Hypespotting 6 results feat. Luffy, Problem X, ImStillDaDaddy, Cobelcog, Takamura

Posted by Jonathan 'Catalyst' Grey • April 16, 2017 at 1:16 p.m. PDT

Updated with final results: This story has been updated with final results from Hypespotting 6.

The Capcom Pro Tour ranking event, Hypespotting 6, takes place this weekend in Glasgow, in the United Kingdom.

Notable players in attendance include RB|Luffy, Mouz|Problem X, Ryan Hart, DA|ImStillDaDaddy, Packz, Millenium|Will2Pac, Takamura B, Mouz|CCL, UM|Tyrant, Cobelcog, Shivryuken and Afii.

You can find the schedule and live streams below.

Street Fighter 5 — Results


1. RB|Luffy (R. Mika)
2. Cobelcog (Cammy)
3. Takamura (Ken)
4. Mouz|Problem X (Birdie, M. Bison)
5. Shivryuken (Laura)
5. DarkMoonHado (Cammy)
7. Shakz (Laura, Cammy, Karin)
7. Afii (Laura)

9. Packz (Karin)
9. Hurricane (Cammy)
9. SFO|Chaos Time (M. Bison)
9. Rise|Brian (Rashid)
13. DA|ImStillDaDaddy (Guile)
13. Millenium|Will2Pac (Laura)
13. Jester Power (Vega)
13. The Truth (F.A.N.G)

Top 8 battle log


• Grand finals: RB|Luffy (R. Mika) eliminated Cobelcog (Cammy) 3-2.

• Losers finals: Cobelcog (Cammy) eliminated Takamura (Ken) 3-1.

• Winners finals: RB|Luffy (R. Mika) beat Cobelcog (Cammy) 3-1.

• Losers semi-finals: Takamura (Ken) eliminated Mouz|Problem X (Birdie, M. Bison) 3-0.

• Mouz|Problem X (Birdie) eliminated Shivryuken (Laura) 3-1.

• Takamura (Ken) eliminated DarkMoonHado (Cammy) 3-0.

• Mouz|Problem X (M. Bison, Birdie) eliminated Shakz (Cammy, Laura) 3-1.

• Takamura (Ken) eliminated Afii (Laura) 3-2.

• Winners semi-finals: Cobelcog (Cammy) beat Shivryuken (Laura) 3-1.

• Winners semi-finals: RB|Luffy (R. Mika) beat DarkMoonHado (Cammy) 3-1.

Tekken 7 — Results


1. RTFM|Kaneandtrench (Yoshimitsu, Claudio, Miguel)
2. The Truth (Feng, Jack-7)
3. W3D|DJay Voo (Jack-7, Paul)
4. C-Krizzle (Law)
5. District-G|Kingjae (Gigas)
5. CKT|NeedsMoarCoffee (Paul, Kuma)
7. LordDarkDan (Kazuya)
7. RTFM|Roo Kang

Mortal Kombat XL — Results


1. PXP|A Foxy Grampa (Mileena - Piercing, Kung Lao - Tempest)
2. PND|Madzin (Takeda - Lasher, Sub-Zero - Grandmaster | more)
3. RazoR (Scorpion - Hellfire, Triborg - Smoke)
4. NASR|Tekken Master (D'Vorah - Swarm Queen, Shinnok - Impostor)
5. Paria|LordSpinal (Kung Lao - Buzz Saw)
5. IrishMantis (Johnny Cage A-List)
7. CE|Youphemism
7. Durpey

King of Fighters 14 — Results


1. InfernoKong (Verse, Antonov, King of Dinosaurs)
2. TSS|Atma (Shun'ei, Kim, Iori)
3. JoeGasMask (Xanadu, Verse, King of Dinosaurs)
4. MBA|BreakingMax (Love, Kukri, Mai)
5. Gillstolemyride (Robert, Ryo, Yuri)
5. Kaworu (Kukri, Nelson, Geese)
7. CVE|Sm4sh K1ng (Verse, K', Shun'ei)
7. SamuraiPizzaKen (Iori, Clark, Kim)

Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator — Results


1. EO|RAD (I-No)
2. Kyzertron (Bedman)
3. SO|C4IQ (Leo, Raven)
4. Mipe (Leo)
5. GATK|BD Corro (Raven)
5. Iron Bullet (Sol Badguy)
7. InfernoKong (Kum)
7. BCT|Hellscream

Killer Instinct — Results


1. HW|Valoraxe (Cinder)
2. MBA|Banemobius (Eyedol, Shin Hisako)
3. MBA|Legend (Arbiter, Riptor)
4. TTK|Cykamancer (Gargos)
5. CVE|Sm4sh K1ng (Kim Wu)
5. DA|ImStillDaDaddy (Sabrewulf)
7. DH|Deaconhyral (Hisako)
7. MBA|Cymru (Fulgore)

Super Smash Bros. 4 — Results


1. MagiMagi (Mewtwo)
2. Skarfelt (Fox)
3. PRLS|Yackabean (Toon Link)
4. PD|Slump (Rosalina)
5. GATK|Pidgey (Yoshi)
5. Taroast (Ness)
7. Bulby (Villager)
7. Ander (Cloud)

Schedule


Hypespotting 2017 schedule image #1
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Time zone conversion:
All times CET (UK time)
PDT: Subtract 8 hours.
EDT: Subtract 5 hours.
UTC: Subtract 1 hour.
JST: Add 8 hours.

Streams hosted by Versus Scotland, Reset Aberdeen, Bandai Namco Europe.

Comments

Tallus said on April 15, 2017 at 12:52 a.m.

Yes yes, but I want to watch now! /cry

#1
Shinpaisuru said on April 15, 2017 at 1:50 a.m.

I hope ISDD win this time, so the next time he lost he'll be OD on sodium.

#2
RandomHajile said on April 15, 2017 at 2:42 a.m.

wonder if nintendo have them for contract again to prioritise their streams over sfv top 32... :P

#3
CODYYY said on April 15, 2017 at 6:06 a.m.

so far one of the worse streams of the year. shame.

#4
SofYen said on April 15, 2017 at 7:12 a.m.

No good Japanese. This one could be for Luffy or Problem X.

#5
RandomHajile said on April 15, 2017 at 9:48 a.m.

all those poor sponsors...

#6
RandomHajile said on April 15, 2017 at 10:32 a.m.

cuts stream, when 5 pools still not finished for top32...

#7
TheStreetWriter said on April 15, 2017 at 5:37 p.m.
#8
Shinpaisuru said on April 15, 2017 at 10:43 p.m.

Bad stream quality and sounds. Madrid and France were much better at streaming big events.

#9
zombiebrian said on April 15, 2017 at 11:29 p.m.

Just remember internet speeds at the venue are the issue more than anything, internet in the uk is still far behind the contentant especially when it comes to upload rates.

#10
Risk said on April 16, 2017 at 12:14 a.m.

I've been to Hypespotting a few times, and while the event is solid, the venue upload speeds are less than perfect. No fault of the TO's, as they know the problem more than anyone, and are actively trying to find solutions

#11
RandomHajile said on April 16, 2017 at 4:36 a.m.

RUBBISH, they have three streams on the same time...

the reason why they have crap audio is because they have the stream/commentary on in the venue (as in on stage for the people there to hear)

so they have mixed the audio for the venue not the stream.

and they are streaming at 1080p60 but it looks soft and blocky as their stream set up is not up to it (you need xsplit set to medium, slow or slowest)

their ineptitude is fantastic as everybody told them on stream chat but they cant be told...

they even tweeted they have a 100mb line.

so yeah, its their settings.

get someone else to stream next time, as they will not learn

but at least they streaming top32 this year. well done jocks

#12
Shinpaisuru said on April 16, 2017 at 5:25 a.m.

Splitting SFV final day schedule into two different time was a terrible decision. They either should put it first or last or whatever as long as it's one solid schedule. They got to do better next year.

#13
gercommand said on April 16, 2017 at 9:13 a.m.

Does Hypespotting even run their own stream? Player cam, gamescreen kept switching to the stream pc desktop with the ESL logo during the whole weekend.

#14
riku157 said on April 16, 2017 at 11:02 a.m.

Congratulations to Luffy. I think this is the first Mika pro tour win for the season.

#15
CODYYY said on April 16, 2017 at 12:05 p.m.

great finals.

cant believe cobel didnt choke, he should be really happy getting 2nd. his reactionary and punish style destroyed takamura. also cobel doesnt ex DP on wake up so that probably had something to do with destroying takamura haha

#16
Shinpaisuru said on April 16, 2017 at 4:52 p.m.

Congrats to Luffy, Cobbelcog, and Takamura. All of them played very consistent and strong.

#17
Megasizer said on April 17, 2017 at 5:19 a.m.

Hypespotting should be pulled, or at least be organised by Capcom UK.

#18
RandomHajile said on April 17, 2017 at 8 a.m.

3 years ago they had the premiere spot, but F'd it up so lost it for good.

last year they did not stream sfV top32 at all, and blamed "technical issues"

when three other games were streamed concurrently (MKX, smash wiiU, smash melee)

and this year they started late, had the worst audio (how can it be both very low level audio with audible distortions at the same time)

did nothing about the audio despite their repeated "restarts" ect...

and then finish the stream prematurely when top32 wasnt finalised yet

there was at least 8games left still to be played.

its clear their priority this year was tekken7 but even that had terrible audio.

capcom uk should mandate some sort of brief (dont be the worst stream on cpt)

#19


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