EDIT: Our ranbat has a website. So professional!
Fresno’s second ranbat series kicked off last month with quite the bang, bringing in over 20 people to a small boba shop for the sole purpose of pressing buttons with killing intent. A host of new faces, along with some old and busted ones, made the first ranbat of this season a great time. Complete with a run-in with my good friend Thunderbird, it was truly a day to not forget for at least a month or so. If you’re a Street Fighter player living in Central California, you’d be a fool to not show up.
What’s a ranbat you ask? Ranbat is shorthand for Ranking Battle, a series of tournaments in which players earn points based on their placings in each tournament. Want to prove that you’re the best in Fresno? I’m sorry you feel that way.
Date, time, and location:
Sunday, September 12
1075 East Bullard Avenue
Fresno, CA 93710-5532
Entry: 10 $ (7 to the pot, 3 to the venue)
Pot will be split 70/20/10 between the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers.
Signups starting at 12:00, tournament will start at 2. If you’d just like to spectate, you’re more than welcome to stop by, but be advised that the place can get a bit crowded. Deodorant really isn’t optional here.
- SUPER STREET FIGHTER 4 -
Best 2/3, Double Elimination
Grand Finals: Best 3/5
Loser can change character/ultra, winner cannot swap ultras.
This will be run on PS3, along with a 360 setup by request. If players cannot come to an agreement on which console to play, either a cockfight or coin flip will be necessary to break the deadlock. Since this will be multi-console, please be considerate of those who may need to borrow your stick. Unless they’re grimy as shit; then you can tell them to fuck off.
- Tekken 6 -
We’ve had some interest shown for a Tekken side tournament, and we’d be more than happy to accommodate this. We need to make sure that there would be enough players though, so make sure to sound off if you want this to happen!
These are the chumps to beat:
1: Javier Garcia - 8 points
2: Andrew Vongphachanh - 7 points
3: Michael Junio - 6 points
4: Putthivath Chia - 5 points
5: Tommy Duong - 3 points
5: Stephen Cruz - 3 points
7: Isaiah Peoples - 1 points
7: Mike Chow - 1 points
All skill levels are encouraged to come by and take their best shot. We’re all here to have some fun and get better at this game, and we’d love to have you join us. Hope to see you out there!