A tournament to get motivated to move forward in your fighting esports dreams
The world of esports has no limits - it opens breathtaking opportunities for players of all levels from all over the world. Thanks to the power of the Internet, you can compete even from home. Thanks to the variety of esports titles, you can easily find your most comfortable gaming universe. Thanks to the variety of tournaments, you have lots of chances to prove your skills and taste the sweetness of victories.
Rage Drive Online Tournament took place just a couple of days ago. On November 6-8, the fighting games community could witness matches of South African players in three disciplines:
- Dragon Ball FighterZ
- Street Fighter V
- Tekken 7
If you’ve missed the show, here is the summary and stream of the Grand Finals. Let these fights motivate you to practice more and participate in future fighting esports events.
Dragon Ball FighterZ
This game is based on the anime Dragon Ball. Do you enjoy it?
The winner, Tao “AcuteMoon” Harper, had quite a successful tournament: a technical win in the first match and victories in all the others.
Rage Drive Dragon Ball FighterZ Top 3 players:
- Tao “AcuteMoon” Harper
- Khumo “K-TheSupreme” Selepe
- Toufieq “Struggle04” Lombard
Street Fighter V
This awesome game has quite a few top-level tournaments, such as Capcom Pro Tour or Street Fighter Leaguer Pro-JP. Still smaller events are also interesting! For viewers, it’s a chance to witness matches of players who have around the same level of skills - to see their strengths/weaknesses and to learn from their performance. This experience might be even more helpful than the wow-effect from fights of top players.
Jabhi “JabhiM” Mabuza got the first win technically but then achieved the following victories in the game.
Rage Drive Dragon Street Fighter V Top 3 players:
- Jabhi “JabhiM” Mabuza
If you are interested in big T7 tournaments, take a look at Tekken 7 Online Challenge. But maybe you need a boost of confidence to not hesitate and participate in smaller events - then check out the example of these guys who got their success at Rage Drive.
First, Miguel “Bigdaddymike” Mabica had a good run. But then he lost his Semi-Final match and fell into the Losers Bracket. He got victories there in Quarter-Final, Semi-Final, and Final to enter the Grand Final battle and defeat Andre “gh0st_proxy” van Wyk twice. This is quite a motivating example!
Rage Drive Dragon Tekken 7 Top 3 players:
- Miguel “Bigdaddymike” Mabica
- Andre “gh0st_proxy” van Wyk
- O'ryle “KING REGAN” Regan Roman
Rage Drive Dragon - Grand Final Stream
We congratulate all the winners - hope to see you at other fighting esports tournaments.
For beginners who dream about their esports career, we recommend taking a look at guides How to play Tekken 7 and How to play Street Fighter 5.
If you are looking for something fun, check out our post about the fighting dream team in the game Watch Dogs: Legion.