The last Australian fighting game major of 2015, Southern Cross Championships (SXC), is just over a month away. Registration will close at midnight on Tuesday, November 24th so be sure to visit the SXC registration website to secure your place.
If an epic line-up featuring 17 fighting games isn’t already reason enough for you to register for SXC2K15, check out some of the other exciting SXC news from recent weeks.
The SAFGC is ramping up for the last Australian fighting game major of 2015 with the return of the Southern Cross Championships. This SXC is going to be epic, with 17(!) tournament games already announced, covering everything from the usual suspects through to classics dating right back to Super Turbo. Here are the key details for SXC2K15:
Date: Saturday, November 28th – Sunday, November 29th Location: The University of Adelaide, North Terrace, Adelaide, SA 5005
For all the latest news, details and schedule visit the official SXC2K15 event page. A full list of the tournament games announced to date is available after the jump. (more…)
With the end of 2015 rapidly approaching, the SAFGC is ready to close out their tournament season for 2015. The season covers popular fighting game titles such as USF4, GGXrd and Smash Bros (both Melee and Wii U). Here are the details:
Date: Sunday, October 11th Time: 1:00pm – 11:00pm Location: Arena Internet Cafe Chinatown, 1st Floor 36-48 Wright St, Adelaide, SA 5000 Entry Fee: $10 (plus tournament entry fees)
The inaugural South Australian fighting game major will be held this weekend, November 16-17 at the Stamford Plaza Adelaide, 150 North Terrace, Adelaide, 5000.
Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2012 (Xbox 360) ($750.00 Bonus Pot)
Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 (Xbox 360) ($750.00 Bonus Pot)
The King of Fighters XIII (Xbox 360)
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (PS3)
Injustice Gods Amongst Us (Xbox 360)
Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown (Xbox 360)
Arc System Works Triumvirate
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core + R (PS3)
Persona 4 Arena (PS3)
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma (PS3)
More information can be found on the SCC2013 Facebook page and the schedule can be found here.
Friday drinks & games at the Alehouse
On the Friday night before the event, the SAFGC has also booked out the entire upstairs at the Coopers Alehouse located in the heart of the Adelaide CBD where there will be two bars tended until the end of the evening and plenty of setups for casual matches/exhibition matches and drinks for the evening.
Big props to the SA community for putting this together, and it should be a extremely fun weekend. Hope to see you guys there!
There’s an excellent mini-documentary of OH APAC – Adelaide up on Youtube, courtesy of nathanswan. The quality is really good, and it provides an excellent overview of the Adelaide scene, EVO APAC and the Australian community in general.