- Spring Series tournament took place last weekend with more than 100 players from all over the world and a final between Otochun and Murasaki. [Video playlist (both onstream and offstream matches as well as the FT5 exhibitions) | Bracket links in video descriptions | Gian’s re-stream: Day 1 & Day 2 (in Japanese)]. Post event reports: [James Chen’s report (minute 1:14:04) | Chen’s on-site report & tour | Free Play thank you video | Free Play post event documentary & review]. Soon to be published: Pool D Offstream, Top 32 Offstream.
- Monday Night Fightcade @ Arkadeum ran their #123 weekly event with RemoMD Dictator and Hokuto Claw in the finals. [Bracket | Video]
- Special team battle at Enpara arcade in Osaka (Kansai) of Ken vs Guile. All the top players were using one character or the other. Kotaka Shoten was invited from Tokyo and played the final against Aniken. Unfortunately, player names are on screen in Japanese only. We’ll try to add a translation as a comment soon. [Video]
- The legend Gian Dhalsim started a weekly stream every Monday with online sessions on 30th anniversary. He called the sessions Gian Recitals and he is properly archiving them on youtube as well. [This week’s video]
- FT10 from the KomonoMichi Series at Game Spot Versus in Tokyo (Kanto) between Cloiwan Honda vs. Yuuvega Dictator. [Video]
- North vs South weekly team tournament #124 from the HL-SEGA arcade in Osaka (Kansai). With the presence of Tsuji Boxer. Due to the change of the broadcaster player names in English won’t be appearing on screen. [Video | source: Shogatsu’s youtube channel – live stream every Monday night – Japan time)]
- Game Daytona Shiki weekly tournament in Tokyo (Kanto). With their usual “winner stays on” format. There are always 2 laps. This week’s final is between Kawasim Dhalsim and Haku Cammy. Annotations in the video description. [Video | source: Daytona twitch channel – live stream on Friday nights (Japan time)]
- Extra life cafe in Paris run another event of their ranking battle series. With a final between Zagi ChunLi and Touco. [Bracket | Video]