Naoki “Moke” Nakayama dominated the Capcom Cup Last Chance Qualifier grand finals, destroying American Dhalsim player, Commander Jesse, 3-0.

Moke bested 242 other competitors hoping to grab the last spot in the Capcom Cup, taking down Joe “MOV Egami, Alexander “Lexx” Bautista, and Japanese player Mizuha to reach the grand finals.

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Long-time Street Fighter commentator and personality James Chen was keen to point out that history had repeated itself with yet another American Dhalsim player falling short of reaching Capcom Cup.

Sadly, the LCQ was not streamed by Capcom due to venue issues. Popular Street Fighter producer, Yoshinori Ono took responsibility for the stream issue and apologized to the fans.

You can check out the full results of the Capcom Cup 2019’s LCQ here.

Capcom Cup’s Top 32 to Top 16 is set to take place on Sunday, 00:30 GMT+8. The matches will be streamed on Capcom’s official Twitch channel. Fans can also catch the Top 32 bracket here.

Here’s a quick teaser of the top contenders who will be battling it out for the biggest prize of the year:

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