Monday, March 02, 2015

Mix Up Night #25 - result; the strongest Night so far; Nemo, Eita, Uryo, Mago, Kindevu, Haitani

Mix Up Night #25 held on Feb 28, 2015 located at Maid Cafe CCOcha as usual. The event starts at 11:30 PM JST (GMT +9), featuring two popular titles in FCG - Ultra Street Fighter IV & Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. The winner of UMvC3 also qualify for KVO2015 on May.

This round, lot of strong players in Japan that seldom travel for oversea tournament were here. Here's a list of notable players: Nemo, Eita, Uryo, Mago, Kindevu, Dogura, Haitani, -6, Cantona, RF, Kindo, Dath, and more!

You can also check out the tournament brackets here: USFIV | UMVC3.

Result below:

Friday, February 27, 2015

Previously on Japanese FGC streams; Tokido, Bonchan, Sako vs. Poongko, Kazunoko's Ranked Match at Steam, Daigo, Mago and more!

Recent Japanese Ultra Street Fighter IV highlight gathered from various sources, top players match recap.

Poongko (Seth) vs. Sako (Elena) (uploaded by Dark Taurus from Poongko TV)


More here:

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Topanga TV - Feb 25, 2015

Topanga TV featuring Mago, Momochi, Tokido. Weekly fighting game show stream from Topanga TV channel on every Wednesday 9:00 PM JST (GMT +9).

Watch the video below:

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Kachitagari TV - Feb 24, 2015

Kachitagari TV featuring Bonchan, Kazunoko, Fuudo. Weekly fighting game show stream from Topanga TV channel on every Tuesday 9:00 PM JST (GMT +9).

Watch the video below:

Monday, February 23, 2015

USFIV - Daigo Umehara, Oppoibuki, Blackcats28 in Endless Battles - Feb 22, 2015

Ultra Street Fighter IV Endless Battles - Daigo Umehara (Evil Ryu) vs. Oppoibuki (Ibuki) vs. Blackcats28 (Akuma). This was happen on Oppoibuki's stream, after he's finished trying out some technique in training room, and then he found Daigo's lobby.

Part 1


Thursday, February 19, 2015

Capcom Cup 2015 - Highest prizes in the FGC history!

As Ono announced in Capcom Cup 2014, this year the Capcom $500,000 cash prizes in the entire series of Capcom Pro Tour and Capcom Cup.

There will be 16 Premier events and the top 15 players on the ranking leaderboard will earn a spot in the Capcom Cup. The last Capcom Cup 2015 spot has already been given to defending champion, EG.Momochi. You can find the Capcom Pro Tour event schedule at this link.

Capcom Cup 2015 Prizes:

- 1st Place: $120,000 (~14mil. yen)
- 2nd Place: $60,000
- 3rd Place: $25,000
- 4th Place: $15,000
- 5-6th Place: $10,000 (each)
- 7-8th Place: $5,000 (each)

And also each of the 16 Premier events will have a $15,000 prize pot and EVO will have a $50,000 pot bonus. All tournament will run 2/3 sets until the top 8, which will be 3/5.

Sources from Capcom Pro Tour, Eventhubs.

IMO: Last year, Capcom Pro Tour Asia Finals actually looks to be more "Grander" than the Capcom Cup, because the format was like Topanga League, all players get to play with everyone, it not just determines player's strength deeper but also has more entertaining matches.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Topanga TV - Feb 18, 2015

Topanga TV featuring Mago, Momochi, Tokido. Weekly fighting game show stream from Topanga TV channel on every Wednesday 9:00 PM JST (GMT +9).

Watch the video below:

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Kachitagari TV - Feb 17, 2015

Kachitagari TV featuring Bonchan, Kazunoko, Fuudo. Weekly fighting game show stream from Topanga TV channel on every Tuesday 9:00 PM JST (GMT +9).

Watch the video below: