Combo Breaker 2020 commemorative artwork revealed

Feb 16 2020 1 min read
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One of the many things Combo Breaker is known for every year is the quality of life additions to every event like guide books and arcade cabinets. One of 2020's goodies is some commemorative art from talented Brazilian illustrator, AbsolumT. He recently shared his banner for the event on Twitter, and it looks fantastic.  

The commission consists of a large banner filled with 26 characters from multiple fighting games and separate images in which each character stands alone. This year's event has 23 main tournament titles, one mystery tournament, and other side tournaments, making for a large event indeed. Many of these games have representation in AbsolumT's artwork.  


Fans attending the event will receive the custom poster as a feature in the program guide, or the full poster if they opt for early-bird registration. You can check out all the artwork on the Combo Breaker website, alongside the event registration details.  

Combo Breaker 2020 will serve as a qualifying event for competitive circuits like Capcom Pro Tour and Arc World Tour. The event takes place from May 22-24 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel in Illinois.


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