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Bandai Namco has officially announced the Dragon Ball Fighterz World Tour, a tournament series scheduled to begin this summer. Very little is known about the series, but it is expected to model Bandai’s Tekken world tour which boasts a $25,000 prize pool for the finals. The first stop on the tour is the CEO fighting...
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ESL has announced a new partnership with Square Enix. They will be partnering up to bring Dissidia NT events to North America and Europe. Tournaments have open sign-ups and will consist of weekly competitions from May 20th through July 11th. Playoffs will be held at the end of each of the four week segments, with...
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Following a major match in Osaka, Japan in June, wrestling star Kenny Omega will be hosting a New Japan event in Daytona Beach, Florida. It will be held at the CEO Fighting Game Championships and will be an experiment in merging professional wrestling with Esports. This event gets underway June 29th. Source: Sports Illustrated Image:...
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Nintendo is officially partnering up with Combo Breaker 2018, beefing up their presence in the fighting game community. Both Smash Bros for the WiiU and Melee will be supported games at the tournament. The tournament is scheduled for May 25th in St. Charles, Illinois. Source: Nintendo Wire Image: Pixabay
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One of the first major Smash tournaments of the year was held in Indiana. Full Bloom 4 featured at least half of the top 100 Melee players. In the end, it was Hungrybox who went all the way, dropping only a game to his perennial rivals Mango and Leffen. The win marks Hungrybox’s first major...
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One of the largest gaming organizations in the world, OpTic Gaming, is venturing into the fighting game community. Starting on June 8th, Optic Arena will host their first fighting game competitions. Games include Dragon Ball FighterZ, Street Fighter 5, and Smash Bros Melee. Each tournament will have a $5,000 pot-bonus courtesy of Optic Gaming. Source:...
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