AngryBird's Zeku makes you stand up and take notice at Brussels Challenge, we've got the highlights

The Zeku player says he'll be traveling more throughout the 2019 Capcom Pro Tour

Posted by Jonathan 'Catalyst' Grey • April 7, 2019 at 3:07 p.m. PDT | Comments: 7

Zeku hadn't made a gigantic splash in the Street Fighter 5 scene, but that looks like it's going to be changing now if NASR eSports's AngryBird has anything to say about it.

Released in October 2017, back in Season 2, Zeku has definitely seen some great placements — but it looks like in Season 4, this is going to be his biggest time to shine so far. Let's recap some of the outstanding play we saw at Brussels Challenge Major Edition 2019.

AngryBird went through the entire tournament without losing a single set, which was a very impressive performance. This was reminiscent of his impressive run through Capcom Cup 2018, where he went 4-2 overall and placed tied for 7th.

AE|Kawano also left a trail behind him, eliminating both RB|Bonchan and WE-R1|Trashbox, before they could advance to top 8. Kawano lost a pools match up against none other than AngryBird to get sent to the losers bracket initially.

Takamura's Akuma had beaten Bonchan's Sagat to send him to losers, and Trashbox's Birdie was initially taken down by Phenom.

This was a compelling tournament throughout the weekend, we'll get started with a couple of highlights of AngryBird's Zeku.

We also have a clip of Vitality|Hurricane's Cammy making a really sick reaction punish against AE|Kawano's Kolin.

We'll close this out with Takamura who had some of the more hype moments of the tournament.

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