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Fighting Tournament Weekend: Tokyo Button Mashers, SFV Crash, The Fight, Overheat!

Tripon

Member
Global Schedule




Tokyo Button Mashers


http://capcomprotour.com/ranking-tournament-tokyo-button-mashers-2016/
Stream:

https://www.twitch.tv/buttonmashersjp

Schedule:



Challonge: http://challonge.com/users/buttonmashersjp
Entry List:

http://buttonmashers-game.com/tbm_entry/

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SFV Crash Finals!





Street Fighter V Crash from the Nexon Arena in Seoul, South Korea.


Stream:
Korean: https://www.twitch.tv/crash_kr
English: https://www.twitch.tv/crash_en

Schedule:
Sun: 1am – 4am [EDT]/Sat: 10PM-1AM [PDT]

Brackets:


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The Fight


http://capcomprotour.com/ranking-tournament-fight-2016/
https://www.facebook.com/events/560505980797623/

Stream: https://www.twitch.tv/colombianfgc

Schedule:
For SFV


Other information:

Date: June 4th and 5th
Schedule: Saturday June 4th 10am to 8pm
Sunday June 5th 10am to 8pm

Free entrance for espectators
Players fee: Us $8 (COP $20.000)
Sign-ups deadline: Wednesday, June 1st

Tournaments:
- Street Fighter V - Ranking event for the Latin American region for the Capcom Pro Tour
- The King of Fighters XIII (XBOX 360)
- The King of Fighters 2002UM (Steam)
- Mortal Kombat XL (PS4)
- Super Smash Bros WiiU

Challonge: http://thefight2016.challonge.com/

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Overheat!


Biweekly Pokken tournament at KO Gaming Lounge in Southern California

Stream: Stream: twitch.tv/ennymura

Schedule: Sat, June 4, 7pm – Sun, June 5, 1am [PDT]

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I'd love that, but surely there'd get in trouble, right?

Of course, SF Crash could always hire legit commentators, but apparently that's too obvious?
I think the arcade stream guys approached Crash. I'm not sure who else could commentate as they have to be living in Korea.

These guys do suck though.
 

pixelish

Member
Is there a way to do that in twitch?

"This stream features split audio. If you want to hear english commentary, go to your computer's sound settings and set the sound balance all the way to the right. If you want to hear Japanese commentary, set it all the way to the left."

but don't bother doing anything yet since they're having issues with the mic settings
 
Haitani plays a good Necalli but I feel like he has hit the ceiling with that character. It serves him well but I don't see it giving him a chance to win a major.
 

Tripon

Member
Haitani plays a good Necalli but I feel like he has hit the ceiling with that character. It serves him well but I don't see it giving him a chance to win a major.

Haitani already won BAM 8 with Necalli.

Also, English and JP commentary is dead, just leaving the game audio at Tokyo Button Mashers.
 
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