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Japanese Invite #1 for TOURNAMENT OF LEGENDS III

The TOURNAMENT OF LEGENDS III fundraiser has passed $650 and we’ve unlocked the first Japanese invite! Thank you to all who have donated so far. This event could not happen without your support!

And without further ado, The first Japanese invite for TOURNAMENT OF LEGENDS III is… Mattsun!

Mattsun is the two-time defending Canada Cup Super Turbo champion and the only two-time singles champion in Canada Cup history. Mattsun is a highly decorated Japanese grandmaster with first place finishes at prestigious tournaments such as X-MANIA, X-MANIA EUROPE, Kakerugo, X-EST and 4/X FOX.

TOURNAMENT OF LEGENDS III takes place at Canada Cup 2018 on November 26-28, 2018 with Super Turbo players from around the globe attending. If you can’t attend a local qualifier, you can still participate in one of the Last Chance Qualifiers at CC 2017 and earn a spot in ToL3! More detailed information with the list of qualifiers and upcoming qualifiers can be found at the TOURNAMENT OF LEGENDS III page.

Also, please check out the TOURNAMENT OF LEGENDS III fundraiser at https://www.gofundme.com/legends3 to help support ST Revival with tournament expenses and pick up some awesome Super Turbo related goodies in the process. If you can’t swing a full donation for one of the prizes, a small donation of even a couple of dollars is still greatly appreciated! The next Japanese invite will be unlocked at $1300!

TOURNAMENT OF LEGENDS III poster

4/X FOX

4/X FOX 2017 Tournament Results

Kakerugo 2017 5on5 Results!

Team 新婚チャンプwithデゲシュ会: Fujimon (Dee Jay), MatsuKen (Ken), Oakfei (Fei Long), Yonezaki (Dictator), Makki (Ryu) win Kakerugo 2017 by defeating Team 織田・今川連合軍: Opemai (Claw), Yondaime (Sagat), Nakamu (Blanka), Pikku (Claw), Kawashima (Boxer) in the grand finals!

KAKERUGO 2017 5on5
May 6, 2017
Tokyo, JAPAN
Players: 196 (40 teams)
Bracket: Twitter
Video: Twitch
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Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi – April 28th

Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi

Here is this week’s footage from Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi in Nagoya, which took place on April 28th, 2017, courtesy of Super Street Fighter II Turbo. This week features a special Japan vs the World, East vs West-style team battle with foreign players from the US, Canada, and Europe in attendance.

1P: Gussan, Beya, Sawada, Edo, Pechi, Kyoju, Miyamiya, ARG, Prince, Ito, MAO

2P: Double-U, MONPOTE VINCENT, lucky jim, Miller Time, SPARSTER, EVD, Josh, ISIMORN, EB-POPE, yogaboy, Silentscope88, Zarghatt, ATARI, eltrouble, Balcork, Damdai, The★Superstar, Futachan

Gamespot Versus April 25, 2017

Footage from Gamespot Versus that took place on April 25th, 2017 courtesy of Super Street Fighter II Turbo.

Kakerugo Takes Place May 6th

Kakerugo is Japan’s giant annual 5on5 tournament, which takes place during Golden Week (a week long collection of Japanese holidays). The Japanese ST community takes this opportunity to hold Kakerugo where players all over Japan come to participate. In recent years, it has become a popular event for foreign players to come enjoy as well. This year, 40 foreign players from the US, Canada, and Europe are heading to Japan to participate not only in Kakerugo but also to visit a bunch of arcades around Japan and participate in regular and special events surrounding Kakerugo.

XGamerz has compiled a list of teams from the announcements made by @ssf2x_net.

Kakerugo will be taking place at Game Daytona Shiki on May 6th starting at 2PM (Japan Time) / 1AM (EST) / May 5th at 10PM (PST) and will be streamed on Daytona Shiki’s Twitch TV channel.

Photos below courtesy of MAO and Otochun:

Gamespot Versus 1.24.17

Footage from Gamespot Versus that took place on January 24th, courtesy of Super Street Fighter II Turbo.

This week features:

1P: Numacchi, Giu, Mamanashiken, Jajanken, Hatenko, Wata, Tako-sama, Matsui, Kaneko, Jimmy, Tensai Chinpanji, Kato, ZangiF, Hide, Mu, Gucchi, Kondo, Takechi, Nakamu, Kawasim, Yuuvega, Kurahashi

2P: Minarai, MasterP, Fukuyama, XSPR, Risty, Hitoshi Matsumoto, Shal, Yakirori, Tonkatsu, Miya, Shonan, Tomoza, Palestina, Te, Aoba, Grygla, Shu, Choshu, Hustler, Abebin, Seo, Mattsun

Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi – 1.20.17

Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi

Here is this week’s footage from Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi in Nagoya, which took place on January 20th, 2017, courtesy of Super Street Fighter II Turbo. This week’s footage features:

1P: Gussan (Ryu), Koike (Guile), Tasaka (Cammy), Futachan (Ryu), The★Superstar (Boxer)

2P: GIX (Ryu), Sawada (Cammy), Kyoju (Dhalsim), Prince (Chun), MAO (Claw)

X-EST 2016 Results

X-EST 2016 results from August 28th, 2016 held at E-Sports SQUARE in Tokyo, JAPAN.

X-EST 2016
August 28, 2016
Tokyo, JAPAN
Players: 93
Bracket Block A
Bracket Block B
Bracket Block C
Bracket Block D
Bracket Block FINALS

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X-EST Stream Information: Gamenewton and UltraChenTV

X-EST banner

X-EST, a big 3-on-3 tournament that will be featuring the superstars of the Japanese ST world, will be taking place this Sunday, August 28th (Japan Time).

X-EST will be streamed on Game Newton’s Twitch TV channel: https://www.twitch.tv/gamenewton

There will also be an English stream by James Chen on UltraChenTV: https://www.twitch.tv/ultrachentv

Time/Date: August 27 10PM PST / August 28 1AM EST / August 28 2PM Japan

Entrants: X-EST 2016 List of registered teams compiled by Xgamerz

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