This online series by Tyrant started quite recently, and it’s the first time we have a Dragon Ball FighterZ tournament for EU players
Online WarriorZ #1 happened in late November 2022 — that event was part of the DBFZ World Tour, but only players from the UK, Ireland, and the Netherlands could attend it.
The second event of the series made a curve as it was a Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite tournament. The geography was expanded, though, to the whole European Union. Online WariorZ #3 returned to its DBFZ roots, and that means some very strong competitors joined the party.
So, why not check out how DBFZ Online WarriorZ looks and feels on a new scale?
Online WariorZ #3 | Stream (from Winners Semis)
Yasha demonstrated his power from the very beginning — the player reached the Winners Final with no lost game.
But then, the match against Ju_Nanago was close and tough. Yasha won to proceed to the Grand Final only in the decisive game.
Online WariorZ #3 | Stream, Grand Final
In the Grand Final, Yasha proved his mastery over the best DBFZ duo of Fusions. After the first game, Jiruzen switched to a pretty unusual team of Gotenks/Nappa/Krillin, but eventually, this did not help.
Yasha is the Champion of Online WarriorZ #3. Congratulations!
DBFZ Team Composition at Online WariorZ #3
For Yasha, this tournament is good training before the soon-coming DBFZ World Tour 2022/2023 Global Finals. We may also see him playing in the next DBFZ tourney of Online WarriorZ, which happens in two weeks.
The US players have their own regional online events — FighterZ Duel Academy by NeoJudai.