Combo Breaker early bird registration ranked

Feb 03 2020 2 min read
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The new game hype is real for Arc System Works' upcoming fighting game, Granblue Fantasy Versus. Why else would it have the second-highest early bird registration numbers for Combo Breaker 2020?  

Registration for the inaugural event opened up on January 14, and almost three weeks later, the early-bird entry has closed with some interesting numbers. Tournament organizer, Rick "The Hadou" Thiher revealed the results on Twitter, with Tekken 7 taking first place, Granblue Fantasy Versus second and Street Fighter V: Champion Edition third. His list covers the top eight games and provides a look at what its players are currently most interested in at this year's event. 

Tekken 7’s position on the list is interesting because Combo Breaker is yet to be confirmed as a Tekken World Tour stop this year. Granblue, on the other hand, hasn’t even been released yet. That means they love what they’ve seen of the game so far and are willing to give it a chance on the competitive scene. The game arrives on March 3, while Combo Breaker takes place in late May, so there’s still almost three months to practice before the big event.  

The fantasy fighter also happens to be one of two titles in Arc World Tour 2020, so that’s another good reason for fans to be excited about the game. BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, the second title in Arc System Works competitive circuit, didn’t even make it into the top 8. Street Fighter V: Champion Edition comes in third as a Capcom Pro Tour stop, the same position it had in Combo Breaker 2019.  

Here’s the complete Combo Breaker 2020 top 8 early-bird registration list:

  1. Tekken 7
  2. Granblue Fantasy Versus
  3. Street Fighter V: Champion Edition
  4. Under Night In-Birth Exe.Late[cl-r]
  5. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
  6. Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2
  7. Samurai Shodown 
  8. Dragon Ball FighterZ 

Mortal Kombat 11 failed to maintain its first-place position from last year, this time not even entering the top 8 but sitting just outside, along with Soulcalibur VI. That’s from a pool of 24 official tournament titles, so it’s still a great achievement. The Hadou stated on Twitter that the next announcement would arrive on March 1. 

Combo Breaker 2020 will take place from May 22–24 at the Renaissance Schaumburg convention center, Illinois, Chicago. 


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