Panda Global names GO1 the best Dragon Ball FighterZ player in the world

Jun 09 2020 2 min read

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Following the fan obsession with power levels in the Dragon Ball franchise (and every other battle shonen anime/manga out there), Panda Global decided to do us all a favor by painting a clear picture of the best players. Making use of their almighty algorithm, Panda Global gives us the top 50 players in Dragon Ball FighterZ. Taking statistics starting from the game's launch to the present, we get a good picture of who the most consistent Z Warriors are.

Since the birth of their rivalry in Final Round 2018, Goichi "GO1" Kishida and Dominique "SonicFox," McLean marked the pinnacle of power. However, following numerous victories in 2019, GO1 rose above his North American counterpart to become the strongest player in the world. The competition was fierce this year as the rivals did not even get to face one another on the "Tournament of Power" stage. Japan secured the 3rd-5th place on the rankings, with only the top six players possessing a power level of over 9000.


2020's Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals 9th-12th place finisher, Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue earned third place on the PGRZ. Meanwhile, World Tour Finals 2nd and 3rd place players, Shoji "Fenritti" Sho and Jon "Dekillsage" Coello appear in the global rankings in 3rd and 9th place respectively.

The rest of the World Tour finalists landed somewhere between the PGRZ's first 20, while B, Alioune "Alioune" Camara, and William "Leffen" Hjelte entered the 21-30 bracket. Other notable players include Mohamed "Kayne" Sobti, Tsutomu "kubo" Kubota, Dean "Zer0q" Bajram, and Yutta

Guarding the gate to the top in Area 51 is Juan "BeyondToxin" Contreras, Eddie "brkrdave" Sayles, Glyn "Doza" Mendoza, Jeronte "Fame96" Latham, and Nicholas "Seo" Choo. PGRZ players like GO1, Dogura, Fenritti, and Fame96 have also taken an interest in Granblue Fantasy Versus

You can find the full PGRZ list here.


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