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Taking place at the Belle Salle Shibuya Garden on October 6, 2019, the tournament will see three teams of pros, and the winners of ONE Esports’ Single Elimination Community Tournament competing for the top prize and the honor of being the first winners of the ONE Street Fighter Tokyo Challenge.

The prize pool available for competitors totals to US$20,000 — one of the largest prize pools available to the fighting game community. Spectators looking to attend the event can get their tickets via LINE Ticket, or via Boardwalk for non-Japanese residents.

The 1v1 Community Tournament will be played in a Single Elimination format, with the two winners joining invited Street Fighter V professional player Bonchan and three other invited teams of professional players for a four-team Double Elimination Tournament.

Players who are keen to participate should register for our 1v1 Community Tournament here. Entry into the tournament is free.

Registration has closed.


Exhibition showmatch

On October 6, catch Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson play Street Fighter against former DEEP champion Jyobin and professional Street Fighter player, Bonchan, in an exciting series of matches. Hear them also share their experiences on being a professional martial arts athlete and video game player.


Prizes

  • 1st Place: US$9,600 (JPY 1,050,000) or US$3,200 (JPY 350,000) per player
  • 2nd Place: US$6,000 (JPY 660,000) or US$2,000 (JPY 220,000) per player
  • 3rd Place: US$3,000 (JPY 330,000) or US$1,000 (JPY 110,000) per player
  • 4th Place: US$1,500 (JPY 165,000) or US$500 (JPY 55,000) per player

Location

Bella Salle Shibuya Garden Shibuya City TOKYO-TO 150-0036

When

  • Date: October 6, 2019
  • Time: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (GMT +9)

Tournament Format 

  • Open Community Tournament: 1v1
  • Invitational Pro Tournament: Double elimination four teams of three

Tournament Rules

English version of the rules can be found here.

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Attending Players

Team South Korea

Team Japan

  • Masato “Bonchan” Takahashi
  • Community Winner
  • Community Winner

Team Taiwan

Team All-Stars

Talent Line-up

Coming soon.