Veloc1raptor, Gootecks, NGL|Chris, LU|Alex Valle, WL|Chris King, NGL|Brentt, and many others.

Challonge brackets are posted here, and you can view last week's winners in our previous story.

Wednesday Night Fights 2014 2.12 results, stream archive ft. Rico Suave, Marq Teddy, Chris, Keno, Brentt, Gootecks, Alex Valle, and more

Wednesday Night Fights 2014 2.12 results, stream archive ft. Rico Suave, Marq Teddy, Chris, Keno, Brentt, Gootecks, Alex Valle, and more Wednesday night has come and gone, and we now have Level|Up's Wednesday Night Fights results and stream archive for you to check out.

Ultra Street Fighter 4, Injustice: Gods Among Us, and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 were all played last night.

Players that competed include RG|Rico Suave, Keno, NGL|Chris, LU|Alex Valle, Gootecks, Alex Myers, FRQ|Emperor Theo, FRQ|FilipinoMan, Veloc1raptor, Hungbee, NGL|Brentt, and many others.

Challonge brackets are posted here, and you can view last week's winners in our previous story.

Tournament preview: SEAM 2014 and MLG Anaheim 2014 ft. Tokido, Fuudo, Bonchan, Justin Wong, PPMD, Mew2King, Mango, Armada, Hungrybox, Leffen, and more

This weekend we have two major events taking place that will be host to some truly excellent fighting game action. Both South East Asia Major 2014 and Major League Gaming's 2014 Anaheim Championship are kicking off this Friday.

A slew of games are being competed in throughout the weekend including Ultra Street Fighter 4, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Killer Instinct, and more.

Players such as MCZ|Tokido, RZR|Fuudo, Bonchan, Mike Ross, EG|Momochi and many others will be at SEAM, while EG|Justin Wong, EG| PR Balrog, GG|NYChrisG, EG|PPMD, C9|Mango, EMP|Armada, EMP|Mew2King, Crs|Hungrybox, Leffen and more are attending MLG Anaheim.

Wednesday Night Fights 2.11 results, stream archive feat. Ryan Hart, Snake Eyez, Alex Valle, BJ Unchained, Filipinoman & more

Wednesday Night Fights 2.11 results, stream archive feat. Ryan Hart, Snake Eyez, Alex Valle, BJ Unchained, Filipinoman & more Last night Wednesday Night Fights took place at Super Arcade in Walnut, CA. Players like Ryan Hart, RG|Snake Eyez, LU|Alex Valle, BJ Unchained, FRQ|Filipinoman and more were in attendance to compete at Ultra Street Fighter 4, and a few of them even tried their hands at Injustice: Gods Among Us and Tekken Tag Tournament 2.

We've added in the results along with a stream archive of the competition from last night. If you're curious how last week's results shook out, please look here.

Updated: Wednesday Night Fights 2.10 ft. Justin Wong, K-Brad, ChrisG, Mike Ross and more in Ultra Street Fighter 4

Updated: Wednesday Night Fights 2.10 ft. Justin Wong, K-Brad, ChrisG, Mike Ross and more in Ultra Street Fighter 4 Updated: Results and stream archives have been added to this story.

It is a new beginning for fighting game events this week as tonight marks the first night Ultra Street Fighter 4 will be played at Wednesday Night Fights.

The other games being played tonight are Injustice: Gods Among Us and Tekken Tag Tournament 2.

Much like they've done for Next Level Battle Circuit, Twitch has given $1,000 to the Level|Up crew and Wednesday Night Fights. $500 of the money is being added to the Ultra Street Fighter 4 pot tonight, while the remainder will be split between the next two WNF tournaments, adding a $250 bonus to each.

Players attending include EG|Justin Wong, EG|K-Brad, GG|NYChrisG, LU|Alex Valle, Mike Ross, Gootecks, Keno, Marn, and many others.

Challonge brackets are posted here, and you can view last week's winners in our previous story.

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