The third Berlin Tekken Clash tournament took place last Saturday. Players from various European countries came to Berlin to participate in a Tekken 6 tournament. Who came out victorious? Read the rest of the entry to find out.
1st – Gajda (Poland) – Lars
2nd – Sephiblack (Germany) – Miguel
3rd – PolishPanda aka Di (Poland) – Panda
4rd – Philipp (Germany) – Law
5th – Ceb (Germany) – Heihachi
5th – Boskon (Poland) – Nina
7th – Sonik (Germany) – Julia
7th – IronJin (Germany) – Steve
top 4 players: Philipp (4th), Di (3rd), Gajda (1st), Sephiblack (2nd)
more photos can be found at TekkenTreff
Eventhough lots of European who signed in didn’t show up, Berlin Tekken Clash III was great. Erdalista did an awesome job organising the event. I enjoyed playing against and talking to many skilled players – Erdalista, SabreDabre, Sephiblack, Enheas and Gajda to name the few.
For videos, visit the two following YouTube channels:
The Polish TVN TV station employees came to Berlin to record some videos for the new episode of “Zielone Drzwi” program with Adam “Gajda” Gajda, arguably the current best Lars player in Europe being this episode’s main person. Gajda, in fact, is a phenomenon – not because he is so skilled but because he’s been handicaped ever since he was born. He’s got no fingers on his left hand and only two on his right what does not prevent him from being an exceptional Tekken player with a great movement and execution (he had been playing Mishimas until the console version of Tekken 6 was released). The show will be broadcasted somewhere in June and we’ll do our best to make it possible to add English subtitles.
Moreover, you’ll be able to choose Gajda in our upcoming poll as the next person who will be interviewed by SDTEKKEN.COM!