The Tekken World Tour Finals for 2019 are finally here, and this year they’ll be taking place in Bangkok, Thailand.
The 19 players already qualified for the finals are ROX|Knee, RB|Anakin, UYU|LowHigh, JDCR, THY|Chikurin, RB|Arslan Ash, Talon|Kkokkoma, CRaZY|SuperAkouma, GG|AwaisHoney, Fate|Ulsan, UYU|Double, ROX|Chanel, AMPLFY|Rangchu, ROX|Abel del Maestro, Jimmy J Tran, Yamasa|Nobi, COOASGAMES|Noroma, Disrupt|Shadow20z and GG|Saint.
There is also going to be a Last Chance Qualifier at the event, and with over 250 people signed up for the Last Chance Qualifier, you know the competition to get that 20th spot in the finals is going to be absolutely through the roof.
Some of the big names signed up to try their chance at getting the final spot are UYU|Jeondding, Liquid|Gen, Yamasa|Take, Talon|Book, Atif Butt, Mixbox|Qudans, CGG|Tissuemon, EQNX|CuddleCore, BL|Sephiblack, Doujin, PBE|AK, MVP|Pekos, Exeed|Ghirlanda, LOK|Nivek, RunItBlack, SperoGin, Kanga|Heera, Trungy, DanielMado, GG|Dee-On Grey and of course many more as well.
This event is the final for the 2019 Tekken World Tour, with a huge prize pool to boot of $200,000. We’ve also been hearing about a lot of upcoming content for Tekken, which is likely to be detailed further at this event, including the upcomingn newcomer Leroy Smith, the substantial training mode upgrades with in-game frame data, punish guides and more as well as more currently unknown characters joining the fray for the game’s Season 3.
Tekken World Tour 2019 Finals — Results
1. THY|Chikurin (Geese, Akuma)
2. Fate|Ulsan (Kazumi, Bob)
3. ROX|Knee (Steve, Paul, Bryan)
4. RB|Anakin (JACK-7)
5. UYU|Double (Law)
5. Yamasa|Nobi (Dragunov)
7. UYU|LowHigh (Shaheen)
7. JDCR (Dragunov)