DBFZ Regional Finals in Europe: Four Winners, One Champion

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EugeneZH
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DBFZ Regional Finals in Europe: Four Winners, One Champion (Wawa and Yasha - Grand Finalists)
Pic Source: Bandai Namco Esports YouTube
It was an amazing offline event with so many excellent matches

Fighting games in general bloom on a special level in the offline environment. Dragon Ball FighterZ… Well, if you’ve played this game online, you know what struggles the players have in this type of multiplayer. That’s why seeing pro DBFZ esports returning to offline tournaments is such a celebration for the whole community.

Regional Finals of the World Championship started with matches of European players. One of them has become the Champion. Top 4 players got their tickets to the next stage of the competition, the ultimate DBFZ World Championship Final.

Have you watched the streams? Yep, there were quite a lot of matches, and they are definitely worthy of your attention. Watching pro fights is almost the same effective way of learning the game as following pro character guides on DashFight (such as this one on Tien by ApologyMan).

Dragon Ball FighterZ Regional Finals in Europe consisted of a Group Stage and Playoffs.

Group Stage Stream | DBFZ Regional Finals, Europe

There were two groups with six players in each. After playing matches of the Round Robin format, four players from each group proceeded to the playoffs.

Group Stage Results | DBFZ Regional Finals, Europe

Playoffs, Top 8 Stream | DBFZ Regional Finals, Europe

All of the matches here are exceptional — those guys are the best DBFZ players in Europe, after all. But the main fight of the event was Yasha vs Wawa.

Both these players won their Semi-Finals relatively easily, losing only one game in the sets. Wawa defeated Shanks, 3:1. Yasha got a victory over Jila, 3:1.

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Shanks

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Wawa

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Jila

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Yasha

First, Wawa and Yasha faced each other in the Winners Final. And Yasha totally lost that match. Not only did he not win a single game, but also his general actions looked chaotic and less confident. Yasha managed to gain power closer to the end. Wawa even had to make a comeback with Vegito only — defeat Vegito and Android 17. The final result is Wawa’s clear victory.

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Wawa

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Yasha

Yasha played against Jila in the Losers Final to return to the fight against Wawa. After winning the first game and losing the second one, Yasha decided to change his team, going from Blue Gogeta, Vegito, and Android 17 to UI Goku, Vegito, and base Goku. His 3:1 victory was a return to confidence.

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Yasha

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Jila

In the Grand Final, Yasha took his main team. First, he could do nothing against the power of Wawa and lost two games in a row. But then… Despite starting the 3rd game with a visible advantage, Wawa couldn’t defeat Vegito with his Vegito and Gogeta SS4. That was the first lost game for him, and this series continued for a while. 

In the 4th game, Yasha lost his Gogeta Blue but then destroyed the opponent’s team. Wawa changed his team for the last game, taking Gogeta Blue, Vegito, and Adult Gohan. (Instead of Gogeta SS4, Vegito, and Trunks).

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Wawa

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Yasha

In the Grand Final Reset, both Wawa and Yasha played their primary teams. The fight was so close! Wawa had some advantage in game 2, but in the end, there were no Ws for him this time. Yasha won incredible 6 (!) games in a row and became the Dragon Ball FighterZ Champion in Europe. Congratulations!

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Yasha

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Wawa

Of course, the DBFZ World Championship is not over yet, and the main fight is still ahead. There will be two more Regional Finals in December, and the Final event is planned for early 2022.

DashFight will continue to inform you guys on these and other fighting games tournaments. To not miss anything exciting, follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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