The Tekken World Tour is back for its fifth season after a successful end to the 2019 year, where over 75,000 people watched Yuta “Chikurin” Take win the World Tour Finals.
Tekken 7 is one of the biggest fighting games on the market with more than five million copies sold worldwide and a massively successful competitive circuit that’s still growing in size. And this year is going to be even bigger with 30 events spread out over eight months and four ranks, all leading up to the 2020 Tekken World Tour Finals on Dec. 12 in New Orleans.
The three different types of events are Dojo, Challenger, and Master. Dojo events are the entry-level tournaments that will still provide points to players climbing the World Tour Leaderboard. Master events will have a higher payout and give high-placing players more points than either Dojo or Challenger events.
Staple tournaments like Combo Breaker, Evo, CEO, and many others are returning for another year of representation on the World Tour Circuit. You can find a full list of events, dates, and where to register for them on the official Tekken website.
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