KOBUSI DOJO and NBGI are live streaming their latest event, KOBUSI-Mania! The event is now going through qualifying rounds in Tokyo, Japan and has been streaming since 16:00 local time. Our good friend Harada-san is also in attendance! Click below and enjoy!
The international clash of TEKKEN skill is over! The dust has settled and our champions arise… With representatives from Korea, Japan, USA, Italy, Spain, Denmark, the Netherlands, Venezuela, and more! Who came out on top!? Click below for top results and some vids!
We’re only a few days away from the first Tekken 6 Ultimate Tournament in France! Get ready for some awesome Tekken action featuring players from all around the world! Watch the trailer down below.
Check out the rest of the entry for more videos, featuring INTERVIEWS WITH SUNCHIP AND MALGU, as well as a FT5 DEATHMATCH between them! Also, don’t forget to visit the TOURNAMENT’S OFFICIAL SITE to check the live stream details.
Six Asian players in an American T6 tournament and none of them in top 3? Impossible is nothing! Anakin from Atlanta became the first Major League Gaming Pro Circuit National Champion, winning $12,500 and lots of other prizes. Kor from Texas and Fab from NYC took 2nd and 3rd place, placing higher than Knee (4th).
1st – Anakin (USA)
2nd – Kor (USA)
3rd – NYC Fab (USA)
4th – Knee (Korea)
5th – Nin (Korea)
6th – Crow (USA)
7th – AO (Japan)
8th – JustFrameJames (USA)
Also, don’t miss the Sunday’s 3v3 competition!
The MLG Dallas weekend is finally here! Get ready for the Pro Circuit final battle with participants from all over the US, as well as some big names from Korea and Japan featuring Knee, Nin, AO and more!
If you are interested in using a chat while watching the stream, JUMP HERE.
The fourth edition of the Japanese Master Cup Tekken tournament will be taking place this Sunday. The Tekken 6 tournament will be STREAMED LIVE and it’s going to start at 8:00 AM local time. If you are confused about the time difference between your place and Japan you can check the current time in Tokyo.
Have you ever imagined a 12v12 Tekken 6 match featuring some of the top players from various countries? It’s like a dream coming true… hungry for some details? Check them down below!
Three out of four Asian players placed top 4 in the first World Cyber Games Tekken 6 finals including players from a number of countries. In one of the best Tekken 6 tournament final we have seen so far Knee won 3:2 against AO’s Alisa and was crowned the WCG 2010 Champion! Check the rest of the entry for the top 8 results and some of the videos.
The second Bloodline Rebellion team tournament at Tougeki has just gone down in history. Results are posted down below.
1st – Sumairu X (Marduk), Nesuchan (Devil Jin), Tatatatatatatata (Lars) [Japan]
2nd – Daipan (Steve), Pekosu (Bob), Pandamania (Panda) [Japan]
T 3rd – Addung (Asuka), Narakhof (Marduk), Naengmyun Sungin (Roger) [South Korea]
T 3rd – IDE (Bob), Agichi (Leo), Seikingu (King) [Japan]
Videos from the tournament can be viewed HERE, however, keep in mind that they can be deleted any moment.
It has finally been unveiled! Live from Tokyo Game Show 2010 at the Tougeki / Super Battle Opera main stage… TEKKEN TAG TOURNAMENT 2 has officially been announced! SDTEKKEN is there live with Mad Catz & Bandai Namco Games to cover the event! Check out the trailer! More info and screens below!
WCG 2010 World Finals are only a few weeks away! The Japanese event took place recently. Click the links below to check the videos and find out who qualified for the Tekken 6 finals!
Thanks everyone for your patience! Last month at Comic-Con, MarkMan and shortboy got together with aris to ask YOUR questions! Click below for the video interview featuring one of the best Dragunov players in the world, SoCal’s aris!
WARNING: Language and content for mature audiences!
“With the overwhelming response we have received from the fans of Evo, we have decided to push back the date of Evo Japan to Spring 2011. This will ensure all the fans of Evo can join us in the land of the rising sun to test their skills against Japanese players.” – says MrWizard. Read the rest of the entry to watch the Evolution Japan teaser!
Eventhough Holeman had been eliminated and hadn’t manage to place in the top 8, South Korea took the victory at Evolution 2010 Tekken 6 tournament thanks to the legendary Steve player, Nin! The Tekken Crash commentator in the Grand Final faced last year’s winner, Rip. Check the link below for the results and videos.
Tougeki organizers just announced to the world that the 8th annual Arcadia Cup Tournament Grand FINALS will be taking place Sept. 18 – 19 later this year AT Tokyo Game Show! TEKKEN 6 FINALS will be taking place on the 18th! There will be at least one US TEKKEN 6 team representing at this event! More news as it happens!