Tekken

Tekken

Tekken (Japanese: 鉄拳, “Iron Fist”) is a fighting video game franchise created, developed, and published by Namco (later Bandai Namco Entertainment). Beginning with the original Tekken in December 1994, the series has received several sequels as well as updates and spin-off titles. Tekken was one of the first fighting games at the time to use 3D animation.

The premise of each game in the main series documents the events of the King of Iron Fist Tournament, hosted by the Mishima Zaibatsu. The prize is typically control of the company, which allows the winner to host the following tournament. After beating the game with each character, an ending cutscene is unlocked and usually one of the endings from each game becomes the continuation of the story into the following installment. The story has largely revolved around the Mishima clan curse, which began narratively with Heihachi Mishima throwing his son Kazuya Mishima from a cliff when he was five years old. Kazuya was nearly killed from the fall, but through the influence of the “Devil Gene” he survived and swore revenge to his father by the time of the King of Iron Fist Tournament.

TEKKEN WORLD TOUR

The TEKKEN WORLD TOUR is an international tournament series for the iconic fighting franchise TEKKEN. With Region-Locked Leaderboards spanning the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific, the TEKKEN WORLD TOUR will qualify the best TEKKEN players from each region into the TEKKEN WORLD TOUR Finals.

Master Events:
Compete for prizes and Ranking Points against top tier competition at these tent-pole events. Master Events are open bracket tournaments. You must be from that event’s region to earn points on the regional leaderboard.

Challenger Events:
Put your mettle to the test at Challenger events to earn Ranking Points against local competition. Challenger events are open bracket tournaments. You must be from that event’s region to earn points on the regional leaderboard.

Online Events:
Take the battle online! Participate in regional online events from the comfort of your own home, and lay the smackdown to online warriors everywhere. Online events are open bracket, region-locked entry tournaments.

Evo Championship Series:
Test your skills at the largest fighting game event in the world. Featuring the highest level of competition from around the globe, the winner of Evo will automatically qualify for the World Finals. Evo is an open bracket tournament.

Regionals:
Fight to be the Regional Champion! Taking place in each of the three regions (Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific), the winner of these events will walk away with the highest tier of Ranking Points and extra prize money. Regionals are open bracket, region-locked entry tournaments.

TEKKEN WORLD TOUR Finals:
It all comes down to this! 16 players enter the final battle to see who will be crowned World Champion and take home a huge pay day. The breakdown of the 16 players is as follows: top 5 from each regional leaderboard (total 15) & winner of EVO.

Tekken News

  • TEKKEN World Tour – Korea Masters 2018 Preview TEKKEN World Tour Pools: Saturday, 12am ET (Friday, 9pm PT) on twitch.tv/tekken Top 16: Sunday, 12am ET (Saturday, 9pm PT) on twitch.tv/tekken Brackets will be posted later at https://twt2018kr.challonge.com/ After a week off, the TEKKEN World Tour is set to return with a bang Seoul, South Korea is the site for this weekend’s Korea Masters tournament. The event is a Master event on the Tour, which means that top players from all over the world will be in action. The field includes nearly every notable Korean ... Read More
  • TEKKEN World Tour – Super Akouma Wins Kuwait Battle Royale TEKKEN World Tour Kuwait Battle Royale may have ended with the favorite raising the trophy, but getting to that point was far from a foregone conclusion. Super Akouma and his Akuma prevailed at Kuwait Battle Royale on Saturday evening. He secured the win – his first ever at a TEKKEN World Tour event – by holding off Bahrain’s Tekken Master in the grand final. The French star entered the weekend as a strong favorite, as he was the only player in the field ... Read More
  • LowHigh wins the TEKKEN World Tour BEast Arena Hong Kong title TEKKEN World Tour Being able to master more than one character can be the difference between victory and defeat on the TEKKEN World Tour. For proof of that, look no further than BEast Arena Hong Kong. LowHigh used a surprise Law pick in the grand final to win the BEast Arena Hong Kong title on Sunday. The win was his first ever at a TEKKEN World Tour event. LowHigh’s Shaheen was unstoppable for most of the tournament. He dispatched NorCal Regionals champion Saint ... Read More
  • TEKKEN World Tour – BEast Arena Hong Kong 2018 Preview TEKKEN World Tour Pools: Saturday, 12am-6am ET (Friday, 9pm-Saturday, 3am PT) on twitch.tv/teamsp00ky Top 8: Sunday, 3am ET/12am PT on twitch.tv/teamsp00ky We’re still recovering from a wild NorCal Regionals, but there is no rest for those hoping to reach the TEKKEN World Tour Finals. The tour rolls on with a stop at BEast Arena Hong Kong this weekend. The list of players in the field is not final as BEast Arena will offer at-the-door registration, but the field is already star-studded. Korea will be ... Read More
  • ELEAGUE | TEKKEN Team Takedown Features Thrilling Championship Match, April 6, on TBS Turner & IMG’s ELEAGUE will crown a TEKKEN ® 7 champion, recapping the best moments from the final matches of its unique team-based ELEAGUE | TEKKEN Team Takedown event in the series’ final episode, Friday, April 6, at 11 p.m. ET/PT on TBS. The show will take viewers through the tournament’s final match, with $100,000 in prize money on the line as Team Jeannail “Cuddle_Core” Carter takes on Team Ricky “Pokchop” Walker Jr. on the ELEAGUE stage. Richard Lewis will host the ... Read More
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