Tekken Pro Championships Japan Representative Decided Battle 2019 results

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • September 14, 2019 at 6:18 a.m. PDT

While the CPT 2019 Asia Premier may be the biggest tournament draw of Tokyo Game Show 2019, Tekken 7 is also gathering its best players in Japan to compete in a special invitational.

Tekken Pro Championships Japan Representative Decided Battle 2019 brings together 11 of the best Tekken 7 players in the country to compete for a spot at the 11th eSports World Championship plus a prize pool of 3 million yen (around $28,000 USD). The competitors involved this time around are Yamasa|Nobi, Yoshi|Karei, THY|Chikurin, Yamasa|Take, UYU|Double, NBC|Noroma, MVP|Pekos, Yamasa|Yuu, Hyde|Hakaioh, AO and Jyotaro.

A preliminary round will be held with the six players with the best records will move onto the finals later in the day for their shot at the representative status plus prize money and bragging rights.

3 million yen is up for grabs in total with 1.5 million of that prize going to first place. The runner-up takes home 600,000 yen, third place gets 350,000 yen, fourth receives 200,000 yen, fifth gets 100,000 and finally seventh is awarded 30,000 yen.

Cash bonuses will also be distributed to players in an interesting move by awarding players each time they defeat opponents with a Rage Art or Rage Drive move with 10,000 yen.

English streaming will be handled on Tekken's Twitch channel.

Tekken 7 — Results

1. Yamasa|Take (Kazumi)
2. Yamasa|Nobi (Dragunov)
3. Yoshi|Karei (Lucky Chloe, Lei, Kazumi)
4. UYU|Double (Law)
5. NBC|Noroma (Jack-7)
5. THY|Chikurin (Geese)
7. MVP|Pekos
8. Yamasa|Yuu
9. Hyde|Hakaioh
10. AO
11. Jyotaro

Grand Final

• Yamasa|Take (Kazumi) eliminated Yamasa|Nobi (Dragunov) 3-2

• Yamasa|Nobi (Dragunov) beat Yamasa|Take (Kazumi) 3-1; bracket reset

Losers Final

• Yamasa|Nobi (Dragunov) eliminated Yoshi|Karei (Kazumi) 3-2

Winners Final

• Yamasa|Take (Kazumi) beat Yoshi|Karei (Lucky Chloe, Lei) 3-2

Losers Semi Final

• Yamasa|Nobi (Dragunov) eliminated UYU|Double (Law) 2-1

Loser's Quarter Finals

• UYU|Double (Law) eliminated NBC|Noroma (Jack-7) 2-1

• Yamasa|Nobi (Dragunov) eliminated THY|Chikurin (Geese) 2-0

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