Qudans’ capture of the Tekken World Tour 2017 championship was one of last year’s most celebrated and visceral FGC moments. With a success story like that, it’s no surprise Bandai Namco would want to capture that magic again:
The Tekken World Tour 2018 officially starts March 16th at Final Round in Atlanta, GA, and continues until October 26th at Canada Cup. The series will conclude in Amsterdam, NLD, but competitors will find that the road to the Finals is a little different this year: both point and tournament formats have changed.
The 2018 World Tour will feature one global leaderboard, instead of leaderboards for different regions. Players from any region can earn points at every single Tour event, and the events will only be divided into one of two points categories: Master and Challenger.
You can read more about the new rules and tournament stops here.