Capcom Pro Tour Season Final recap - Upcomer
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Street Fighter V’s 2020 action came to an end this weekend with the Capcom Pro Tour Season Final. The event moved online after the pandemic forced organizers to cancel the in-person tournament that was supposed to happen within the Dominican Republic. The 24 players who qualified for the Capcom Cup faced off in a best of seven match with the winner taking home $5,000.

The event was split up into two days, with six matches on each day. Here is the breakdown for the matches that took place on day 1.

1st Match – Region: South America, Pikoro (M. Bison) versus Jah_Lexe (Rashid)

Game one: Jah_Lexe 2-1

Game two: Jah_Lexe 2-0

Game three: Jah_Lexe 2-0

Game four: Pikoro 2-1

Game five: Jah_Lexe 2-0.

Winner: Jah_Lexe


2nd Match – Region: China, Jiewa (Akuma) versus Vxbao (Urien)

Game one: Vxbao 2-0

Game two: Jiewa 2-1

Game three: Vxbao 2-0

Game four: Vxbao 2-0

Game five: Jiewa 2-1

Game six: Vxbao 2-1

Winner: Vxbao


3rd Match – Region: North America East, CJ Truth (Cammy) versus DR Mandrake (Urien)

Game one: CJ Truth 2-0

Game two: CJ Truth 2-0

Game three: CJ Truth 2-1

Game four: CJ Truth 2-1

Winner: CJ Truth


4th Match – Region: Oceania, Rumours (Cody) versus Somniac (M. Bison)

Game one: Somniac 2-0

Game two: Rumours 2-1

Game three: Rumours 2-0

Game four: Somniac 2-0

Game five: Rumours 2-0

Game six: Somniac 2-1

Game seven: Somniac 2-1

Winner: Somniac


5th Match: Region: North America West, Nephew (Kolin) versus Samurai (Akuma)

Game one: Nephew 2-1

Game two: Samurai 2-1

Game three: Nephew 2-1

Game four: Nephew 2-1

Game five: Samurai 2-0

Game six: Nephew 2-1

Winner: Nephew


6th Match – Region: EU East, Phenom (Karin) versus Luffy (R. Mika)

Game one: Luffy 2-0

Game two: Luffy 2-1

Game three: Luffy 2-0

Game four: Phenom 2-1

Game five: Luffy 2-0

Winner: Luffy


Day one saw lots of intense matches, including the community vote in Luffy showing that R. Mika can still do work. One of the benefits of this day was that viewers at home got to see some lesser known names from around the world like Vxbao and Rumours. Day two however would see many more household names from the FGC duking it out, including The Beast himself, Daigo Umehara.

1st Match – Region: Asia Southeast, SKZ (Seth) versus Xian (Seth)

Game one: Xian 2-1

Game two: Xian 2-0

Game three: Xian 2-0

Game four: Xian 2-0

Winner: Xian


2nd Match – Region: EU East and Middle East, Angrybird (Seth) versus Big Bird (G)

Game one: Big Bird 2-1

Game two: Big Bird 2-1

Game three: Big Bird 2-0

Game four: Angrybird 2-0

Game five: Big Bird 2-0

Winner: Big Bird


3rd Match – Region: Central America, Caba (Guile) versus MenaRD (Karin)

Game one: MenaRD 2-0

Game two: MenaRD 2-1

Game three: Caba 2-1

Game four: Caba 2-0

Game five:  MenaRD 2-0 (Switch to Birdie)

Game five:  MenaRD 2-0

Winner: MenaRD


4th Match – Region: EU West, Takamura (Akuma) versus Infexious (Zeku)

Game one: Takamura 2-0

Game two: Infexious 2-0

Game three: Infexious 2-1

Game four: Takamura 2-1

Game five: Takamura 2-1

Game six: Takamura 2-1

Winner: Takamura


5th Match – Region: North America East, iDom (Laura) versus Smug (G)

Game one: iDom 2-0

Game two: Smug 2-0

Game three: Smug 2-1 (iDom switch to Poison)

Game four: iDom 2-0 (iDom switch back to Laura)

Game five: iDom 2-1

Game six: Smug 2-0

Game seven: iDom 2-1

Winner: iDom


6th Match – Region: Asia East, Daigo (Guile) versus Gachikun (Rashid)

Game one: Daigo 2-1

Game two: Gachikun 2-1

Game three: Daigo 2-0

Game four: Daigo 2-0

Game five: Daigo 2-1

Winner: Daigo

A gameplay trailer for Dan, an old favorite who’s just been added to the game, was shown after the final concluded. He’s available to play now that Season 5is officially live. The 2021 season of the Capcom Tour is fast approaching; we’ll get our first bit of news about it in March.