Capcom Pro Tour North America Online 4 (2017) Results

North America Online 4 is not only the final online event for the North American region, it's the final online event for the Capcom Pro Tour, period. The year is winding down, and regional finals are going to take place very soon, so CPT points are more valuable than ever. There were over 300 entrants, but as with all online events, there were a massive about of absences. However, a lot of big North American names still managed to show up.

Streaming was handled by Capcom Fighters on Twitch. As usual, players will be listed in “[sponsor/team name] | [player name]” format, with their used characters in brackets. If you'd like to browse the tournament's full brackets on your own, you can do so here, on


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

  • 1. iDom [Laura]
  • 2. Brian F [Balrog]
  • 3. Teiga [Akuma]
  • 4. Tampa Bison [M. Bison]
  • 5. PG | Punk [Guile, Ken, Akuma, more]
  • 5. Noble | Vagabond [Necalli, Akuma]
  • 7. WBG | CJ Truth [Karin]
  • 7. Nephew [Kolin, Akuma]
  • 9. Danslip [Cammy]
  • 9. Wolfkrone [Laura]
  • 9. KB | KingBirdie [Birdie]
  • 9. F3 | Alucard [Abigail, Balrog]
  • 13. PU | Troofgod [Akuma]
  • 13. DownSouth316 [Birdie]
  • 13. UpToSnuff [Necalli]
  • 13. Method | MikeAnd1ke [Laura]
iDom manages to persist through the winner's bracket deny the win from Brian F and his oppressive Balrog in a close match that could've easily gone to either competitor. He's award 160 CPT points for his victory, bringing his CPT point total to a respectable 431. However, since he doesn't appear to be going to Canada Cup to compete, his final chance of qualifying for Capcom Cup is to win the North American regional finals at Red Bull Battle Grounds, which would bring his total up to a safe and secure 831. Otherwise, he won't be able to make it. Brian F is in the same boat, with 555 points after this weekend, and enough regional points to partake in finals.
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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.