Unfortunately this year’s MLG Pro Circuit will not include Tekken 6. Eventhough it’s sad news we still would like to thank Major League Gaming for last year’s events.
Dilly has chosen the top 5 matches of the last Major League Gaming Tekken 6 season. Want to watch again the most memorable Pro Circuit moments? Click the link below!
Did you enjoy this year’s MLG Pro Circuit TEKKEN 6 tournaments? Do you want to either take part in or watch 2011 events featuring this game? If so, support! There is a community poll on the official MLG forums that needs the attention of the fighting game community! It’s up to us to make sure TEKKEN 6 is included in MLG next year! TEKKEN 6 at MLG was a great success last year! Let’s vote and see it back in 2011!
Vote and spread the word!
NOTE: You must sign up for the MLG forums to cast your vote.
Our interview with the MLG National Champion is finally here! Anakin has answered 30 out of all your questions (there were TONS of them!), some of which are covering Jack in Tekken 6, his MLG performance and the gap between USA and Korea. Check the interview in the rest of the entry.
Aris and MYK are bringing you the newest episode of Avoiding the Puddle featuring an interview with the MLG National Champion, Anakin! Apart from the interview, the two SoCal players cover the last MLG event, the new Tekken Tag Tournament 2 footage and more!
ATL_Hoa is still on the top! Having joined CheckSix Gaming he was interviewed by Dilly (DancingWithNoobs) from the MLG staff. Want to find out information on one of the top US Tekken 6 players? Click the link below to jump to the interview.
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.
We are only a few days away from one of the most epic Tekken 6 tournaments ever! Top players from all over the US and South Korea will come to Dallas to try to become the National Champion and win $12,500 in the Grand Finals. Be sure to watch the MLG Dallas Live Stream between the 5th and 7th November!
Do you remember MLG.TV? They have started putting up rebroadcasts from the Pro Circuit Washington event. Eventhough the Tekken 6 isn’t up yet, it’s only a matter of time until the videos are uploaded. CLICK HERE to jump to MLG.TV. In the meantime you can give your opinion on the MLG Pro Circuit Tekken 6 stream. If you think that something should be changed, post it at Tekken Zaibatsu!
Korean players have once again proven themselves to be beasts! Nin won 3:1 in the MLG Washington final against Knee and both of them, teaming up with Anakin from Atlanta, dominated the team tournament as well. Will the Dallas event become the Korean Tekken 6 invasion? We have to wait 3 more weeks to find out. Meanwhile, check out the full results down below.
This year’s 4th MLG Pro Circuit Tekken 6 event will be streamed live all the weekend! Players from all over the US, as well as Koreans, came to Washington to find out who is the best MLG Tekken 6 player a few weeks before the Grand Finals which will take place in Dallas in November. Ready for some great Tekken 6 action?
MLG D.C. Washington is getting closer and closer! Get ready for this season’s last Pro Circuit event before the National Finals and get your Tekken 6 pass now! They will be available until Mon, Oct 11, 2010 11:59 PM.
Another hot Major League Gaming Pro Circuit Tekken 6 weekend has come to an end. FightingGM reached the final in the single tournament for the 2nd time in a row but he had to accept his loss again, this time against JustFrameJames. Sunday’s team tournament was won by team Kor/Crow/Naps who managed to win against Pokchop/Brian Nichols/Big Boi in the Grand Finals. Check the top 8 results down below.