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Virtua Fighter returned to Evo for the second year running with another fantastic tournament, drawing competitors from the four corners of the globe to compete at fighting game's biggest show. The competition was fierce, but the rivalries friendly as old and new friends alike caught up to share the love of Virtua Fighter.
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The first of two major tournaments for Virtua Fighter this summer, Defend the North saw a fantastic turnout of players old and new. Jump in for videos, results and shoutouts!
Results from Electric Clash, which ran on June 1st in Toronto! Showcasing exclusively 3D fighting games, the event saw the return of Virtua Fighter to a major event in the city.

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Virtua Fighter returns to Evo in 2019!
The Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown tournament will take place on August 3 at Mandalay Bay, in the BYOC area for Evo 2019. After an amazing turnout and tournament last year, let's keep the momentum going with another great year! Spread the word and let's make this the best tournament possible!
Registration for the event is here: http://smash.gg/vf5fsevo2019
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Fighting game players from around the country met in Chicago on the weekend for the annual Combo Breaker tournament. Amongst the many games on offer this year was Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown! The first Virtua Fighter tournament at a Combo Breaker, in fact! Special thanks to @FeliciaPrower for putting the tournament together, with 22 players entering the bracket.

Click through for Top 3 results, footage and more details!
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UK saw a return to Virtua Fighter on May 4 with the Sakura Fight Festa, hosted by NthGenMedia.

12 Virtua Fighter players from UK and Europe congregated in London to test their mettle! The event was a great success with new and old faces alike playing casuals and competitive matches.
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The 17th VFR Beat-Tribe Cup took place on Saturday 23 March 2019 in Tokyo, Japan in collaboration with Toushinsai and was streamed live via their Twitch channel. The entire 12 hour archive has been sliced up, translated, timestamped and served up for your consumption below! Additionally, there's a whole bunch of stats and trivia you might like to check out, too.
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The 17th Beat Tribe Cup takes place this Saturday, 23rd March 2019! With 100, 5-man teams registered this is sure to be an event of epic proportions! For a rundown on the tournament format and its many phases(!), translated listings of all Team and Player names, live stream information, and more, be sure to check in here!
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With a wealth of Virtua Fighter tournaments taking place around the world in the coming few months, let's take a quick look at what's happening and how to join!
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Virtua Fighter is having a great 2019, as LAG and now Big E Gaming WinterBrawl3D have shown. While attendance was on the low side, the presence of VF at an FGC major did good work towards building interest in the game. WinterBrawl was also a great test of Virtua Fighter’s ability to hang in a multi-game setting. While I am definitely biased I’d say that it passed that test, with members of other communities coming by to talk about the game, watch casuals, and even play with us. The whole weekend was a great experience, and one that I hope we will be able to repeat in the future.
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