RAGE GBVS 2020 Summer Online Preliminaries winners

May 31 2020 2 min read

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RAGE GBVS 2020 Summer began this weekend, bringing together 1,024 competitors in an online Granblue Fantasy Versus tournament that ran from May 30-31. 

The lineup consists of players like Kachi "Pekos" Yota, Utsumi "DoraBang" Ryuji, Goichi "GO1" Kishida, Toru "Tachikawa" Tachikawa, Kei "BNBBN" Komada, Shoji "Fenrich" Sho, Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue. Seemingly taking a page out of the Dragon Ball FighterZ book, Granblue Fantasy Versus has also attracted players from several other fighting games such as Blazblue: Central Fiction, Samurai Shodown VI, Tekken 7Street Fighter V, and even Dragon Ball FighterZ itself.

The Japanese event was initially planned to have international players compete alongside locals. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was decided to have only participants in Japan compete to ensure the health and well-being of all parties. 

Here is the RAGE GBVS 2020 Summer Online Preliminaries top 24: 

Winners Bracket

  • Tarezou
  • Buggy
  • Eguchi 
  • Hasharaga

  • Mocchii 
  • PGW|Ren 

  • I-yo

Losers Bracket

  • Kuniwo 
  • Manu
  • Kenryo "Mago" Hayashi
  • BC|Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue
  • DAI 
  • SNB|Atsushi "Fujimura" Fujimura
  • Gamera
  • Yoshii
  • Kazuyuki "KojiKOG" Koji 
  • RQ

  • LGK|Monster
  • Akira
  • Tahichi 

  • SANWA|Masanobu "M'" Murakami
  • Onsen

  • SANWA|Laggia

With the RAGE GBVS 2020 Summer Online Preliminaries taken care of, the top 24 head to the offline Semifinals on June 6. Only 8 of them will make it into the Grand Finals on June 20. The tournament is in partnership with Japan e-Sports Association, putting professional esports licenses on the line alongside a big prize pool.

RAGE GBVS 2020 Summer features a ¥5 million ($46,389) prize pool with first place taking home ¥3 million ($27,834), second ¥800,000 ($7,422) and third place ¥500,000 ($4,639). The fourth player receives ¥300,000 ($2,783), while fifth and seventh place ties take home ¥150,000 ($1,392) and ¥50,000 ($464), respectively.


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