Paris, France was home to the Dragonball FighterZ World Tour 2019/2020 finals this past weekend, showing one of the most intense competitions ever seen for this game.
Saturday began with the Last-Chance Qualifier to take the covetted 16th spot on the finals. After barely making it into the LCQ, BC Tachikawa took it over WrNx Kayne after losing the first set 3-1 and then taking it 3-0 on the reset.
Dragonball FighterZ World Tour Finals – Last Chance Qualifier top 8
|1st||BC Tachikawa||Teen Gohan/GT Goku/Yamcha|
|2nd||WrNx Kayne||Teen Gohan/Gotenks/GT Goku // |
SSGSS Goku/GT Goku/SSJ Goku
|3rd||BH3 Kyden||Android 18/Cooler/GT Goku|
|4th||OBAssassin||Hit/Adult Gohan/Goku Black|
|5th||Oplon Noka||Kid Buu/Adult Gohan/GT Goku|
|5th||R-Cade Alioune||Majin Buu/GT Goku/Yamcha|
|7th||Tako956402||Adult Gohan/GT Goku/SSJ Goku|
|7th||SilverBladeZ||Kid Buu/Teen Gohan/GT Goku|
After the LCQ ended, day 1 of pools began with some major upsets, as some of the strongest in the competition, such as ASM Wawa and Sonicfox, fell out of the competition early on.
The top 8 went on with high intensity matches, all to reach the grand finals where none other than CAG‘s GO1 (Goichi) and Fenritti clashed in an epic battle where GO1 took it 3-2 on the first crowining himself champion.
Season 3 was announced at the event, so stay tuned for more news regarding the next season of the DBFZ World Touyr for season 2020/2021.
Dragonball FighterZ World Tour Finals – Finals top 8
|1st||CAG GO1||Bardock/GT Goku/SSJ Goku|
|2nd||CAG Fenritti||Cell/GT Goku/SSJ Vegeta|
|3rd||dekillsage||Teen Gohan/Broly/SSJ Goku|
|4th||BC Tachikawa||Teen Gohan/GT Goku/Yamcha|
|5th||bc ApologyMan||Piccolo/Teen Gohan/SSJ Goku|
|5th||Maddo||Kid Buu/GT Goku/SSJ Goku|
|7th||Matoi||Android 21/SSJ Goku/Bardock|
|7th||Supernoon||Kid Buu/Bardock/GT Goku|