Tekken World Tour 2019 Finals will be on December

November 23, 2019 at 7:48 AM in Digital Download News with no comments
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Dreamhack Atlanta 2019 finished last week. Now we know who will be playing in the Tekken World Tour 2019. Every player has done their best to get a spot in the Tekken World Tour 2019 Finals. The event will be at the KBank Siam Pic-Ganesha Theater in Bangkok, Thailand on December 8.

Get to know who the top 19 players in the tour are below:

  1. Knee (South Korea)
  2. Anakin (USA)
  3. Lowhigh (South Korea)
  4. JDCR (South Korea)
  5. Chikurin (Japan)
  6. Arslan Ash (Pakistan)
  7. Kkokkoma (South Korea)
  8. Super Akouma (France)
  9. Awais Honey (Pakistan)
  10. Ulsan (South Korea)
  11. Double (Japan)
  12. Chanel (South Korea)
  13. Rangchu (South Korea)
  14. Abel Del Maestro (Peru)
  15. JimmyJTran (USA)
  16. Nobi (Japan)
  17. Noroma (Japan)
  18. Shadow 20z (USA)
  19. Saint (South Korea)

One spot will be open, those who failed to be a part of the top 19 can play in the Last Chance Qualifier. The winner of this tournament’s prize is the chance to get the 20th spot and play in the finals.

Check out the players who are most likely to play in the Last Chance Qualifier

  • Rest (South Korea)
  • Jeondding (South Korea)
  • Take (Japan)
  • Speedkicks (USA)
  • Book (Thailand)
  • Joey Fury (USA)
  • CherryBerryMango (South Korea)
  • Qudans (South Korea)
  • Tissuemon (Italy)
  • AK (Philippines)

The Last Chance Qualifier tournament has capped the number of participants to be at 256 competitors. The event will happen one day before the finals at the same venue on December 7th.

Tekken World Tour 2019 Finals will be the final event of the third year of Bandai Namco’s esports event. This is actually the longest-running esports event that they have. The grand champion in the finals will receive 50,000 USD in total, the prize pool for the finals is 200,000 USD.

The winners of both 1 and 2 of the tour came from South Korea. The top 19 of the finals are also dominated by South Koreans. It is just now that a powerhouse from Pakistan emerged in the Tekken 7 pro scene. There are so many players to look out for during the tournament so make sure to stay tuned.