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[Bris] Sonic Boom 16 Results – March 19th

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Sonic Boom 16 concluded last week featuring one of the hypest grand final sets to grace Brisbane in a good little while. Shinomone narrowly grabbed the win over Kewlkatz, with GodlyEffect making his return to round out the top 3.

 

Street Fighter V

1st: Shinomome(Ibuki,Chun-Li)
2nd: Kewlkats (Urien, Balrog, Alex)
3rd: GodlyEffect (Karin)

Top 3 – Kewlkats, Shinomome, Godlyeffect

Sonic Boom will be back again in a fortnight.

[Can] 3D6 March 18th Results

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Canberra’s monthly 3D6 tournament for the month of March concluded last weekend with brackets for both Street Fighter V and Ultra Street Fighter IV. In Street Fighter V, Magnum_Infinity again proved he is one of Canberra’s best closing it out over BeefyGoodness Meanwhile in Street Fighter IV, Magnum_Infinity also took the top spot while RORKE pushed for second. We’ve got the top 3 for both games below.

Street Fighter V
1st: Magnum_Infinity
2nd: MG|BeefyGoodness
3rd: RORKE
Ultra Street Fighter IV
1st: Magnum_Infinity
2nd: RORKE
3rd: EMG|BeefyGoodness

SFV Top 3 – RORKE(Left), BeefyGoodness (Centre), Magnum_Infinity(Right)

[Adel] Fight Night #88/89 @ E-Sports Gym – March 12/15 Results

ESG in Adelaide’s Fight Night series continued on the 12th and 15th of March featuring brackets for both Street Fighter V and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. On the 12th of March,  JstChan once again took first with A1 falling just short of the big prize once again. On the 15th of March however, we saw DarkSided’s own Falco return to the top, with  A1 once again coming just shy of the big win, finishing in second. Meanwhile in Smash, Aha claimed the crown over Rust.

We’ve got the top 3 below, but check out the Facebook thread for the full results.

Street Fighter V
Fight Night 88
1) Jstchan
2) A1
3) BEN$ 
Street Fighter V
Fight Night 89
1) DS| Falco
2) A1
3) Traviioly

Super Smash Bros. For Wii U
Fight Night 89
1) aha
2) Rust
3) Andre

[Hob] Tassie Fighter Con 2 Results

Tassie Fighter Con returned a couple of weeks ago with an impressive showing from local and interstate entrants. Competition was fierce among all featured games, with many titles going home with some strong Tassie competitors. Here are the full results from the weekend:

Super Smash Bros. For Wii U
1st) Boozer
2nd) Invisi
3rd) Joe
4th) S@S Ignis
5th) Leisha
5th) Sayhnim
7th) Luma
7th) Trucks
Bracket
Super Smash Bros. Melee
1st) Dekar
2nd) Sora
3rd) Sheepgobeep
4th) Microsoft J
5th) Coup
5th) swebe
7th) MrMiacro
7th) Luma
Bracket
Street Fighter V
1st) Lim
2nd) Tailais
3rd) MM Dreadtech
4th) DD_
5th) Kibble
5th) Bupernox
7th) Conman
7th) Basty
Bracket
Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator
1st) Homu Flip Flapper
2nd) Giggles
3rd) Tailais
4th) Garrygod
5th) EMO Forte
5th) MM Dreadtech
7th) DD_
7th) Toasty
Bracket
 Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
1st) Giggles
2nd) swebe
3rd) DD_
4th) Blue
5th) Kharn
5th) Conman
7th) Nacht
7th) Toonie
Bracket
Blazblue Central Fiction
1st) Giggles
2nd) 39 Firery
3rd) LF222
4th) Mulletcap
5th) Homu Flip Flapper
5th) Tailais
7th) Conman
7th) Zhukov
Bracket
Super Smash Bros. For Wii U
(Doubles)
1st) Invisi / Ignis
2nd) Leisha / Boozer
3rd) Kurogane Hammer / dean.
Bracket
Super Smash Bros. Melee
(Doubles)
1st) Dekar / Sora
2nd) Coup / Yoyo
3rd) swebe / Sheepgobeep
Bracket

Congratulations to the Tassie crew on another fantastic event.

I Don’t Even (Listen to This) Podcast E23 – Casual Friendlies (feat. Dreadtech & Pudge)

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This week we sat down with Super Smash Overlords Dreadtech and Pudge to talk compatibility between Smash and the FGC at large, how/if we can all get along and why casuals is objectively a better term than friendlies.

*Skype audio is initially a bit shaky but stabilises after the break! You’ll hear where it gets shoddy but picks back up around the 1:07 mark

Recorded March 16th, 2016 live @ Twitch.tv/Gamrah

As always, show notes/YouTube archive are available after the jump.

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[Bris] Sonic Boom 15 Results

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Sonic Boom 15 ran last weekend at Guf Brisbane. Katabami once again showed his strength taking 1st, while Kewlkatz finally cracked top 3. Special mention should go to Shinomome who also made 2nd for the first time as well:

Sonicboom 15 Top 3 – Katabami (centre), Shinomome (Right), Kewlkatz (left)

 

Street Fighter V

1st: Katabami (Guile)
2nd: Shinomome (Ibuki/Urien)
3rd: Kewlkatz (Urien)

Sonic Boom will be back again in a fortnight.

[SYD] York Street Battles #49 Results

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Boasting a staggering 200+ entrants, this month’s (first) YSB was one of our biggest to date. A special thank you once again should go to Bandai Namco Australia for their support with Tekken 7, as well as everyone who brought additional setups and helped with running brackets on the day.  Here are the full results from the weekend:

Street Fighter V
1st) BKSama
2nd) DD
3rd) Spaceghost
4th) KG
5th) Bug
5th) Jarop
7th) AlexK
7th) WC | Like Ross
Bracket
The King of Fighters XIV
1st) Chen
2nd) Kyokugen
3rd) AlexK
Bracket
Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown
1st) Myke
2nd) Chill
3rd) MadeMan
4th) EAD | Toto
5th) Hugo
5th) Genxa
7th) DJB
7th) PXC
Bracket
Mortal Kombat X
1st) DS | Wazminator
2nd) Saggat83
3rd) Cabjoy
4th) OZH | Gilbagz
5th) Stormy
5th) Vladd
7th) Friendo
7th) Coletrain
Bracket
 Tekken 7: Fated Retribution
1st) Handsomeboy123
2nd) Ravenboy
3rd) Yiggs
4th) Lazy Dave
5th) Cruise Control
5th) Jin Laden
7th) Zep
7th) Sungjun
Bracket
Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator
1st) Audacity
2nd) Ceraph
3rd) AwakenedBeing
Bracket
BlazBlue: Central Fiction
1st) AwakenedBeing
2nd) 39 Firery
3rd) Ceraph
Bracket
Super Smash Bros. Melee
1st) Rainbow
2nd) Soup
3rd) OB
4th) Davox
5th) Puff Daddy
5th) BROKEN | JNuts
7th) Bj Schoey
7th) Spence
Bracket
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
1st) ASF | Jeese
2nd) Sriks
3rd) Luco
4th) Dr. Ainuss
5th) 102985 | W00tkins
5th) BJ Schoey
7th) MM
7th) Enn
Bracket
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
1st) David
2nd) Dustin
3rd) Spike
Bracket

You can catch the stream archives over on the OzHadou YouTube page, or click after the jump for the embedded playlist. As this YSB was technically our delayed February event, stay tuned for more info on March’s true YSB later this week!

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[ONLINE] Natsu Cup – Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Round Robin Tournament – February 27th

Prepare to strike as Australia’s Third Strike community will be running an online round robin tournament on February 27th, bringing in a healthy dose of competition that will include seasoned veterans as well as the next generation of 3S players. Natsu Cup is the first of four online tournaments that will have 2 groups of 5 players, Group A and B, battling it out to make their way to the top of the ladder. The competition will commence on February 27th and will go on throughout the week.

At the conclusion of the event, the top player in each group will receive: 1 entry fee paid to any Australian fighting game major (Note: this does not include additional tournament entries, flights or accommodation), or a donation of $250 made out to a licensed charity of their choosing. The event will also have a promotion and relegation rule where the top 2 players from Group B will then qualify for Group A, while the bottom 2 players from Group A will no longer qualify for Group A and will be relegated to Group B.

Here are the players and the characters they will be using from each group:

Group A

Genxa (Yun)
Jacku
(Yang)
TAJgarou
(Elena)
Zosima
(Makoto)
zgnoud
(Makoto)

Group B

RandomSDMF (Ken)
Wakaisim
(Yun)
alx8
(Oro)
Vlad
(Alex)
Tsukipanda
(Ken)

Matches will be played on the Fightcade platform, where the replays will then be uploaded to the Aussie Battlers YouTube channel during the week following the commencement of the tournament.

To stay updated on the Natsu Cup and all things 3S in Australia, or if you’d like to be a part of future online tournaments, make sure to join the AUS/NZ Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike fighters group on Facebook.

Check out the Natsu Cup Roster trailer and Group A player introduction video after the jump.

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