Take on old-school killers in the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Exhibition event at Combo Breaker 2018

By on May 16, 2018 at 9:00 am
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Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection

After announcing three stops on the tournament circuit to celebrate the impending release of Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection with the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Tournament Series, Capcom has followed up with even more old-school action coming our way. Combo Breaker 2018 will host a Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Exhibition, featuring four competitors well-versed in Street Fighter history: Echo Fox|Justin Wong, Evil Geniuses’ Ricki Ortiz, Alex Valle, and Hx.Twitch.CYG BST|Daigo Umehara!

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The fight goes down at approximately 9:00 PM CT (7:00 PM PT) on May 25. Four bold Combo Breaker 2018 attendees can join the fight via an auction to compete; from Capcom-Unity:

To become one of the other four players in this tournament, you will need to take part in an on-site auction for entry. Combo Breaker holds auction tournaments each year, where players bid on entry into a bracket, 1 by 1, until the bracket is full. For this special Street Fighter 30th Anniversary exhibition tournament all bids will be to square off against one of the 4 competing Street Fighter legends! 100% of the auction entry money goes to the tournament champion. If you can make it to St. Charles, Illinois on May 25 and want your moment to shine, this exhibition is for you!

The exhibition will be a single elimination tournament with best three out of five matches. Each player will need to remain flexible as all 12 titles from the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection may make an appearance. Before each match in the tournament, the game that will be played will be chosen randomly to keep everyone on their feet!

For those not in attendance, you can watch the action on the Capcom Fighters Twitch channel.

Source: Capcom-Unity

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