Street Fighter 5 Tournament Mode open beta registration begins

Dec 17 2019 2 min read

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Capcom has been silent about the Online Tournament Mode it previously announced for Street Fighter V, until now. The developer will allow fans to try out the new mode in an open beta that begins soon. 

The Online Tournament Mode open beta will take place from December 21-22, but spots are limited, with participants chosen on a first-come-first-served basis. Registration is currently live, so don't waste any time if you hope to get in. The open beta is split into solo and team tournaments, with the solo offering 200 spots. The team event is a 3v3 affair that will take place on Sunday and open to 64 parties.

All players that participate in at least one of these sessions will receive ten free Fortune Tickets to use in Fighting Chance and a special in-game "eSports Player" title. Many options are available in the mode, like choosing between single and double elimination, rank, game sets, number of players, banned stages, and banned characters.

The upcoming mode seems to be Capcom’s chosen platform for next year’s Intel World Open. Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono said in an interview last month:

"This new mode will blow [Battle Lounge] out of the water in terms of scale. We're still working out details in the beta, but it'll certainly be dozens, hundreds of people that can take part in a tournament at the same time. We're fine-tuning that, and that'll be ready in the coming months."

Sadly, the open beta is locked to the North American region, but Capcom states that future tests for other regions will also be held. However, the beta will not be locked to any specific platform, as both PlayStation 4 and Steam players can take part.

Capcom has listed the rules and times on its official website, but interested players will need to have a Discord account to register for the open beta. Good luck.


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