[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 16 – March 19th

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Sonic boom returns once again on March 19th courtesy of Team Solid at GUF Brisbane. PC setups will be used for SFV, so be sure to bring a compatible controller with you on the day. The entry fee is $5 and if you wish to enter the tournament that will cost an additional $5.

Details for the event can be found below but for everything else, including tournament format, rules and prizes, visit the official event page on Facebook.

[Adel] Street Fighter V @ E-Sports Gym – March 19th

ESG E-sports Gym will be be hosting another Street Fighter V event on the 19th of March; featuring casuals all day and a tournament for players of all skill levels. This will be a weekly tournament series helping local players get constant practice in in the lead-up to Battle Arena Melbourne 9 and other major tournaments around the country throughout the year. The doors open at 12pm and $15 gets you casuals all day and entry to the tournament at 7pm. You can find out more information about the event below or over on the Facebook page.