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Some players play games that they don't actually care about just for the money according to Ryan Hunter in BornFree interview

BornFree is back with another one of his legendary player interviews. This time he caught up with top level Guilty Gear competitor and arguably the best Venom player in the U.S., Ryan Hunter, during Red Bull Conquest 2018.

Some very interesting topics were covered. For example, Hunter stated that he doesn't consider Guilty Gear to still have a stigma of having too difficult a learning curve for newcomers to get into. Generally, he seems to be against the idea of "dumbing down" a game's mechanics.

You don't often hear a player praise Street Fighter X Tekken these days. It was a launch that was met with a lot of negative attention that haunted it until the very end.

Hunter believes that most of the negativity surrounding Street Fighter X Tekken was unjustified. He went on to say that the top performing players actually enjoyed the game.

According to Hunter, he still holds "a little bit of resentment towards the community for destroying that game." It was around this point where he began to notice a spectator vs. player trend. Hunter feels as though "the fighting game community should always be about the players first."

Without naming any person or game specifically, Hunter does feel like there are some players who are playing games that they don't necessarily care about simply because of the money involved. Essentially, "the games are dictating what the players are playing instead of the players themselves."

Ryan Hunter ends up making a number of very interesting and insightful statements during the interview. You can check out the video after the jump.

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ArcRevo Japan 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

This weekend, ArcRevo Japan 2018 is taking place in Tokyo, Japan.

As always, this is a huge year-ending event for ArcSys games, but now that they have their own ArcRevo World Tour running, this prestigious and action-packed event is also a qualified for the ArcRevo Finals in 2019.

This event will feature the current main ArcSys games, meaning it has BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 and BlazBlue: Central Fiction.

With over 100 entrants for each game, there's going to be a lot of high quality play going on, so make sure not to miss it.

Some of the players amidst those hundreds are Omito, LostSoul, Rion, Fumo, Dora, FAB, Daru, LG|Monster, Teresa, Fumi, Minami, PurePure, Hage, Konan, Yoshiki, Meister, Matoi, Iwashi, Hamburg, Nezu, Tsujikawa, gwak.fr|Shenzo, but of course many more as well.

Streaming is being done at Arc System Works and Arc System Works U.

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Red Bull Conquest 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

There's a juggernaut of an event taking place this weekend, and it's in the form of Red Bull Conquest, happening in Washington, D.C.

This is a event featuring a whopping three tournaments for Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition. First, the Red Bull Conquest regional tournament that people have been qualifying for throughout the year, then the Open Premier tournament that accompanies any Regional Final, and finally, the Regional Final for the North American Region in the Capcom Pro Tour.

This is also the last Capcom Pro Tour event before Capcom Cup, so after this event is over, we'll know 31 of the players that will be competing in December's finals, with only one spot left from the Last Chance Qualifier being played the day before the big show.

The Red Bull Conquest portion of this event also features Tekken 7 — showcasing players such as Jimmy J Tran, EQNX|JoeyFury, Shadow20z, UYU|Princess Ling, SperoGin, Trungy, TCOL|VictimOfRitual and NG-Obscure — and Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2, which will be represented at top level by LostSoul, UYU|KizzieKay, BjornSonOfBear, MarlinPie, Hotashi, FF|ElvenShadow, KidViper and Mr. K, among others.

As for Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition, a few players you can expect to see in the Open Premier tournament, and probably more than just that for the American representatives, are FOX|Tokido, Ghost|NuckleDu, FOX|Justin Wong, Liquid|Nemo, Rise|MenaRD, NVD|Phenom, REC|Punk, Rise|Smug, CYG|GamerBee, Idom, DNG|Itabashi Zangief, CJ Truth, ESE|CoolKid93, AB|StormKubo, SB|JB, Liquid|John Takeuchi, EG|NYChrisG, EG|Ricki Ortiz, RB|Snake Eyez, UYU|Brian_F, Tempo|Alex Myers, ESE|K-Brad and Terrence — and there will be plenty more where that came from.

Streaming is being done at Capcom Fighters and Red Bull eSports.

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Core-A Gaming mocks idea of using steering wheel controllers, Initial T beats Dogura at Canada Cup with steering wheel, Core-A interviews Initial T

CO|Dogura is one of the best fighting game players on the planet right now with consistent performances in Dragon Ball FighterZ, Street Fighter 5 and Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2. That's why it was rather amazing when he lost to a GG player at Canada Cup this year who was using a steering wheel controller.

The name of that player is Michael Ajison, but when he goes by "Initial T" when he's dethroning Guilty Gear champions. Core-A Gaming scored an interview with T to discuss how and why someone would bring a steering wheel to a fighting game tournament.

We should also address the fact that in a previous video of Core-A's, front man Gerald talks about the potential in using various other controllers to play fighting games, but specifically writes off steering wheels. Poetic justice is a wonderful thing.

Ajison explains in the interview that his using the wheel actually just came about from some Discord banter that led to a friendly challenge. With a matter of fact attitude, the Kum Haehyun player took his unorthodox approach to Canada Cup and made it to fifth place.

He also notes that the he doesn't use the turning of the wheel to move his character as it's very much inefficient. The wheel itself is covered with buttons and switches that he maps to perform the game's various techniques with.

The image here shows the wheel's layout while the two clips below capture Initial T's win as it happened. Finally, the full interview video from Core-A Gaming awaits after the jump.

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Canada Cup 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

The big one is finally upon us. One of the most noteworthy and hype-filled events in the entire FGC is taking place this weekend.

Yes, that's right, it's time yet again for Canada Cup to occur, this time in its 2018 edition.

This is a massive event by all counts, and it's one of the last Capcom Pro Tour Premier events as well as the last Tekken World Tour event, though it's a Challenger event for that game. It's also a NeoGeo World Tour event for the King of Fighters titles present and features the Tournament of Legends for Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo. Also, let's not forget the massive international 5v5 tournament we see each year for the main Street Fighter game.

Besides Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition and Tekken 7, you can also look forward to tournament play in Super Smash Bros. 4, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Soul Calibur 6, Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2, Ultra Street Fighter 4, Under Night In-Birth EXE: Late[st], Sailor Moon S, Pokkén Tournament DX, BlazBlue: Central Fiction, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, King of Fighters 14, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, Injustice 2 and King of Fighters '98: The Slugfest.

Players attending include FOX|SonicFox, FOX|Tokido, Liquid|Hungrybox, FD|Fujimura, Ghost|NuckleDu, CYG|Daigo, TSM|Leffen, FOX|Justin Wong, CYG|Fuudo, GGP|Kazunoko, Liquid|Nemo, Mouz|Problem X, CO|Dogura, Gachikun, DouyuTV|Xiao Hai, NVD|Phenom, NRG|HookGangGod, CYG|Chris Tatarian, FAV|Sako, Yamasa|Nobi, Ponos|Moke, CYG|GamerBee, EQNX|JoeyFury, FOX|Momochi, ALG|n0ne, EQNX|Dimeback, LostSoul, EMG|Mistake, BC|Mr. R, AB|StormKubo, Yamasa|Take, UYU|Fergus, ESE|Duck, 1UP|PepperySplash, PG|Speedkicks, FNATIC|Akainu, ESE|ANTi, Ally, NRG|Supernoon, Fiction, Shadow20z, AE|Pekos, W2W|Bladewise, Teemo, ESE|RunItBlack, EMG|Moky, Binchang, MnT|Trungy, Joonya20z, Abel Del Maestro, Ryan Ford and many, many more.

Streaming is being done at Capcom Fighters, Canada Cup Gaming, Canada Cup Gaming 2, Canada Cup Gaming 3 and Canada Cup Gaming 4.

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Canadian contender uses steering wheel to defeat fighting game veteran at major Guilty Gear tournament

When playing competitive fighting games, often times yo'll run into this age old argument: controller or fightstick? Well, one player at this major tournament has thrown that argument out the window and opted to use a racing steering wheel instead.

Canada Cup 2018 is currently underway in Toronto, and many of the world's strongest players have congregated to prove they're the best in mainstay fighting titles such as Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition, Dragon Ball FighterZ, the newly released Soul Calibur 6, and many others.

During the top 8 finals of another widely popular fighting game, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2, one competitor had viewers scratching their heads when he took to the stage with a steering wheel peripheral in hand.

A player who goes by the handle Initial T went up against fighting game veteran CO|Dogura — who is proficient in multiple fighting titles including Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition, Dragon Ball FighterZ, and Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 — on the losers side of the bracket of the Guilty Gear tournament. According to the commentators, Initial T hails from Toronto, Canada, and apparently this isn't the player's first time using a steering wheel for fighting games.

While you might be wondering how this player uses the steering wheel for competitive fighters, apparently the peripheral is equipped with a D-Pad on the left-hand side of it and buttons on the right. So though he can turn the wheel during battle, it's likely not affecting anything in the actual match — though it is noted that moving the wheel left and right activate left and right inputs. Still, it's pretty awesome.

Initial T would ultimately take the set 2-0 over Dogura, eliminating the fighting game veteran from the tournament. To secure the win, Initial T landed a powerful wake up super, and you can see it below.

Initial T tied for 5th overall in Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 at Canada Cup 2018.


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Source: Canada Cup Gaming.

East Coast Throwdown 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

East Coast Throwdown 2018 is taking place this weekend in New Jersey, U.S.A.

This is a Capcom Pro Tour Ranking event, in fact, it's the final offline Ranking Event of the season, with only a few Premiers, Regional Finals and one online CPT event left besides it.

Also, this is the Last Chance Qualifier for the Injustice 2 Pro Series this year, the finals of which are happening on November 13th, so this is a very important event to grab that final spot.

It's not just about Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition and Injustice 2, though. This event will also feature tournament play in Dragon Ball FighterZ, Soul Calibur 6, Tekken 7, Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo, Street Fighter Alpha 2, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2, Fighting EX Layer, Capcom vs. SNK 2, Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike, Vampire Savior (Darkstalkers) and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite.

Notable players participating include FOX|SonicFox, Ghost|NuckleDu, REC|Punk, NRG|HookGangGod, EG|NYChrisG, CYG|GamerBee, CYG|Chris Tatarian, FOX|Dekillsage, SB|JB, PG|Nakkiel, Toi, Idom and many, many more.

Streaming is being done at Team Spooky, NetherRealm, KPB Live, NYC Furby and TSB Blaze.

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Guilty Gear and BlazBlue receive new fashionable clothing and accessories from collaboration between Arc System Works and SuperGroupies

Some video game fans like to wear clothing and apparel that blatantly represent their favorite franchises with characters logos and catchphrases, but there are some that like to keep their wares a bit more subtle.

For the latter group of people, Japanese fashion company SuperGroupies may have some new items you may be interested in. They recently revealed a collaboration with Arc System works to create some trendy accessories based on Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2 and BlazBlue Central Fiction characters.

These new belt-covered bags, cardigans and iPhone cases do not feature characters faces and instead rely on the fighters' color schemes and design aesthetics for some unique fighting game fashion.

This new line focuses on the characters Sol Badguy, Ky Kiske, Ramlethal, Elphelt, Ragna The Bloodedge, Jin Kisaragi and Hazama. The Guilty Gear characters received the clothing line treatment for all three items while the BlazBlue characters only have bags and wallets available.

Nice looking items like these do not come at a low price, however. The fighting game-themed bags range between 12,800 yen ($114) and 17,800 yen ($159). iPhone cases are 5,800 yen ($52), and the Guilty Gear cardigans are all 12,800 yen ($114) each.

These items will only be available to pre-order until November 4th, so anyone interested in picking up a new bad or phone case should take a closer look on SuperGroupies' website. Ordered bags and smartphone cases are scheduled to ship out in February 2019 while cardigan wearers will need to wait until march to get their new Guilty Gear fix.

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Buenos Aires True Salt 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

Even though the Capcom Pro Tour is nearing the end of its run this year, we're not quite there yet.

This weekend, another CPT-designated event is taking place, this time in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

This is a Capcom Pro Tour Ranking event, so points are still on the line, and since we're nearing the end, they're more important than ever before.

Besides Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition, this event will also feature tournament play in Dragon Ball FighterZ, Tekken 7 and Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2.

As for players participating, you can expect to see Furia|HKDash, Umbrella|Dark, AAG|Pr3da, 2DR|YoungHou, Misterio and many more.

Streaming is being done at UAFG.

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SEA Major 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

SEA Major, formerly known as South East Asia Major, is taking place this weekend with its 2018 installment in Singapore.

This is a massively stacked event by all metrics, the full details of which you can find in our official preview, but let's do a quick recap here.

SEA Major 2018 is the Asian finals of the Capcom Pro Tour as well as hosting an Open Premier, meaning you effectively get two Premier top 8s for the price of one at this event. It's also a Master Event for the Tekken World Tour and a Saga event for Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Besides those prestigious qualifications, it's also a ArcRevo Pro Tour qualifier for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 and BlazBlue: Central Fiction on top of that. There will also be a pre-release tournament for Soul Calibur 6 at the event, so look forward to getting a good look at high level play in the title before its release next week.

Players attending include FOX|Tokido, FOX|SonicFox, Mouz|Problem X, GGP|Kazunoko, UYU|Qudans, FAV|Sako, CYG|Fuudo, Kkokkoma, CO|Dogura, UYU|Jeondding, UYU|OilKing, UYU|NL, CYG|Daigo, FOX|Justin Wong, TSM|Leffen, FOX|Dekillsage, Gachikun, Ponos|Moke, EG|NYChrisG, Yamasa|Nobi, AR|Book, RZR|Xian, PG|Speedkicks, PG|Nakkiel, COOASGAMES|Noroma, Yamasa|Take, UYU|Fergus, ESE|RunItBlack, DNG|Tachikawa, Acqua, RB|Tanukana and many, many more.

Streaming is being done at Capcom Fighters, Tekken, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Anime Illuminati and Team Spooky.

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Capcom Pro Tour Open Premier and Asian Finals, Tekken World Tour Master Event, Dragon Ball Saga event and more — SEA Major 2018 preview

Update: This story contained erroneous information about the qualifying process for the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour. This has since been corrected.

SEA Major 2018 is coming up this weekend, and judging by pure status it's hard to remember any event that has ever been this huge.

With Pro Tours being all the rage for fighting games lately, it's almost shocking to see how much pedigree has been awarded to SEA Major this year, though it's easy to understand why when you remember how well-ran and favorably received the event has been in years prior.

Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition, Tekken 7, Dragon Ball FighterZ, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 and BlazBlue: Central Fiction are all going to be played at the event, and have points for their respective circuits on the line.

In fact, the only games with currently running pro tours that are not present at SEA Major 2018 in an official fashion are Injustice 2 and King of Fighters 14.

Not only are the games present at the event, but for the aforementioned three games it's the highest level of non-EVO event you can have for any of them, with each practically guaranteeing direct qualification to their finals.

With all this going on, you know that this event is going to be absolutely massive for all of the games represented, so let's take a look at what we can expect from SEA Major 2018 this weekend.

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Thunderstruck VI results

Updated with final results: This story has been updated with the final results for Thunderstruck VI.

Perhaps the biggest event going on this weekend (well, barring Smash Bros.'s The Big House 8) is Thunderstruck VI.

This tournament is taking place in Monterrey, Nuevo Léon, Mexico.

This is the fourth Saga Event for Dragon Ball FighterZ, meaning that one more player will join the esteemed ranks of GGP|Kazunoko, FOX|SonicFox and CO|Go1 and be qualified for that tour's finals. It's also a Ranking Event for the Capcom Pro Tour, so points are on the line for Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition's tour as well.

Besides those two main titles, the event will also feature King of Fighters 14, Super Smash Bros. 4, King of Fighters '98: The Slugest, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 and Super Smash Bros. Melee as main tournaments, with side tournaments available at the event as well.

Players attending include FOX|Punk, NRG|HookGangGod, EG|NYChrisG, Rise|Smug, NRG|Supernoon, CYG|Chris Tatarian, BC|ApologyMan, FOX|Dekillsage, SB|DoomSnake, PG|Nakkiel, SB|JB, BC|LordKnight, Luis Cha, Tempo|Alex Myers, VegasKOF|Wero Asamiya, EG|Ricki Ortiz, TxC|ViolentKain, Kusanagi and many more.

English language streaming is being done at Dragon Ball FighterZ, Team Sabroso and Neo Geo World Tour.

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Fighting Fest 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

The Dominican Republic's hype fighting game event returns agin this year, with Fighting Fest happening in Santo Domingo.

This is a ranking event for the Capcom Pro Tour, meaning that points are on the line for Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition.

Besides this, a bunch of other games are being played as well.

You can expect tournament play for Super Smash Bros. 4, Mortal Kombat XL, Dragon ball FighterZ, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Injustice 2, Tekken 7, King of Fighters 14, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 and BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle.

Players attending include, but are not limited to, Rise|MenaRD, Rise|Caba, SB|DoomSnake, DR Ray, Crossover, Jochy, TDT|Pikoro, MJ|Gama and Tiger|Luiman20.

Streaming is being done at Quien Online RD, The Mikeysan, Top Siete Games, Dragon Ball FighterZ RD, Stryker DR and Mr Connor TV 1.

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The Fall Classic 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

The Fall Classic 2018 is back again this year.

It's taking place in Raleigh, North Carolina, and will have a bunch of games played.

Tournament titles present at the event are Tekken 7, Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition, Dragon Ball FighterZ, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2, Soul Calibur 5, Dead or Alive 5: Last Round, Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, Injustice 2, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Pokkén Tournament DX and King of Fighters 14.

There are tons of players participating in each game, but a few notable names that you can expect to see are UGS|XCaliburBladez, Pokchop, W2W|KnowKami, ESE|Coach Steve, UGS|BBoyDragon... But of course also many more.

Streaming is being done at Bifuteki and Funky P.

Because of the multitude of games being played, you can expect to have Top 8s on almost all weekend, so stay tuned.

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Revolution 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

Big happenings this weekend in London, United Kingdom.

Revolution 2018 is taking place as it does annually, and there are a bunch of games and players present for high level competition.

The main tournament games you can expect to see at this event are BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2, BlazBlue: Central Fiction, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Skullgirls: 2nd Encore, King of Fighters 14, Fighting EX Layer, Pokkén Tournament DX and Under Night In-Birth EXE: Late[st].

This is also a qualifying event for the ArcRevo World Tour next year for the first three mentioned games above.

Players attending are plentiful, but just a few notable names include Svampen, Kiba, KingRasta, Nyphi7, gwak.fr|Shenzo, LD|Zake, ZW|Achorawl, though there are of course many more as well.

Streaming is being done at NGI Events and Nth Gen Media.

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CEOtaku 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

Big happenings in Florida this weekend, as the annual CEOtaku 2018 is taking place.

As something of a CEO spinoff focusing heavily on airdashers or anime-styled games, this event has just grown and grown with every year.

This year, the main game, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle has surpassed 300 entrants, with three other games — Under Night In-Birth EXE: Late[st], Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 and Dragon Ball FighterZ — also all surpassing 200 entrants, making for a huge turnout.

Besides these four games, there's plenty more to be played — tournaments will also be held for BlazBlue: Central Fiction, Koihime Enbu: RyoRaiRai, Skullgirls: 2nd Encore, Melty Blood: Actress Again Current Code, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy, Guilty Gear XX Accent Core +R, Sailor Moon S, Fighting EX Layer, Arcana Heart 3: Love Max Six Stars and Dissidia Final Fantasy NT.

As for players attending, you can expect to see FOX|SonicFox, NRG|HookGangGod, PG|SKD, WN|LostSoul, WG|Samitto, Kedako, UYU|KizzieKay, LordKnight, Jona, NRG|Supernoon, FOX|Dekillsage, UYU|Cloud805, PurePure, PAG|Grover, Hotashi, FOX|Punk, 1Up|PepperySplash, PG|MarlinPie, PG|Nakkiel, Foo, FF|ElvenShadow, Clim, KnowKami, UYU|BeautifulDude, BxA|Argenrost, DATA|TectalEastside and many more.

Streaming is being done at CEO Gaming, DATA FGC and Polarity GG.

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SoCal Regionals 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

The big shebang this weekend is SoCal Regionals 2018, taking place in Ontario, California.

This is a huge event by all counts, with the biggest part of it being that it is a Premier event for the Capcom Pro Tour, also a Premier event on the Injustice 2 Pro Tour and a Ranking event on the Tekken World Tour.

Besides these three major tours, the event will also be hosting tournaments for the yet-to-be-released Soul Calibur 6, Dragon Ball FighterZ, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Under Night In-Birth EXE: Late[st], Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2, BlazBlue: Central Fiction, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, Super Smash Bros. 4, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo, Pokkén Tournament DX and ARMS.

With Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition over 250 entrants, Tekken 7 and Dragon Ball FighterZ close to 200 entrants and Super Smash Bros. 4 at around 150 entrants, there's going to be a ton of competition in every game present, for sure.

Notable players attending are too many to count, but among others, you can expect to see FOX|SonicFox, FD|Fujimura, FOX|JDCR, FOX|Tokido, CYG|Fuudo, FOXSaint, GGP|Kazunoko, CO|Dogura, UYU|OilKing, FAV|Sako, CYG|Daigo, EG|NYChrisG, FOX|Punk, FOX|Justin Wong, Jimmy J Tran, Reynald, Ghost|NuckleDu, Gachikun, Noble|Tweedy, PG|Nakkiel, FOX|Dekillsage, EQNX|JoeyFury, PG|Speedkicks, BC|ApologyMan, Noble|Semiij, EQNX|Dimeback, UYU|Cloud805, NRG|Supernoon, Shadow20z, NASR|TekkenMaster, PG|Hayatei, UYU|KizzieKay, MnT|Trungy, UYU|Princess Ling, Nisshin, Noble|Rewind, Pokchop, UYU|BeautifulDude and many more.

Streaming is being done at Capcom Fighters, LevelUp Live, LevelUp Live 2, NetherRealm, 2GGaming and SilentScope88.

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