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Barcelona Games World 2017 Results

Gaming article by Matthew Fetrow on October 10, 2017 at 1:56 PM

Barcelona Games World in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain is a gaming convention that is housing a Master event in the Tekken World Tour for the European region and is the final Master for the region before regional finals. The entirety of Europe is active with skilled players fighting for points, so many countries around the continent will be represented here, and the odds of competitors switching places on the standings as the regional finals draws closer is quite high. As with all Master events, a $10,000 pot bonus is also added to the prize pool, offering a respectable pay day to whoever takes home the win.

Streaming was handled by the official Tekken channel on Twitch. As usual, players will be listed in “[sponsor/team name] | [player name]” format, with their used characters in brackets. Unfortunately, we cannot provide direct links to the tournament's brackets, as they do not seem to be hosted on either or Challonge.


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Due to being a specialized event featuring one game, top 16 will be listed instead of top 8.

  • 1. Eastone | Gura [Leo, Lili]
  • 2. HG | Ghirlanda [Katarina]
  • 3. CCG | Tissuemon [Master Raven]
  • 4. CCG | Bode [Leo, Kazumi]
  • 5. HG | Sersambo [Dragunov]
  • 5. Asim [Katarina, Dragunov]
  • 7. Daniel Mado [Jin]
  • 7. Princesa Namine [Lucky Chloe]
  • 9. Schrodingre [Dragunov]
  • 9. HG | Mitrust-Storm [Nina]
  • 9. ES | Black Kazama [Asuka]
  • 9. Haroun [Hwoarang]
  • 13. DG | KaneAndTrench [Yoshimitsu]
  • 13. DG | The Phantom [Master Raven]
  • 13. Asterion | Malekith [Asuka]
  • 13. Bati [King]
Gura will be awarded 150 TWT points, pushing him up to within qualification range for the global finals in November. Ghirlanda and Tissuemon are already respectably high in points and well within the qualification window as well. Competition here was particularly stiff, as a couple of key favorites, KaneAndTrench, and Malekith, weren't able to push through to top 8. However, with three more European events, including the Regional finals, where first place is awarded a whopping 300 points, anything can change in the standings.

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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.