Qudans Breaks the Champion Pattern and Wins the TEKKEN World Tour Finals
After Qudans won South East Asia Major 2017, every player in the community started keeping their eye on him, seeing how far he can go in his legendary comeback. Now, against fifteen of the best players of the world, he stands tall as the champion of the TEKKEN World Tour.
The Champion pattern has been going on for a couple of years now, starting with Nobi winning EVO 2015 and the King of Iron Fist 2015. That was followed by Saint winning the same tournaments the year after. This year, JDCR won EVO 2016, but Qudans takes the TEKKEN World Tour.
The pattern broke when Qudans took out Echo Fox’s JDCR in the losers finals, and his momentum carried to the grand finals against Echo Fox’s Saint when he took the first set and reset the bracket. His signature Devil Jin remained aggressive, keeping the damage coming while never (or barely) showing carelessness. One set away from winning the championship, Qudans was put to a halt by a desperate Saint who was working towards a comeback. After losing one match however, Qudans gathered himself to put a stop to Saint and finish with the championship.
watch the match here:
Results are as follows:
Champion – Qudans
2nd place – Fox|Saint
3rd place – Fox|JDCR
4th place – CCG|Tissuemon
5th place – Circa|Joey Fury, Cooasgames|Noroma
7th place – PG|Speedkicks, NCSS|JimmyJTran
Congratulations to Qudans for winning the TEKKKEN World Tour! Congratulations as well to the rest of the top placers, and we’ll see all of you again next year!http://www.unifiltekken.com/feat/qudans-breaks-the-champion-pattern-and-wins-the-tekken-world-tour-finals/http://www.unifiltekken.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/vlcsnap-2017-11-13-14h50m18s507-1024x576.pnghttp://www.unifiltekken.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/vlcsnap-2017-11-13-14h50m18s507-150x150.pngFeaturedForeign NewsQudans,Tekken 7,Tekken World TourAfter Qudans won South East Asia Major 2017, every player in the community started keeping their eye on him, seeing how far he can go in his legendary comeback. Now, against fifteen of the best players of the world, he stands tall as the champion of the TEKKEN World...porukunPaul Gabriel Fuentesporukun052594@gmail.comAuthorCompetitive Tekken player and Tekken news writer for Unifiltekken and eSports Inquirer. Wishes he had a better rig and more money for the recently released games.