Capcom Cup 2014 Results

By on December 13, 2014 at 6:30 pm


The Capcom Pro Tour has reached its final stop. Capcom Cup 2014 is a culmination of tens of offline and online tournaments and thousands of players seeking one of the coveted qualifier spots. The road has led us to The Warfield in San Francisco, California for the Grand Final. Sixteen players have risen above the rest and will now compete for crown and prize pool of over $50,000.

Capcom has a few other plans for the event beyond the main tournament. One such event is the Omega Mode exhibition. Pitting Level|Up’s Alex Valle against Filipino Champ, and AVerMedia’s Kelvin Jeon against Pandora House’s HooDaMan.

In addition, Capcom will be streaming the very first match for the recently announced Street Fighter V, live to the world. If you want to the latest of the next numbered entry in the series, be sure to tune it.


  • Dignitas|Prodigal Son (United Kingdom) – FINAL ROUND XVII
  • EG|PR Balrog (United States) – NorCal Regionals 2014
  • EG|Momochi (Japan) – South East Asia Major
  • INFILTRATION (South Korea) – Community Effort Orlando 2014
  • MD|Luffy (France) – Evolution 2014
  • GL|Valmaster (France) – VSFighting 4
  • NISHIKIN (Japan) – Isshuu Sengeki Cup
  • Snake Eyez (United States) – The Fall Classic
  • MCZ|Daigo Umehara (Japan) – Capcom Pro Tour Asia
  • RZR|Fuudo (Japan) – DreamHack Winter 2014
  • Bonchan (Japan) – Qualified via points
  • RZR|Xian (Singapore) – Qualified via points
  • EG|Justin Wong (United States) – Qualified via points
  • EG|Ricky Ortiz (United States) – Qualified via points
  • CNB|ChuChu (Brazil) – Qualified via points
  • Crs|Nuckledu (United States) – Qualified via points


  • First Place – $30,000 + Teespring Campaign Pot Bonus
  • Second Place – $15,000
  • Third Place – $5,000


Capcom Cup 2014 will be broadcast in English, Japanese, French and Spanish. You can watch the official stream at the website with a live bracket view, or tune in directly at the Capcom Fighters Twitch channel. Capcom Japan will also be providing a stream for the Japanese audience on the Capcom TV! Twitch channel, with commentary provided by R and Yoshiwo. Ken Bogard will be hosting a French language for And finally, you can check out the Spanish language stream courtesy of Meristation.

Capcom Fighters (English)

Watch live video from CapcomFighters on

CAPCOM TV! (Japanese)

Watch live video from CAPCOM_CHANNEL on (French)

Watch live video from officiel_jvcom on


All times PST (UTC -8)

10:30 AM – Doors Open
11:30 AM – Opening Ceremony
12:00 PM – USFIV Omega Mode Exhibition
12:30 PM – USFIV Tournament
3:00 PM – Halftime Show
3:30 PM – USFIV Tournament Resumes
7:00 PM – Awards Ceremony
7:15 PM – Special Announcements

First Round Match-ups

EG|PR Balrog vs. EG|Ricky Ortiz
Snake Eyez vs. EG|Momochi
d|Prodigal Son vs. Crs|Nuckledu
Bonchan vs. RZR|Fuudo
RZR|Xian vs. GL|Valmaster
EG|JWong vs. MCZ|Umehara




Ultra Street Fighter IV – Capcom Cup 2014

1. EG|Momochi (Ken)
2. RZR|Xian (Gen, Poison, Dhalsim)
3. MD|Luffy (Rose)
4. INFILTRATION (Akuma, Elena, Chun-Li)
5. EG|PR Balrog (Balrog)
5. d|Prodigal Son (Ryu, Evil Ryu)
7. RZR|Fuudo (Fei Long)
7. GL|Valmaster (Chun-Li, Elena)

9. MCZ|Umehara (Evil Ryu)
9. Crs|Nuckledu (Guile, Decapre)
9. Bonchan (Sagat)
9. EG|Ricky Ortiz (Rufus)
13. NISHIKIN (Blanka)
13. Snake Eyez (Zangief)
13. CNB|ChuChu (Sakura, C.Viper)
13. EG|JWong (Rufus)

Match Log

Grand Final

RZR|Xian (Poison, Gen) vs. EG|Momochi (Ken) – 2-3 Reset
RZR|Xian (Gen) vs. EG|Momochi (Ken) – 1-3

Losers Final

MD|Luffy (Rose) vs. EG|Momochi (Ken) – 0-2

Winners Final

MD|Luffy (Rose) vs. RZR|Xian (Gen) – 1-2

Losers Semi-final

INFILTRATION (Akuma) vs. EG|Momochi (Ken) – 0-2

Top 8 Winners

d|Prodigal Son (Evil Ryu, Ryu) vs. MD|Luffy (Rose) – 0-2
INFILTRATION (Akuma) vs. RZR|Xian (Gen) – 0-2

Top 8 Losers

EG|PR Balrog (Balrog) vs. RZR|Fuudo (Fei Long) – 2-1
EG|Momochi (Ken) vs. GL|Valmaster (Chun-Li) – 2-0

INFILTRATION (Akuma) vs. EG|PR Balrog (Balrog) – 2-0
d|Prodigal Son (Ryu) vs. EG|Momochi (Ken) – 1-2

Top 16 Winners

MD|Luffy (Rose) vs. EG|Ricky Ortiz (Rufus) – 2-1
d|Prodigal Son (Ryu) vs. EG|Momochi (Ken) – 2-1
INFILTRATION (Elena) vs. RZR|Fuudo (Fei Long) – 2-1
MCZ|Umehara (Evil Ryu) vs. RZR|Xian (Dhalsim) – 1-2

Top 16 Losers

EG|PR Balrog (Balrog) vs. NISHIKIN (Blanka) – 2-0
Crs|Nuckledu (Guile) vs. Snake Eyez (Zangief) – 2-1
Bonchan (Sagat) vs. CNB|ChuChu (C.Viper) – 2-0
GL|Valmaster (Chun-Li) vs. EG|JWong (Rufus) – 2-0

EG|PR Balrog (Balrog) vs. MCZ|Umehara (Evil Ryu) – 2-1
Crs|Nuckledu (Guile) vs. RZR|Fuudo (Fei Long) – 0-2
Bonchan (Sagat) vs. EG|Momochi (Ken) – 1-2
GL|Valmaster (Chun-Li) vs. EG|Ricky Ortiz (Rufus) – 2-1

First Round

NISHIKIN (Blanka) vs. MD|Luffy (Rose) – 1-2
EG|PR Balrog (Balrog) vs. EG|Ricky Ortiz (Rufus) – 1-2
EG|Momochi (Ken) vs. Snake Eyez (Zangief) – 2-0
Crs|Nuckledu (Decapre) vs. d|Prodigal Son (Ryu) – 1-2
Bonchan (Sagat) vs. RZR|Fuudo (Fei Long) – 0-2
INFILTRATION (Chun-Li) vs. CNB|ChuChu (Sakura) – 2-0
GL|Valmaster (Elena, Chun-Li) vs. RZR|Xian (Poison) – 0-2
EG|JWong (Rufus) vs. MCZ|Umehara (Evil Ryu) – 0-2

Omega Mode Exhibition

Filipino Champ (Seth, Dhalsim) vs. Alex Valle (Ryu, Hugo, M.Bison) – 2-1
pH|HooDaMan (E.Honda) vs. AVM|Kelvin Jeon (Hugo, Decapre) – 1-2

Source: Capcom Cup, Capcom Fighters, Capcom TV!