QLD December 2019 Ranbat Results

CouchWarriors QLD Ranbats for December 2019 were actually held on Saturday the 30th of November at George St Brisbane. Here’s a summary of the results in every game and how the top matches played out. A complete listing of match results and brackets for each game can be viewed on Smash.gg here.

Results for SFV, MK11, Tekken 7, and Smash U count towards the standings for the BAM Path To EVO series for that game, which can be viewed here.

Street Fighter V

  1. pahnda
  2. Willing Foe
  3. Dale

The QLD SFV scene has its clear top 3, and they all showed up again this month to rack up vital BAM Path To EVO points. Still a ways off the leading numbers, we’ll see whether one of them can pick up an injection of points at December’s majors.

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QLD November 2019 Ranbat Results

CouchWarriors QLD Ranbats for November 2019 were held on Saturday the 2nd at George St Brisbane. Here’s a summary of the results in every game and how the top matches played out. A complete listing of match results and brackets for each game can be viewed on Smash.gg here.

Results for SFV, MK11, Tekken 7, and Smash U count towards the standings for the BAM Path To EVO series for that game, which can be viewed here.

Street Fighter V

  1. pahnda
  2. Dale
  3. 903|SwinGo

Another ranbat that showed the evenness of the QLD scene as Ervin-Jason “pahnda” Garanovic and Dale Roy took the top two spots. Their points here left them leading a pack of 6 QLD players between 26 and 22 points in the SFV Path to EVO standings. Unfortunately, the higher concentration of points in other states leaves them all well behind the leaders.

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BAM11 Tournament List

The Couchwarriors team are excited to announce the full tournament lineup for
Battle Arena Melbourne 11.
The tournament structure is in four tiers – Platinum, Gold, Silver and Retro.

 

All Platinum and Gold have premium stage time, both winners will also get to take home the coveted BAM Trophy.

Silver Tournaments are community run tournaments where the winners are awarded the BAM medal.

Retro Tournaments are community run events run entirely for glory.

Register Here!

 

Platinum+ Tournament

Mortal Kombat 11

Platinum Tournaments (Trophy, Stage Time)
Tekken 7
Street Fighter V
Super Smash Bros Ultimate
Super Smash Bros Melee
Dragonball FighterZ

Gold Tournaments (Trophy)
Dead or Alive 6
Guilty Gear Xrd
Soul Calibur VI
Super Smash Bros Project Melee

Silver Tournaments (Medal Prize). 
Million Arthur Arcana Blood
The King of Fighters XIV
Blazblue Central Fiction
Ultra Street Fighter IV
Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown
UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH Exe:Late[st]
Super Smash Bros. 64
Pokken Tournament DX
Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike
Street Fighter Alpha 2
Skullgirls
Blazblue Cross Tag Battle
Street Fighter II Turbo (Not Pictured)
Rivals of Aether (Not Pictured)

Retro Tournaments
Akatsuki Blitzkampf
Fate/Unlimited Codes
Hokuto no Ken
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core +R
Vampire Saviors

CouchWarriors and Twitch extend esports partnership with 2018-19 Fighting Game Ranking Season: BAM Path to EVO

CouchWarriors and Twitch extend esports partnership with 2018-19 Fighting Game Ranking Season: BAM Path to EVO

 

  • Inclusive Esports Ranking season and league ladder for events across ANZ every month.
  • Each event live stream will feature on Twitch TV’s front page.
  • Earn points to set ANZ FGC esports players on a path to Australian championships at BAM
  • Top ANZ BAM players awarded flights, accom for EVO World Championships in Las Vegas!

 

 

Thursday, 27th September – CouchWarriors and Twitch TV have announced BAM Path To EVO, a qualifying path for ANZ fighting game esports players across multiple local and upcoming online events.  The series, featured front page of #1 gaming streaming platform Twitch TV, starts as of this month. Points earned will be tallied on a combined league ladder, leading to the national championships at BAM (Battle Arena Melbourne). From there, champions in three games will go on to EVO World Championships in 2019.  

 

This new phase of the esports partnership will support ongoing events across the ANZ fighting game community. Players at monthly CouchWarriors, Ozhadou and Standing Fierce events around the region will be able to earn points to see who is performing best at local tournaments, while event streams feature on the front page of live streaming platform, Twitch.TV  

 

Players in Street Fighter V, Tekken 7, and Super Smash Bros 4 WiiU will each earn points tallied on a shared leaderboard at BAMPathToEVO.com.au, and the top scorers will receive travel and a qualifier opportunity at BAM11 in May, 2019.  The top ANZ player at BAM in each game, will once again travel to Las Vegas, USA, to participate in the EVO World Championships!

 

The first phase of the partnership began in May at Australia’s largest Fighting game major, BAM. Three champions then played for Australia at EVO. Now, the pathway is now open to more players around Australia and New Zealand, starting this month.

 

National Ladder and Community Partners

The centralised ladder has launched on BAMPathToEVO.com.au and will grow in features as event results roll in. For more information on the ranking points system, visit https://www.couchwarriors.org/bam-path-to-evo-with-twitch/

 

The first three states to join the series with their regular events will be in Victoria and Queensland through CouchWarriors, Sydney through Ozhadou, and New Zealand through Standing Fierce.

 

Next events and where to watch

 

Each regional points champion will be provided travel and entry into BAM11!

 

Online tournaments each month

In addition to the local community events, further points are available for participants in one online tournament each month per game.  More details of each tournament and how to sign up will be shared on couchwarriors.org/bam-path-to-evo-with-twitch/  and BAMPathToEVO.com.au very soon.

 

Events for everyone

Players in other fighting games will still earn local ranking points. So if you love playing more than SFV, Tekken and Smash 4, players are always encouraged to build their local scenes by playing all games they would like to learn or compete in.

 

To find out more about each fighting game community in ANZ, visit:

 

CouchWarriors: www.couchwarriors.org

Ozhadou: www.ozhadou.net

Standing Fierce: www.standingfierce.com

 

How to join as a partner event or sponsor the series: [email protected]

 

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About Twitch

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About CouchWarriors

CouchWarriors, established 2006, is an expert in gaming tournaments and esports events.  A community run not for profit with over 10 years experience, grown from the vibrant fighting game community.

Hosts of Battle Arena Melbourne (BAM), Australia’s largest open entry esports tournament event. CouchWarriors offer casual and grassroots events, scaling to tournaments at the national level.  Both beginner to expert players have room with our inclusive approach, from a professionally minded tournament team.

CouchWarriors also offers commercial events services from tournament organisation and administration, live streaming, event management and staffing. CouchWarriors have supported events including Melbourne Esports Open, Madman Anime Festival and PAX Australia.

For more information

www.couchwarriors.org

www.facebook.com/couchwarriors | www.twitter.com/couchwarriors

 

Contact

Press [email protected] | General [email protected]

Melbourne Esports Open 2018 Results

With the help of Melbourne Esports Open we were able to bring some of our fiercest fighting game competition to #MEO2018! With the weekend over and our players from five separate events still celebrating their wins, we give you the top 3 for each event.

View the full brackets on Smash GG for each of our events here.

Link through to the announcement post for stream archive links

Tekken 7

  1. Daniel
  2. Kanga | Chand NY
  3. Rame

Street Fighter V

  1. ORDER | ROF
  2. VS.DS | ZG
  3. ORDER | Travis Styles

Dragon Ball FighterZ

  1. Zed
  2. VS.DS | Baxter
  3. Agent17805

Smash 4

  1. Saber
  2. Justice | Joe
  3. Kanga | Jdizzle

Melee

  1. VS.DS | Spud
  2. ORDER | Sora
  3. LGC | DonB

Congratulations to all of our top 3 placing players!

You can find information about Melbourne Esports Open at their website: https://www.melbourneesportsopen.com.au/

Soul Calibur VI Is Reignited At BAM10

Is your Soul feeling a bit chilly? Get ready for that fire to burn again as SOUL CALIBUR VI returns to Battle Arena Melbourne.

BAM10 will feature the first opportunity in Australia to get hands on with the upcoming Soul Calibur VI.  Thanks to Bandai Namco, there will be 14 setups available for play. Open to players and Spectators.

Sharpen your swords, we’re opening a portal to the stage of history at BAM10!  Register now at www.smash.gg/bam10

Tekken 7 : New Challengers Tournament @ BAM9!

A NEW CHALLENGER APPROACHES!!

Introducing the Tekken 7 : New Challengers Tournament

The perfect opportunity for new players to experience and explore one of the greatest upcoming fighting game experiences.

Classic 1 vs 1 battles return along with new moves and battle mechanics like Rage Arts, Rage Drives and Power Crushes that make gameplay more accessible for players of all skill levels.

The new challengers tournament will be free to enter and there are plenty of prizes to be won.

Love, Revenge, Pride. Each one of us has a reason to fight.
There are no wrong motives, just the paths we choose to take.

When :
Tournament – Friday 12th of May – 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Casuals – All Weekend

Cost : 
Entry to the Tekken Area and Tournament Entry for New Challengers is complimentary

 

Thanks to Bandai Namco for supporting BAM9!

 

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Hyper Magazine – esports special on sale now featuring Australian Fighting Game scene

Hyper Magazine, the longest running independent gaming magazine in Australia, has released its quarterly special, with the theme of esports.

The issue features a six page special feature on the Australian fighting game scene by CouchWarriors own Daniel “Berzerk” Chlebowczyk and members of the FGC!

In print at newsagents everywhere now.

The piece features interviews with top players and organisers:
Xavier “Somniac” Nardella (SFV),
Sam “SD” Darroch (Melee),
Adric “Falco” Middleton (SFV),
Jacob “Cabjoy” Bynes (MKX),
Kevin “Burnout” Kim (SFV),
Youssef “FaYd” Faddoul,
Daniel “Spoony” Finegan (CouchWarriors),
Henry “Genxa” Sham (OzHadou)

Plus standalone interviews with Somniac, SD, Berzerk and more.

Here’s a preview shared by Berzerk on Twitter:

 

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