Gachikun, Mago, and Tokido drop their Street Fighter V tier list

Feb 05 2020 2 min read

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Japanese Street Fighter V pro players Tsunehiro "Gachikun" Kanamori, Kenryo "Mago" Hayashi, and Hajime "Tokido" Taniguchi released their Champion Edition tier list in a recent livestream. In it, they take their time discussing their picks and the rationale behind their choices. 

Their tier list consists of ranks S-D, with all 39 characters included and arranged in order within each tier. Urien takes the top spot even with his recent nerfs, while Rashid, Kolin, and Akuma follow. They don't consider M. Bison S-tier material though, placing him at the tail end of A-tier instead. Guile, G, Necalli, and Abigail all come before the leader of Shadoloo. 

C- tier has about one-third of the entire roster, including Street Fighter III boss, Gill. He’s joined by Ken, Ibuki, Juri, Cody, Nash, Balrog, and more. Right at the bottom in D-rank are Alex, Falke, Ryu, F.A.N.G., and Dhalsim in order. 

The game’s most recent patch has been out for a while now, but players are still getting used to its changes. They have to if they hope to be ready for Capcom Pro Tour, which begins in March at Brussels Challenge

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition arrives on February 14, 2020, bringing with it the leader of S.I.N. Seth, stages, costumes, and more. 


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