Team fights with prominent Japanese SFV players
Usually, Street Fighter 5 tournaments consist of one-on-one battles, and rarely we see teams battling each other. Street Fighter League is a special fighting esports event! Players here are divided into teams - four in each. They choose their character lineups, ban characters for the opponents, and then play three matches - only three team members play in one game.
Street Fighter League Pro JP 2020 is also interesting by the strength of participants - for example, we can enjoy the unique playstyle of Daigo. The tournament started on September 25. The second round was on October 2. EventHubs informs on the schedule and participants:
Street Fighter League Pro JP 2020 schedule
- Round 3 - October 9
- Round 4 - October 16
- Round 5 - October 23
- Round 6 - October 30
- Round 7 - November 6
- Round 8 - November 13
- Round 9 - November 20
- Round 10 - November 27
Teams at Street Fighter League Pro JP 2020:
- Fuudo Gaia - Fuudo, Dogura, Pugera, Shuto
- Mago Scarlet - Mago, Moke, Mizuha, MOV
- Momochi Splash - Momochi, Fujimura, Haitani, Johnny
- Nemo Aurora - Nemo, Sako, Gachikun, Kichipa-mu
- Tokido Flame - Tokido, Itabashi Zangief, Ryuusei, StormKubo
- Umehara Gold - Daigo, Machabo, Kawano, Nauman
The first round of the series finished with victories of Tokido Flame (2:1 against Umehara Gold), Nemo Aurora (3:0 against Momochi Splash), and Fuudo Gaia (2:1) against Mago Scarlet).
Street Fighter League Pro JP 2020 - week 1
Results of the second round are victories of Tokido Flame (3:0 against Mago Scarlet), Fuudo Gaia (3:0 against Momochi Splash), and Nemo Aurora (2:1) against Umehara Gold).
Street Fighter League Pro JP 2020 - week 2
Two teams are currently leaders of the tournament - Fuudo Gaia and Tokido Flame have two victories and no losses.
This SF5 esports event has quite a few amazing moments. For example:
We also recommend taking a look at this mind-blowing match.
Daigo Umehara vs Higuchi at Grand Final of Street Fighter League Pro JP 2020 Pre-Season Tournament
Watch Street Fighter League Pro-Us here:
Watching such events is both great entertainment and a chance to learn interesting tricks from professionals - and then use them in various SFV game modes.
The community of Street Fighter V players has a few more qualifiers of the Capcom Pro Tour series this year. And of course, we are waiting for the addition of Dan Hibiki into the game - it can change even the professional scene.
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