Super vs Battle 20-X results for Super Street Fighter 4, HDR, 3rd Strike

Posted by Jonathan 'Catalyst' Grey • August 22, 2010 at 4:45 p.m. PDT
Super vs Battle 20-X results for Super Street Fighter 4, HDR, 3rd Strike Update: This story now contains a few match videos, including Ryan Hart and Daigo Umehara's battle in the set before the grand finals, along with a few more notes.


Europe's biggest fighting game tournament, Super vs Battle 20-X, has finished up. Daigo "The Beast" Umehara and other top players were on hand to compete.

To see who won the Capcom tournaments and find a bit more information, hit the link below.

Super Street Fighter 4 results


1. Luffy (Rose)
2. Ryan "Prodigal Son" Hart (Ryu, Sagat)
3. Daigo Umehara (Ryu, Cammy)
4. Yota (Dhalsim)
5. Eduardo Perez (Balrog)
5. Evans (Fei Long)
5. Slizzle (Balrog, Akuma)
5. RMZ (Balrog)

Notes:

• Ryan Hart's Ryu beat Daigo Umehara's Cammy in the first game of the set before the grand finals two rounds to one. Daigo switched to Ryu, but still lost the next two rounds, and was eliminated from the tournament, losing 2-0 to Hart. Shaky cam footage of this fight is available here.

• Ryan Hart stated that Daigo asked for a blind pick selection in their match, and rumor has it that Umehara was picking Cammy to potentially counter Hart's Dhalsim, but of course Ryan stuck with Ryu.

• This competition was round robin in pool play, but became single elimination in the finals.

Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix results


1. Kaos Flare (Guile)
2. Wa Quar
3. Orf (Ryu)
4. Sprint (Cammy, Zangief)

Street Fighter 3 Third Strike results


1. Tome (Makoto)
2. Ryan "Prodigal Son" Hart (Ken, Yun)
3. Pedram (Necro)
4. Naibinn (Makoto)

Other notes


• Ryan Hart (blue Ryu) and Daigo (white Ryu) participated in a two game set at SvB 20-X, the match is available here.

• Daigo (Ryu) lost in a 5 vs. 5 match to Evans (Fei Long), where Evans single-handled wiped out Daigo's entire team, which also included Ryan Hart. But Daigo and Evans participated in a first to 5 match and the videos are on YouTube. Part 1 | Part 2, Daigo won this 5-1, but Evans asked for one more match, but also lost this as well.

• Daigo was inducted into the Guinness World Records books for the 'Most International Wins in a Videogame'.

More videos from this tournament are available at the following YouTube channels.

Toge64
VIP2GAMING
Random Hajile
Saikyorb

Thanks to Toge, CrP, Evans, Saikyorb and Shadowloo.com for helping with this story.

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