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Who won Capcom 2015?

Who won Capcom 2015?

Prize pool

Place Prize Player
1st $120,000 Kazunoko
2nd $60,000 Daigo Umehara
3rd $25,000 Xian
4th $15,000 Poongko

Who won Capcom Cup 2016?

Prize pool

Place Prize Player
1st $230,000 NuckleDu
2nd $60,000 Ricki Ortiz
3rd $25,000 Kazunoko
4th $15,000 Haitani

Who is the best Street Fighter player in the world?

Known as “Daigo” or “The Beast” in the West and “Umehara” (ウメハラ, written in katakana instead of kanji) or “Ume” in Japan, Daigo is one of the world’s most famous Street Fighter players and is often considered its greatest as well.

Who won Capcom Cup 2017?

Saul Leonardo Mena “MenaRD” Segundo
The finals were won by Dominican newcomer Saul Leonardo Mena “MenaRD” Segundo, who defeated Hajime “Tokido” Taniguchi in the final match.

Who won Capcom Cup 2019?

iDom lept
iDom lept from his chair in excitement. He said himself after the event that he couldn’t believe he won but it was true. iDom is the Capcom Cup 2019 Champion!

How many players in Capcom Cup?

These Official Rules will be updated to reflect the Cash Prize for the 48 Participating Players (defined below) in the CAPCOM CUP IX once the amount is finalized.

How much did iDom win?

Earnings By Year

Total Results
2021 $18,869.08 6.45%
2020 $9,044.13 3.09%
2019 $255,730.80 87.43%
2018 $2,714.00 0.93%

What is the best selling fighting game of all time?

Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat is now the best-selling fighting franchise of all time with 73 million sales, beating series like Super Smash Bros. The Mortal Kombat franchise has now sold 73 million units worldwide, making it gaming’s best-selling fighting franchise of all time.

How do you qualify for Capcom Cup?

Win an Online or Offline Premier or dominate as a World Warrior to Qualify for the Capcom Cup. The CAPCOM PRO TOUR (CPT) is the premier league destination for competitive fighting games.

What is Capcom Cup 2015?

Capcom Cup 2015 was a professional Ultra Street Fighter IV video game tournament that was held at Moscone Center in San Francisco on December 6, 2015.

What happened to the Capcom Pro Tour 2015?

“Capcom Pro Tour Ends At PSX 2015 With Special One-Day Capcom Cup Event”. iDigitalTimes. Archived from the original on 2016-08-27. Retrieved 2016-08-15.

How much money did Kazunoko win at the Capcom Cup 2015?

Being sponsored by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the first time, Capcom Cup 2015 and its Pro Tour had a total prize pool of $500,000 USD, $120,000 of which was awarded to Kazunoko.

Which countries have qualified for the Capcom Cup?

Global North America Latin America EMEA Asia PLAYERS QUALIFIED FOR THE CAPCOM CUP 0Points Mago Japan 0Points MJ_Gama Mexico 0Points Nephew USA 0Points NL Korea 0Points NeroTheBoxer Peru 0Points RonaldinhoBR Brazil 0Points AngryBird United Arab Emirates 0Points Takamura Belgium 0Points RobTV USA 0Points