Northwest Majors XI in Seattle, Washington concludes today and the final results are in for the Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition and Tekken 7 events, as well as others. Northwest Majors was streamed on the GameWorksSeattle Twitch channel. Match footage can also be found on the Team Khaos or Seattle Tekken Twitch channels.
Northwest Majors XI is a Tekken World Tour Challenger stop and had over 160 entrants. It’s also a Capcom Pro Tour ranking event, with over 130 entrants.
Here are the final results for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition. SonicBoxx’s 801 Strider and his G defeated Capcom Cup 2016 champion Echo Fox’s NuckleDu (R. Mika, Cammy, Guile), along with everyone else at the tournament, earning him 200 ranking points.
I won! Thanks for the support, it’s been a long grind with a character that most told me was not good enough. Now I’m one of the reasons he’s recognized great. I’m excited for the rest of CPT! pic.twitter.com/Xx9r3ZUfs3
— Gustavo Romero (@801_Gustavo) April 29, 2019
The full Top 8 is as follows:
1. SB|801 Strider (G)
2. FOX|NuckleDu (R. Mika, Cammy, G, Guile)
3. UYU|Kami (Akuma)
4. Tempo|Alex Myers (Cammy)
5. SR|Rebooooo (Ken)
5. Justin Wong (Karin, Menat)
7. ChrisCCH (Sakura)
7. Rise|Smug (G, Balrog)
For the Tekken 7 challenger event, Red Bull/ RadianceGG’s Anakin won the event with JACK-7, over Jimmy J Tran’s Bryan.
And there you have it ladies and gentlemen! @redbullesports @RadianceGG very own @tk_anakin takes the first NA Challenger event for the #TWT ! Congratulations to him and thank you everyone for tuning in as well! Congratulations also to @jimmyjtran for 2’nd and @Shadow20z in third pic.twitter.com/tMMvYYlpOo
— Northwest Majors (@NorthwestMajors) April 29, 2019
The full Top 8 is listed below:
1. RB|Anakin (JACK-7)
2. Jimmy J Tran (Bryan)
3. Disrupt|Shadow20z (Claudio)
4. SEA|EddieBoyMang (Eddy)
5. PG|Speedkicks (Miguel, Steve, Hwoarang)
5. CCG|RunItBlack (Jin)
7. EQNX|CuddleCore (Alisa, Xiaoyu)
7. BAN|Bravo (Lee, Jin)
Other games played at Northwest Majors this year are Mortal Kombat 11, Dragon Ball FighterZ, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Soul Calibur VI, and Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2.
EG|ChrisG won this year’s Mortal Kombat event playing Noob Saibot, with Hybrid|2eZ (Sub-Zero, Scorpion) coming in second. EG|ChrisG (Teen Gohan, Tien, Yamcha | Krillin, Base Vegeta, Yamcha) also took first place in Dragon Ball FighterZ, beating out Willyum (Cell, Kid Buu, Vegeta | Piccolo, Bardock, Goku).
Oh yea we did it!!!! 1st MK11 and DBFZ!!!! 9th SFV. I played pretty damn good. #ImRidiculous #NWM pic.twitter.com/TmtXzj35d7
— Christopher Gonzalez (@NYChrisG) April 29, 2019
For Soul Calibur VI, Jetlag|Linkorz’s Siegfried took the top spot over BxA|PartyWolf, who played Kilik, Maxi, and Grøn. In Guilty Gear Xrd, Tenpai’s Dizzy took it over HellSap’s Jack-O. In BlazBlue, Sugoi|EbonicPlague (Mitsuru, Yuzuriha) was victorious against Isorropia (Waldstein, Tager).
Full results can be found on smash.gg.