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$
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Fight Night 89 1) DS| Falco
Super Smash Bros. For Wii U Fight Night 89
ESG in Adelaide held a Street Fighter V bracket over the weekend with victory going the way of longtime multi-game specialist, A1 Major. We’ve got the top 3 below, but check out the Facebook thread for the full results:
The last Australian major fighting game tournament of the year, Southern Cross Championships (SXC) 2016, is taking place in Adelaide in 3 weeks. Online registration will close on Sunday November 20th. After this date registration will only be available at the event, so players looking to enjoy early bird discounts and avoid long registration queues are encouraged to register online before the cut-off date.
Date: Friday, December 2nd – Sunday, December 4th Location: Adelaide UniBar, Victoria Drive, Gate 10, Level 5, Union House, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA 5005 Entry Fee: see the registration website for details.
The South Australian Fighting Game Community has announced the dates for the remainder of its 2016 tournament season. The main card games this season are Street Fighter V, Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Here is a rundown of when each event will be taking place, along with links to the corresponding event pages on Facebook.
Here are the other standard details for each round of the season. Note that brackets in the Finals round will be limited to the top ranked players are the end of Round 6, with casual play open to all attendees.
Time: 1:00pm Location: Harry Medlin Rooms, University of Adelaide, Victoria Drive, Adelaide, SA 5000 Entry Fee: $10 venue entry, $5 per tournament game
Be sure to follow the SAFGC Facebook page for the latest information on each round as it becomes available.
The Southern Cross Championships (SXC) is an annual fighting game major organised by the South Australian Fighting Game Community (SAFGC). SAFGC recently announced the dates for SXC2K16. This will be the fourth iteration of SXC and as usual it’ll round-out the Australian majors circuit for the year.
It’s very early days for SXC2K16 news. Here are the dates and venue for the tournament.
Date: Friday, December 2nd – Sunday, December 4th Location: Adelaide UniBar, Victoria Drive, Gate 10, Level 5, Union House, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA 5005
The game line-up is still being determined. After a year of local and major tournaments, including our nation’s first ever contributions to the Capcom Pro Tour, SXC will be Australia’s opportunity to crown national champions across multiple fighting games for 2016.
A “King of the Hill” tournament was run, with SilenNFL taking first place with the a winning streak of 24 consecutive sets. Below we have some of the photos from the event which were taken by Jasba Andrew.
It’s been a little over a month since the Southern Cross Championships went down in Adelaide. The tournament organisers, the South Australian Fighting Game Community, have been hard at work archiving match videos from the event.
Currently matches for MKX, Smash 4 and SSBM are available. Below we have the MKX grand finals. For other matches from SXC2k15 check out the SAFGC Youtube page.
Last weekend the South Australian Fighting Game Community played host to a few hundred Australian competitors at the University of Adelaide for SXC2K15. As the final Australian major for 2015 SXC was the last chance for competitors to claim a major title and test themselves against Australia’s finest players.
Time’s running out to register for the last Australian fighting game major of 2015. Registrations for SXC2K15 will be closing at midnight on Tuesday, November 24th. Be sure to get your pass via the SXC registration website before time runs out!
The complete schedule for SXC2K15 has been published – check it out at the SXC Facebook page. The weekend is packed wall-to-wall with tournaments for 18 different fighting games, covering both new and classic titles alike.