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Canada Cup 2016 – October 28-30

Canada Cup 2016 takes place October 28th through October 30th, in Toronto, Ontario is shaping up to be Canada’s largest Super Turbo event yet! We’re looking to have around four Undamned/Supergun setups running all weekend, and there’s a $500 pot bonus if we hit over 50 entrants. Last year’s Canada Cup had 40-something so it’s certainly possible to break that number this year!

Registration is $40 CAD plus $10 for ST, goes up in price this Friday July 1st and consistently raising in price until the event, so now’s the best time to register. Deals on flights and hotel available in the Travel Info section of the Canada Cup website. The event is being run right out of a hotel and the rooms are pretty cheap at the moment. The place is also right near the airport so there are a ton of other places to stay if you want to shop around.

Visit the Canada Cup website for more information.

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Gamespot Versus 6.28.16

Here is this week’s Gamespot Versus East vs West team battle from June 28th, courtesy of Super Street Fighter II Turbo.

Rules: Two teams are chosen beforehand as well as player order. The first two players from each team battle each other and the winner stays on to fight the next player from the other team. Once a team has run out of players they lose the event. The remaining players on the winning team face each other in an exhibition at the end of the event.

This week features:

1P: Pimekko, N Oah, Miki, Senbon, Ushio, XSPR, Abebin, Shinonii, Kaneko, Miya, Miharu, Nikaiten, Su, Tonkatsu, Fukuyama, Teppe, Blue Red Oku Dake, Hide, Takechi, Tsunoppi, Choshu, Tomoza, Kawasim, Mattsun, Koemon, Kawamata

2P: Harukiyo, MGN, Wata, Hitoshi Matsumoto, Tako-sama, Danboru, Shu, EcoDJ, MOR, Te, Chi, Jimmy, Tera-san, Gucchi, Nemo, Azefai, Hidye, Kotetsu, Akabla, Kurahashi, Yakitori, YuuVega, AFO

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Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi 第17回 6.24.16

Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi 第17回

Here is this week’s footage from Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi 第17回 in Nagoya, which took place on June 24th, 2016, courtesy of Super Street Fighter II Turbo. This week’s footage features:

1P: Nori (Chun), Legend (Ryu), Gussan (Ryu), Beya (O.Ken), Kyouju (Dhalsim), Miyamiya (Ryu), Pechi (Dictator), The★Superstar (Boxer), Ito (DJ), ARG (Claw)

2P: GIX (Ryu), Crazy (Boxer), Wani!K (Honda), Sawada (Cammy), Chara Otoko (Blanka), Maruyama (Chun), Itokazu (Dictator), Prince (Chun), Gotoh (Ryu), Futachan (Ryu)

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Wednesday Night Fights 2.7 ST Results

Eltrouble and Miller Time are running weekly Super Turbo tournaments at Wednesday Night Fights and the latest tournament took place this past Wednesday. @Jutsu Esports and @Ashes_TV are providing the streams every week at https://www.twitch.tv/jutsuesports

For more information about Wednesday Night Fights you can visit the Level|Up website.

See all Wednesday Night Fights tournament results.

This week’s tournament had 30 players and here are the results:

Wednesday Night Fights 2.7
June 22, 2016
Santa Ana, CA
Players: 15
Bracket

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Wednesday Night Fights 2.4 Top 3. 1st - eltrouble, 2nd - Silentscope, 3rd - Mr. Igloo

Photo courtesy of @sharonasaurusx.

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Gamespot Versus 6.21.16

Here is this week’s Gamespot Versus East vs West team battle from June 21st, courtesy of Super Street Fighter II Turbo.

Rules: Two teams are chosen beforehand as well as player order. The first two players from each team battle each other and the winner stays on to fight the next player from the other team. Once a team has run out of players they lose the event. The remaining players on the winning team face each other in an exhibition at the end of the event.

This week features:

1P: Miki, Ushio, N Chun, Nakanofu, Risty, Shinonii, Tako-sama, Iinuma, Sada, EcoDJ, Tonkatsu, Kaneko, Nia, Koedo, Tsunoppi, Hide, Tencho, Hustler, Choshu, Urabide, Kawasim, YuuVega

2P: nicofromtokyo, Wata, MGN, Karaagemaru, Nikaiten, Sara30, Hitoshi Matsumoto, XSPR, Yafumin, Shal, Aoba, Shonan, Te, Cross, Gucchi, Hidye, Tomoza, Azefai, Mattsun, Koemon, Sasori, Noguchi

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Gamespot Versus 6.14.16

Here is this week’s Gamespot Versus East vs West team battle from June 14th, courtesy of Super Street Fighter II Turbo.

Rules: Two teams are chosen beforehand as well as player order. The first two players from each team battle each other and the winner stays on to fight the next player from the other team. Once a team has run out of players they lose the event. The remaining players on the winning team face each other in an exhibition at the end of the event.

This week features:

1P: Miki, Sada, Moro, Hitoshi Matsumoto, Tako-sama, Shal, Miharu, Munari, Koedo, Kato, Grygla, Jimmy, EcoDJ, Tomoza, Hanashi, Tencho, Toukon, Abebin, Mattsun, Nikaiten, Yakitori, Kotaka Shoten, Kawamata

2P: Taiyan, Nakanofu, Risty, Karaagemaru, XSPR, KOTOChun, Yafumin, Chika, Neri, Shonan, Piroshi, Te, Palestina, Hide, Tera-san, Nemo, Choshu, Nia, Seo, Hustler, Kikai, Koemon, YuuVega, Kawasim

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Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi 第16回 6.17.16

Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi 第16回

Here is this week’s footage from Space Shuttle Shiogamaguchi 第16回 in Nagoya, which took place on June 17th, 2016, courtesy of Super Street Fighter II Turbo. This week’s footage features:

1P: Gussan (Ryu), Mikkabi Mikan (Chun), Sawada (Cammy), Noguchan (Ryu), Miyamiya (Ryu), Prince (Chun), Yondaime (Sagat), Gotoh (Ryu), MAO (Claw)

2P: Shoshinsha Bison (Boxer), Legend (Ryu), Chara Otoko (Blanka), Beya (O.Ken), Kenshiro (Boxer), Hanayama (Ryu), The★Superstar (Boxer), Futachan (Ryu), Fujimon (DJ)

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Neyagawa ABC – 6.12.16

Neyagawa ABC footage from June 12th 2016, courtesy of Super Street Fighter II Turbo, featuring:

Kuraba (Ken), malure (Chun), Yomiaido (O.Ryu), ToneP (Dhalsim), Muteki (Guile), Otochun (Chun), Wani!K (Honda/Zangief), KKY (Dhalsim), JK (Hawk/Zangief), Matsuken (Ken), Kazu (DJ), Nakino Ryutaro (Ryu), Fujimon (Claw/DJ), Akko (Claw), Hakun (Honda), Kusumondo (Honda), Shogatsu (O.Honda), Hibachi (Boxer/Ken), Aoreppu (Ryu), Batayan (Guile), Zagi (Chun), Murasaki (Dictator), Degeshu2go (Ken), colors (O.Sagat/DJ), Shigaken (Ken), Gunze (Zangief), Fukuyama (Ryu), Edo (Chun), Teppe (Guile), YuuVega (Dictator), SIN (Honda/Boxer)

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Wednesday Night Fights 2.6 ST Results

Eltrouble and Miller Time are running weekly Super Turbo tournaments at Wednesday Night Fights and the latest tournament took place this past Wednesday. Sergjiev stepped in this week for @Ashes_TV to provide the stream. http://www.twitch.tv/arkadeum

For more information about Wednesday Night Fights you can visit the Level|Up website.

See all Wednesday Night Fights tournament results.

This week’s tournament had 30 players and here are the results:

Wednesday Night Fights 2.6
June 15, 2016
Santa Ana, CA
Players: 30
Bracket
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Wednesday Night Fights 2.4 Top 3. 1st - AfroCole, 2nd - Silentscope, 3rd - eltrouble

Photo courtesy of @MillerTimeFGC.

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Lost Ark Battle Circuit – 6.11.16

A new ST find hidden in down in Greensboro, North Carolina!

Footage from Lost Ark Battle Circuit held at Lost Ark Videogames in Greensboro, NC. Streams of the ST events can be seen at: https://www.twitch.tv/lost_ark_video_games

Info about the Lost Ark Battle Circuit:

The Battle Circuit is a fighting game tournament series unlike anything previously held at Lost Ark. Four games will be featured and a tournament will be held for each game every month; the same game will appear on the same Saturday each month. This will culminate in a qualifier-only tournament in January 2017: “The Lost Ark Cup.” The Lost Ark Cup will feature the largest prize support we have ever offered, including full sponsorship to EVO (2017) and cash prizes as high as $1000.

Starting FEBRUARY 2016, Lost Ark tournaments will exclusively feature the following four games:

1st Saturday: Guilty Gear Xrd (SIGN then Revelator upon release)
2nd Saturday: Super Street Fighter II Turbo
3rd Saturday: Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike
4th Saturday: Street Fighter V

These games have been chosen for their sustained interest among the regular Lost Ark players and among players around NC. If your favorite game is not represented, come out and encourage support for your game!

– TOURNAMENT LAYOUT –

There will be two types of tournaments: Ranbats (or ranking battles) and cash pot/cash prize tournaments.
Ranbats will be FREE to enter (with arcade admission) and will award ranking points to determine seeding in the cash pot/cash prize tournaments. Ranbats will not have prizes beyond seeding/qualifier points. Pot entry tournaments will have a cash BUY-IN and a cash payouts.

Cash POT/ Cash Prize tournaments will be held every 4th month (April/August/December). The entry fee for the pot will vary by game (typically $5-10). The three preceding tournaments will be RANBATS, which determine player seeding for that tournament. Ranking points will be distributed according to the number of entries and WILL RESET AFTER EVERY CASH PRIZE TOURNAMENT.
Placing ties will award both players the same amount of points.

If 10 people enter:
1st – 10 points
2nd – 9 points
etc.

– LOST ARK CUP –

By earning points in ranbat events and by winning cash prize tournaments, players can earn entry in the Lost Ark Cup: a 12-man (16 for SFV) qualifier-only tournament in January 2017.

Because of the effort required to simply participate in this event, the prizes on offer will be the largest ever awarded for a Lost Ark event. All qualifiers will receive prizes of some kind. The grand prize for the winner of this event is as follows:

SSFIIT and THIRD STRIKE
A check for $1,000. Yes, you read it right: 1K.

Full details about the Lost Ark Cup.

HOW TO QUALIFY:

The top 3 ranked players in RANBAT ranking points at the end of every three month period will QUALIFY for the Lost Ark Cup.

The WINNER of every pot tournament will also qualify. (WINNER and RUNNER-UP for SFV)

IF SOMEONE HAS ALREADY QUALIFIED, THE SPOT WILL GO TO THE NEXT ELIGIBLE PLAYER.

For full details, visit the Lost Ark Arcade website.

Lost Arc Battle Circuit

Lost Arc Battle Circuit

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