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[Syd] Brook is an official sponsor of OHN 14

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The reasons for wanting to take home the grand prize at OHN14 grow more each day, and today we’re pleased to announce that Brook will be joining OHN14 as an official sponsor of the event. Brook will be providing a number of different converters to the prize pools of the various official games. These prizes are:

Additionally, we will be giving away a Universal Fighting Board throughout the weekend. We’d like to extend our thanks to Brooks once again for supporting OzHadou Nationals 14. Don’t forget to register for the event if you haven’t, early bird rates finish at the end of this month!

[Melb] CouchWarriors July Ranbat/OHN Qualifier Results – July 23rd


The July CouchWarriors ranbat for “traditional fighters” went down last weekend – and also served as the official OHN14 qualifer for Victoria! As usual plenty of results were provided via CouchWarriors’ official Facebook page. Here’s a summary of the top 3 players along with some of the photos from the day.

July 23rd Ranbat Results

Street Fighter V
1) DS_ZGnoud
2) Burnoutfighter
3) Zed

Top 3 for SF5: (left to right) Burnout, Zgnoud and Zed.
Super Smash Bros. Melee
1) Nuovo | S.D
2) DonB
3) Glacial | Noxus

Top 3 for SSBM: (left to right) DonB, S.D. and Noxus.
Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator
1) Feri
2) Julian
3) Javi

Top 3 for GGXrd: (left to right) Julian, Feri and Javi.
Dead or Alive 5: LR
1) Ebabil
2) Berzerk
3) juankhat

Top 3 for GGXrd: (left to right) Berzerk, Ebabil and juankhat

You can check out the full SmashGG brackets and standings from the July ranbat/OHN qualifier here.

Also, CouchWarriors tally their results monthly and will celebrate the most consistent placers with a top of table medal. With the first half of 2016 over, hit the jump to see how things are currently looking.


[Syd] OHN14 – Accommodation Tips and Tekken 7 Update


We have some important news to share regarding the Tekken 7 tournament at the OzHadou Nationals 14 and some tips regarding accommodation for people looking to make the most of their time during the OHN14 weekend.

Tekken 7 – Official Tournament

Tekken is an OHN staple, forming a major part of the official tournament line-up since the debut of Tekken 5 at OHN4 in 2005. This year Bandai Namco Australia is helping us to keep this tradition going by bringing Tekken 7 to OHN14 ahead of the game’s console release in early 2017.

At one point we had hoped to use the Fated Retribution update for OHN14, however we’ve received word that Bandai Namco will be providing us with “vanilla” Tekken 7. This will be the one and only OHN title for arcade Tekken 7 and we’re eagerly looking forward to see who will take the Australian Tekken crown at OHN14.

Accommodation Tips

With early bird discounts for OHN14 ending on Monday August 1st and 165 people already registered, over 60 of which are travelling from interstate or overseas, many people will be working on their accommodation plans for this year’s OzHadou Nationals.

As mentioned on the OHN14 website, our host venue The Menzies Sydney Hotel is offering discounts for OHN attendees that call direct to book accommodation*. If The Menzies is outside your budget, consider sharing a room or look around the CBD for one of many nearby alternatives. Since The Menzies is opposite Wynyard station, accommodation near a CBD train station is an excellent alternative.

While the ballroom at the Menzies is much larger than past OHN venues, it’s much smaller than the BAM8 venue. We’re expecting up to 500 people at OHN14 and this means space will be scarce during the many pools running on Saturday – both official and DIY. If required we will be limiting casual play and spectator space during Saturday pools, so people will need to be elsewhere until their pool starts. That could mean exploring the surrounding area, going out for some food or heading back to your room for casuals or some sleep.

With this in mind plan ahead and book accommodation that will keep your options open should we be forced to limit access to the venue during pools on Saturday.

*See the OHN14 website for details on how to access the discount offer from The Menzies Sydney Hotel.

Viewsonic is the official display partner of OHN14


OzHadou are pleased to announce that we’ve partnered up with Viewsonic for OHN14 who will be official display partner for the event, providing a heap of their flagship VX2457 model for tournament setups all weekend long. Information about the monitor can be found below:


OzHadou would like to sincerely thank Viewsonic for their contribution to this year’s event. If you’re coming along in August stay tuned, there are plenty more announcements to come. Make sure you’ve registered so you don’t miss out!

OHN 14 DIY line-up announcement

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DIY tournaments have a long standing history at OHN and this year is no different. We are pleased to announce a cast of new and returning titles to the OHN14 lineup. Thank you to all who submitted applications, the unfortunate reality as always is we cant’t accept all games and it was a long and arduous process to narrow down this line-up to make sure every community gets represented. That being said, we are pleased to announce the DIY line-up for OHN 14:

  • Super Street Fighter II Turbo (Arcade)
  • Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike (Xbox 360)
  • Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (Xbox 360)
  • The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match (Xbox 360)
  • The King of Fighters 98: Unlimited Match Final Edition (PC)
  • The King of Fighters XIV (casuals only, PS4)
  • Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR- (PS4)
  • Persona 4 Arena Ultimax (PS3)
  • Pokken Tournament (Wii U)
  • Super Smash Bros. 64
  • Project M

Don’t forget to register for OHN14 here! DIY tournament registration will go live later this week.

OzHadou officially ends support for SFV Legacy Controllers on PS4


As of February 29th 2016, the Legacy Controllers option in Street Fighter V on Playstation 4 will no longer be supported in tournaments sanctioned by OzHadou. Given the time consuming nature of the setup process, combined with the high player count at recent events, this is a necessary step we are taking to make sure tournaments finish in a timely manner. Additionally, the legacy support brought a host of new issues for tournament staff including syncing issues with the DualShock4, which proved to be a huge issue with tournament setups.

The market for next generation sticks is ever-growing and for those that don’t want to make the jump, Brook Converters are also an option. If you’re a little lost as to what you’re options are, we’ll have an article on the site over the next couple of days rounding up some of the more popular options.

DualShock4 pads will still be permitted in OzHadou tournaments run on PS4, however players must sync the pad using a reliable recharge cable and then desync and delete the controller at the end of every tournament match. Anyone found interrupting tournament matches with a DualShock4 pad will face penalties including tournament disqualification, tournament bans and event bans.

OHN13 – Retrospectives


Another OzHadou Nationals is behind us. Many games were played, champions were crowned and the Australian fighting game community brought the hype. Let’s look back at OHN13 from a few different angles.

Albert “Pepito” Hong captured all the magic from the OHN debut of Mortal Kombat X in his video “OHN13 – MKX Moments”.

As soon as the crew from the I Don’t Even Podcast recovered from 3 days of OHN-madness they jumped into their debut/pilot episode to discuss how things went down.

Finally for everyone interested in match videos, the OHN13 streaming team – Goodpart, Barra and kyokugen – has been diligently uploading direct feed match footage to the OzHadou Youtube channel. This process is on-going so be sure to check back later if the games you’re looking for aren’t already available.

OHN 13 Results


Another fantastic OHN is in the books!  OzHadou would like to sincerely thank all those who came down and made the weekend what it was, especially the people who helped out with the running of the event.

Without further ado, here are the full results for the weekend:

Official line-up Results

The King of Fighters XIII


1. ON | Colonov
2. pApArOACh
3. Kyokugen
4. X5_Baxter

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3


1. Arnold Desu
2. X5_Baxter
3. bksama
4. EJ | Aurelius

Mortal Kombat X


1. Arnold Desu
2. GooGie
3. Cabjoy
4. iFat | Gilbagz
5. Crunchy Peanut Butter
5. fkn.P33M4N
7. Falco
7. Ghost Police

Tekken Tag Tournament 2


1. GoBack | chand NY
2. Dion
3. CtC
4. Crash
5. Lucky Strikes
5. DrpPnts4Food
7. Scorpion/SC
7. Aken

Ultra Street Fighter IV


1. If I was King
2. Falco
3. Spaceghost
4. Tony
5. Niah
5. maxsze
7. yangrrr

DIY line-up Results

Injustice: Gods Among Us


1. JubilErks
2. Pan1cMode
3. Lucky Strikes
4. Crunchy Peanut Butter
5. iFat | Gilbagz
5. ZeroYiggs
7. Ghost Police
7. FaYd

Super Street Fighter II Turbo

Top 8 bracket
Pools bracket

1. Vlade
2. Kyokugen
3. Sahn
4. Mooseking
5. Jarop
5. Hari
7. AlexK
7. toshin

Street Fighter III: Third Strike


1. Yohei
2. Genxa
3. Dr. Kimble
4. Kenshine



1. Brbteabreak
2. Kyokugen
3. Jarop
4. AwakenedBeing

BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend


1. AwakenedBeing
2. Hugo
3. Renzokuken
4. Dr. Kimble

Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-


2. UNSWFGC | Victor
3. DeeJayBee

Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold


1. Kyokugen
2. Jarop
3. Dr. Kimble

See you all next year!

OHN 13 – Final competitor and spectator information

OHN 13 is just a few days away! Here’s a round-up of all useful information for competitors and spectators:

First off is the full list of competitors which can be found here. If you’re coming out this weekend, check it out to see when all your pools matches are scheduled!

Below is the schedule for all official games and the respective Twitch channels that they will be streamed on.

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Here is the schedule for DIY tournaments and how they’ll line up with official tournaments. Brackets have been setup to avoid as many clashes as possible, but if you find yourself with an overlap and wish to enter a DIY tournament just let the organisers of both the official and DIY games know so we can try our best to accommodate. DIY sign-ups will be taken half an hour before brackets are scheduled to start and will close on the hour.


Finally, here are the links to the brackets for all official games:

Ultra Street Fighter IV
Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3
Mortal Kombat X
The King of Fighters XIII
Tekken Tag Tournament 2

See you all this weekend, get hype!