Last Sunday, July 24, I started TEKKEN Benelux Championship With the Brussels Challenge as the first round. Supported by Bandai Namco France and Gaming Corporation Belgium, and represented by Younes Lazar, the project was a real success with players’ strong enthusiasm for the competitive fighting game and the TEKKEN series.
He was buzzing with the wheels of society, including Dalphanate And the Wellvanble, two prominent figures of TEKKEN in the Benelux. The Brussels Challenge channel gathered over 550 people over the weekend, along with over 400 Twitch viewers who followed the channel. Brussels Challenge During the opening round of the regional championship.
These strong indications of the new initiative at the regional level are a very good sign for obtaining the TEKKEN license, thus setting the TEKKEN Benelux Championship as a new reference point on the regional competitive scene thanks to the caring and benevolent community that is always active and enthusiastic. !
So come to Ghent on Saturday 13th August for the next round of competition at Odisee Gent and catch up on everything via the official tournament page or via Brussels Channel Twitch Challenge Follow this tour live!
The major edition of the Brussels Challenge 2022 was organized with the support of the Walloon Federation of Brussels and the Brussels-Capital Region.
The TEKKEN BENELUX Championship is part of the European TEKKEN Cup to support local communities in Europe. This new tournament will be divided into two phases and will run from this summer until fall with multiple national championships in the following regions: Benelux, France, Germany, Italy, Nordic countries, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom and Ireland.
The European Tekken Cup Final The eight national champions pitted against the eight finalists in early 2023 in Lyon, France, with a prize pool of €25,000 and a chance to become European Player of the Year in TEKKEN 7.
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