A big tournament organised by Tekken-Italia is going to take place early October in Milan. Kor and Real Law from USA have been invited to join the event. If you want to make it possible for them to get to Italy, you can donate here.
Neither of the last year’s Berlin Tekken Clash made it to the finals this time. Bode, the legandary Julia player faced Killerdoll from Finland. The Armor King player’s performance was a big suprise for most of the players and live stream viewers. Killerdoll became BTC IV champion. Check out the rest of the entry for results and live stream archive.
The fourth Berlin Tekken Clash tournament is taking place now. The event is being broadcasted and can be watched HERE. Find out whether or not Gajda will keep the last year’s title.
Our friend Demonitzu from Tekken Zone has announced that the Dutch community is organising a big event with lots of tournaments this October. Tekken 6 will be one of the games featured! Check out the full post for details of Red Fight District 2011 and an awesome trailer!
If you are going to attend this year’s Evolution tournament then we are warning you that you won’t be able to use PlayStation 3 wireless controllers. Fight Sticks, Arcade Sticks, controllers with converters – yes. Sixaxis and Dual Shock 3 – no. Check out the rest of the entry for details by Mr Wizard.
Asia dominated DamagermanY with 3 players placing top 3. The other guest outside of Europe, FightingGM, placed 5th having lost to European’s best Devil Jin player, Devil Kazuya. Suprisingly the event became a festival of Mishimas because Ryan Hart using Kazuya tied the 5th place with GM. Three Mishima players among best 6 participants? This is rare to see and was a pleasure to watch on the live stream.
1st – JDCR (Devil Jin, Heihachi) [South Korea]
2nd – Hankuma (Leo, Kuma/Panda) [South Korea]
3rd – AO (Alisa) [Japan]
4th – Devil Kazuya (Devil Jin) [Italy]
5/6th – FightingGM (Lee) [USA], Ryan Hart (Kazuya) [UK]