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It was another busy weekend in the FGC, especially for the Capcom Pro Tour, with events happening in four different continents. Among them is Dueling Dragons Dojo in Chengou, China. As a premier event in the CPT, a big sum of 400 CPT points is up for grabs, and many of Asia’s elite have signed up to try and take them.

In addition to Street Fighter V, tournaments were also held for Tekken 7, The King of Fighters ’97, and The King of Fighters XIV; however, we are unsure of the results for them. Streaming for SFV was handled by Capcom Fighters JP on Twitch, and all tournaments were streamed on Panda TV for Chinese viewers.

As usual, players will be listed in “[sponsor/team name] | [player name]” format, with their used characters in brackets.

Street Fighter V

  • 1. YouDeal | Yukadon [Ibuki]
  • 2. GRPT | Fuudo [R. Mika]
  • 3. Gachikun [Rashid]
  • 4. Ponos | Moke [Rashid]
  • 5. GFuel | Verloren [Cammy]
  • 5. Scarz | Sako [Akuma]
  • 7. NL [Cammy]
  • 7. GRPT | Haitani [Necalli]
  • 9. Echo Fox | Momochi [Ken]
  • 9. Qanba Douyu | Xiao Hai [Cammy]
  • 9. Mago [Karin]
  • 9. CO | Dogura [Urien]
  • 13. GRPT | MOV [Chun-Li]
  • 13. Zowie | Oil King [Rashid]
  • 13. RB | Bonchan [Karin, Nash]
  • 13. CO | GO1 [Menat]

Yukadon is unstoppable after winning his second premiere in a row, having taken home the win at SoCal Regionals the week before. He managed to snag 800 total CPT points in two consecutive weekends; technically one week. Both huge wins have skyrocketed him up the CPT leaderboards, putting him in the top 5, and essentially guaranteeing his spot in Capcom Cup. Fuudo, Gachikun, and Moke all see a good push in the standings, as well, with them landing at 7th, 15th, and 22nd, respectively. Verloren and Haitani maintain comfortable positions in the rankings, while Sako is pushed up a few places up from his volatile spot at 31st, and NL is one who replaces him there. Mago, while not breaking into top 8, was still given enough points to also distance himself from the very bottom of the standings.


Matthew Fetrow

I've been playing video games since 4 years of age, and finally began to deeply invest myself into the world of fighting games in 2015 after many off-and-on encounters with games inside the genre. I have a preference for 3D fighters, but also enjoy Street Fighter, King of Fighters, and some airdashers. I'm also a big fan of RPGs and shmups.