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Video Games Get One Step Closer To Being In The Olympics

Although the Olympics are known more physical competitive pursuits like gymnastics and swimming, the organization has been inching closer and closer to the world of esports over the last few years. Its latest toe dip into the water comes in the form of a $500,000 gaming tournament hosted with Intel, held during the…Read more… Source: …

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Latin America Isn't Getting As Screwed Over By The Capcom Pro Tour This Year

Last year, Capcom made changes to their official Street Fighter V competition, the Capcom Pro Tour, that hurt the qualifying chances of a very specific sector of the fighting game community: those who live outside competitive hubs like the United States and Japan. The adjusted points system impacted players who lacked…Read more… Source: Kotaku | …

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Rare Character Matchup Punctuates Dominican Street Fighter V Tournament

No matter how many players pick up fighting games as a competitive endeavor, there are always going to be certain character matchups that barely ever come up in tournaments, let alone in the later stages of a major event. Last weekend, Fighting Fest showcased one such matchup during its Street Fighter V finals, a…Read more… …

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The Street Fighter V Rivals With Dramatic Handshakes

While post-match handshakes have become commonplace in the fighting game community, they rarely come laden with dense layers of history. Japanese competitors Naoki “Nemo” Nemoto and Hiromiki “Itabashi Zangief” Kumada have turned these brief moments of sportsmanship into yet another opportunity for showcasing their…Read more… Source: Kotaku | The Street Fighter V Rivals With Dramatic Handshakes

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