Jaorcas Wins DBFZ Tenkaichi Online Master Challenge Europe 3

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EugeneZH
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Jaorcas Wins DBFZ Tenkaichi Online Master Challenge Europe 3
In a spectacular way, this Spanish player got a spot at the Regional Finals in Paris

Dragon Ball FighterZ World Championship burst into our lives in the most wonderful way — the news on the event added new power to the game and motivated many pro players to return to the action. While the primary events (with the biggest names in this fighting esports title) are still a bit away, the community can enjoy regular official qualifying events (and yeah, participate in them as well).

On the spooky evening of October 31, many Spanish players gathered online — you know, to fight without compromises. One guaranteed spot at the European Regional Final is a pretty good reward. And earning points in the global rank is a decent reason to fight for the highest final position possible. What a great recipe for an esports fighting show!

Ok, let’s stop talking and start witnessing the matches! (All of them are great, but the Grand Finals… Guys, the tension leaves the DBFZ fans speechless, so don’t miss that.)

Dragon Ball FighterZ Tenkaichi Online Master Challenge Europe 3

Jaorcas vs Tigris — it was the fight of this event. These two players entered the Top 8 part through different brackets. Jaorcas defeated Vunstock in the Winners Semi-Final. 2:1. Tigris had the same score in their match against 2Bonifacio.

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Tigris

2
:1
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2Bonifacio

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Vunstock

1
:2
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Jaorcas

Then Jaorcas and Tigris faced each other in three matches. All of them were super close and finished with the score 3:2. The winners are different, though.

In the Winners Final, Tigris defeated Jaorcas.

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Jaorcas

2
:3
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Tigris

In the Grand Final, Jaorcas managed to be a bit more successful. It wasn't a dominance at all, but that “a bit” was enough to reset the match and then to win the whole tournament.

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Tigris

2
:3
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Jaorcas

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Jaorcas

3
:2
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Tigris

Tenkaichi Online Master Challenge Europe 3: Top 8 Brackets

Regional Finals of Dragon Ball FighterZ World Championship are planned for December 2021. Top 4 players from Europe, the USA, and Japan will proceed to the main Final event. Only one player from Mexico, Australia, Brazil, and MEA will get the same “ticket.”

Do you want to improve your skills and succeed at similar events? Then check out our character guides, created by pro players. For example, here is a Vegito video guide by Tyrant.

DashFight will continue to inform you of the most exciting events from the world of DBFZ esports. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to not miss anything interesting.

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