Twixxie, Drewtorious, and MLSwear3 are the CEO 2020 Online champs

Jun 29 2020 2 min read
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CEO 2020 Online (CEOnline) took place over the weekend, bringing some Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath action alongside Ultra Street Fighter IV and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Although riddled with disqualifications, the event went on to crown three winners in each game.

CEO 2020 Online

The event's participation was capped at a mere fraction of what CEO typically offers, but it was still an entertaining event nonetheless. Both Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath and Ultra Street Fighter IV were capped at 128 players, while Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 had a limit of 32 players. However, none of these games reached their cap.

Here's a look at the final standings at CEO 2020 Online:

Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath

  • 1. Liam "Twixxie" Nelson 

  • 2. SIM|Aj “2eZ” Pieri 

  • 3. PG|Bryant "Kitana Prime" Benzing

  • 4. ATL|Amir "Fierce" Sims 

  • 5. Garrett "Mufasa" Leach

  • 5. Michael "Zintai" Lane 

  • 7. Adam "AdamTheGrey" G.

  • 7. lluz|Larry "HellaLarry" Mckeller

Ultra Street Fighter IV

  • 1. MLSwear3 

  • 2. Delvis "DSC_xWAx_Solid" Paula 

  • 3. Quinton "Fawkes" Gray

  • 4. Adam "Neon" Ramirez 

  • 5. DATA|Aaron "ShadowAce50" Green

  • 5. Jose "JCampos" Campos 

  • 7. David "ThatMasher" Najara

  • 7. CEO|Alex "Jebailey" Jebailey

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 

  • 1. DATA|Andrew "Drewtorious" A.

  • 2. TNS|Ronan Healy 

  • 3. Truong "Jasonkido" Tra 

  • 4. TNS|Roberto "Sandwich" Betarte

  • 5. Fernando "Sondelight" Castillo

  • 5. MHIO|L. "Dr. Salt" Doyle

  • 7. Joshua "PinealKinesis" Bee

  • 7. Nick "Nickbad" Bryan

The UMvC3 tournament had the lowest number of entries, falling short of its cap by four players. Facing Ronan Healy in the Grand Finals, Andrew "Drewtorious" A. seized victory as the UMvC3 champion, earning his first major tournament for Atlanta's DATA FGC.

Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath drew the participation of players like Bryant "Kitana Prime" Benzing and Liam "Twixxie" Nelson. Both Kitana Prime and second-place winner, Aj "2eZ" Pieri lost to Twixxie in the Top 4, but it was 2eZ that sent him to the Losers Bracket. Twixxie seized the crown after resetting the bracket and taking the Grand Final with the same scoreline both times, 3-1.  

Ultra Street Fighter IV saw the highest turnout of players, with CEO Founder Alex Jebailey also competing. MLSwear won the tournament with not a single loss during the event. In the Winners Final, MLSwear3 defeated Quinton "Fawkes" Gray, 3-0, and then beat Delvis "DSC_xWAx_Solid" Paula, 3-1 in the Grand Finals.

CEO 2020 Online look place from June 27-28, featuring 107 participants across all three games and a prize pool of $250 each.


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