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GameTyrant Expo 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

This weekend, the GameTyrant Expo 2018 is taking place.

It's happening in Salt Lake City, Utah and will be host to tournaments in several games.

At the event, you can expect to see tournament play for Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. 4, Rivals of Aether, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Super Smash Bros. 64 and Tekken 7.

Players attending include Liquid|Hungrybox, C9|Mango, ExG|Wizzrobe, PG|Zain, Tempo|Axe, CLG|SFAT, UYU|Cloud805, Liquid|Salem, CaptainZack, G2|Westballz, Reynald, TNC|ARMY, Elegant, W2W|Mr. E, Captain L and many more.

There's a whopping $7500 pot in both of the main Smash games, so there's some good money to be made for skilled players.

Streaming is being done at GameTyrant and SSB 64.

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Body Count Fighting 8 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

Tonight, Body Count Fighting 8 is taking place as a special streamed event, presented by Machinima.

This will host a set of exhibition matches in Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition and Injustice 2.

The main attraction for the Street Fighter 5 sets is that they're doing a Next Level Battle Circuit versus Wednesday Night Fights style setup, meaning that it's basically a West Coast vs. East Coast event.

The headlining set will be Rise|Smug vs. BCF|Commander Jesse, so look forward to that one in particular.

Besides this, you can also expect to see CYG|Chris Tatarian, END|Shine, SB|JB, XSK Samurai, Idom, TS|Arturo Sanchez, Dankadillas, Pnoy, UYU|Kami, UYU|Lil Evil and several more, whereas Injustice 2 will feature Scar, Atai, DF|Grr, CLN|Whiteboi, Method|SylverRye and RLN|HeroKillerStain.

Streaming is being done at BC Fighting.

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Capcom Pro Tour Latin American Finals results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

This weekend, the Capcom Pro Tour will be wrapping up its third out of four regions.

The time has come for the Latin American portion of the Capcom Pro Tour to finish up, and it's taking place in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

As with all the other Regional Finals, there's also an Open Premier event on the first day where people will be able to gather global points, and residents in the area will be awarded Ranking-tier points locally for a chance to etch their way in to the Regional finals if they're not qualified for it yet.

As it stands right now, the top 8 competitors in the region who are looking to play in the Regional Finals are Brolynho, Furia|HKDash, RES|Pikoro, SB|DoomSnake, Keoma, OA|CrossoverRD, A7E|Maximof and Paulow3b, though this can change up. Rise|MenaRD and Rise|Caba were qualified, but are unable to attend the event, meaning their spots in the Regional Top 8 bracket are forfeit.

As for the Open Premier, top players set to attend besides the Latin American crew include FD|Haitani, Mago, DNG|Itabashi Zangief, AB|StormKubo, iG|Jiewa and many more.

Streaming is being done at Capcom Fighters.

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Tokyo International Film Festival Invitational results

Today, a suave invitational tournament was held in Tokyo at the Tokyo International Film Festival.

This was a Dragon Ball FighterZ event featuring some of the very best the game has to offer.

Held in a single-elimination format, it was a fairly quick affair to showcase the best of the best.

As mentioned, this is an invitational featuring 8 players, referred to as Dragon Ball FighterZ Super Match.

Players who participated in this event were FOX|SonicFox, CO|Go1, GGP|Kazunoko, NRG|HookGangGod, FT|Kaimart, R-Cade|Alioune, DO|Zer0q and KoreanWrestlingMan.

You can find the stream archive right here. It was broadcast on the Dragon Ball FighterZ Twitch channel.

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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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Campeonato Brasileiro de SFV results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

Today, we've got a nice event coming up from the Brazilian Street Fighter community.

Campeonato Brasileiro de SFV has been an ongoing league in Brazil that players have been able to qualify for, and the finals with the top 8 players is taking place today, in Curitiba, Brazil.

This is a one-day event, and there'll be a few hours of casuals before the actual event kicks off. The top 8 bracket will start off at 8 PM local time.

The 8 players who have qualified for this event are all names that you should be familiar with if you've been following the Capcom Pro Tour, since they're all mainstays in the high ranks in the Latin American region.

These players are Brolynho, Furia|HKDash, Keoma, Paulow3b, AAG|Pr3da, Arthuro-Ray, TPT|Stunner and AAG|Shingolex.

Streaming is being done at Kombat Klub.

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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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JAM Festival 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

JAM Festival 2018 is taking place this weekend in Lago Norte, Brazil.

This is the final Capcom Pro Tour Ranking event in the Latin American region, meaning that this will solidify most of the ranks in advance of the Latin American Regional Finals, with only the Last Chance Qualifier left for hopeful players.

Although it's mainly a Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition event, with over 60 players participating, there will be other games played as well.

You can look forward to tournament play in Dragon Ball FighterZ, Tekken 7, Super Smash Bros. Melee and King of Fighters 13 as well. They will also be playing the Top 16 of a local Brazilian league, called Jam Pro League 2018, for Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition on the Friday.

Players attending include DNG|Itabashi Zangief, Brolynho, FURIA|HKDash, Keoma, SB|DoomSnake, Paulow3b, AAG|Pr3da, TPT|Stunner, Umbrella|Dark, AAG|BabyBrasil, Shodown|ChuChu, FCBR|Ramon, Shodown|Zenith and many more.

Streaming is being done at JAM Play.

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Berlin Tekken Clash 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

The Tekken World Tour of 2018 is very close to drawing to an end.

This is the final European Challenger Event for this year's tour, taking place in Berlin, Germany.

Berlin Tekken Clash 2018 is also the second-to-last event to gain points at at all, with the only remaining event before the finals being Canada Cup 2018 next weekend, which is also a Challenger Event.

With 127 entrants, the pools are completely stacked, with many participants looking to this event to solidify their entry into the Finals come December.

Players participating include CGG|Tissuemon, UYU|Fergus, Crazy|SuperAkouma, EQNX|Dimeback, Asim, DO|Sephiback, DG|RooKang, Exeed|Ghirlanda, SNG|Blackbeard, 4G|DevilKazuya DanielMado, HG|Mitrust-Storm, 200K|SignorFarfalla and many more.

Streaming is being done at Berlin Tekken Clash.

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MASTERCUP 10 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

MASTERCUP 10 is back upon us yet again, and is stacked as always.

This Japanese mainstay event is one of the most prestigious Tekken tournaments out there, and a ton of players have shown up to compete.

It's a 5 vs. 5 team event with plenty of stacked groups, the complete list of which you can find here.

In total, 224 teams are partaking, meaning this event is host to a whopping 1120 players in total, as crazy as that sounds. It's a one-day event, so there'll be non-stop action from start to finish, and if you enjoy team-based events, this is the best action you'll see all year for Tekken. There will also be a second day event called MASTERCUP Try, where Japanese players will compete for a Pro Gamer License.

Players set to participate include ROX|Knee, UYU|Qudans, UYU|Jeondding, Kkokkoma, ROX|Chanel, Fursan|LowHigh, Yamasa|Nobi, Fursan|Rangchu, Yamasa|Take, AE|Pekos, Yamasa|Yuu, WG|Furumizu, Double, UYU|Yuyu, RB|Tanukana, CherryberryMango and many, many more.

Streaming is being done at MASTERCUP Channel in Japanese and Anime Illuminati in English.

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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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X Street Battle 2018 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

If you enjoyed The Mixup 2018 earlier this year, we've got good news for you.

The same people behind that monumentally successful event are going to give us some retro fighting game goodness this weekend, and two weekends from now again (at which point Darkstalkers / Vampire Savior will be taking the main stage).

As with The Mixup 2018, this is also taking place in Lyon, France, and is a culmination of the passion of the FGC all across south eastern France.

We're going to have X Street Battle 2018 taking place this week, which is a Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo focused event, featuring both solo and 3 vs 3 tournament play and even has guests from Japan participating in the competition.

A few names attending include Murasaki, Koemon, Kawasim, Psychochronic, but with over 60 entrants there's going to be a lot of matches going on.

Streaming is being done at LaDOSE TV.

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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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New Master III results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

Today, the latest installment in an event series is taking place in São Paulo, Brazil.

This is a Tekken 7 event, and a lot of players from across the country are set to join the fray.

It's a one-day event, so once the action kicks off it'll keep going until the end of the stream and a winner has been crowned, so make sure to tune in.

The event begins at 10 A.M. Brazilian time, right when this story goes live, so make sure not to miss any of it.

Streaming is being done at Projeto Korea.

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Fujimura takes home the gold at Topanga League 7, but how exactly did it go down? His and the other players' journeys detailed in our final recap

After two weeks of intense sets and thinning the herd, Topanga League 7 has finally reached its climax.

It was just a few hours ago that FD|Fujimura stood victorious in the end, with a 5-0 set score in the final stage, an accomplishment which is rare even within Topanga history.

In this final stage, he had to go up against CYG|Fuudo, FAV|Sako, Gachikun, OC|Gafro and GRPT|MOV in first-to-7 sets, which is anything but a simple feat.

So how did each player do in this final stage? The scores are easy to see, and you can find the placements both in our Topanga League 7 results story and further down in this one, but let's take a deeper look at their journeys these last three days as they all vied for that top spot in the finals.

If you're curious about the player's paths to reach the final stage to begin with, we have several Topanga recaps for the earlier stages as well, though I recommend this one covering the offline preliminaries if you're curious about the heated battles that led directly here.

Without further ado, let's have a look at the final Topanga League 7 standings, and look at how we reached that point in the first place.

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Topanga League 7 results

Update: This story has been updated with final results.

After a pretty long absence, the Topanga League is back and will be filled with blazing action as usual.

24 players will be playing in the league, with 21 of them being invited and 3 others qualifying through a preliminary tournament.

The players were divided up in three different blocks, each of which will have a 8-man round robin of first-to-3 sets played online, from which the winner will qualify to the finals, while the players who place from 2nd to 5th in each group will qualify to a second set of 4-man round robin groups which will be played in a first-to-7 format.

Each winner of that group will advance to the final group, joining the original 3 group winners, making for a 6-man first-to-7 round robin to crown the final winner. Also worth noting is that contrary to usual, Topanga is not character-locked this time around.

As for the prize money, first place will receive 1,5 million yen ($13,529), second place will get 600,000 yen ($5,412), third place goes home with 300,000 yen ($2,706). Contrary to prior leagues, some of the lower placements will also receive money, with 150,000 yen ($1,353) for fourth place, 100,000 yen ($902) for fifth place and 50,000 yen ($451) for sixth place.

For a more complete rundown of the event and who's participating, as well as their history, make sure to check out our official Topanga League 7 preview.

All of this action will be streamed over at the TopangaTV channel on OpenREC, and there will be a full schedule of which days to tune in listed further down in this story.

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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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