Here’s the complete schedule for the Tekken World Tour 2020

Joseph Asuncion

Bandai Namco has finally released the full schedule for the Tekken World Tour 2020, complete with returning and newly formed upper-tier tournaments for the world’s best fighters.

Returning locations

Here’s a list of all the returning locations:

  • Tokyo Tekken Masters (April 4-5)
  • NorCal Regionals (April 10-12)
  • The Mixup (April 18-19)
  • Tekken Round Pro 9 (April 25)
  • Cape Town Showdown (May 2-3)
  • Headstomper (May 8-10)
  • UYU Ultimate; Taipei (May 7)
  • Combo Breaker (May 22-24)
  • Battle Arena Melbourne (May 29-31)
  • Thaiger Uppercut (June 6-7)
  • Fighting Games Challenge (June 13-14)
  • CEO Gaming 2020 (June 26-28)
  • IFGC Max (July 4-5)
  • Collision (July 18-19)
  • Electric Cancel (July 25-26)
  • EVO 2020 (July 31 -August 2)
  • Electric Clash (August 8)
  • VSFighting (August 21-23)
  • Summer Jam (August 28-30)
  • REV Major (September 5-6)
  • Kumite in Texas (August 11-13)
  • FV Major (September 19-20)
  • Clash of the Olympians (August 26-27)
  • Berlin Tekken Clash (October 24-25)
  • Dreamhack Atlanta (November 11-15)

New locations

With Tekken 7’s growing fanbase, Bandai has added six new locations in the Challenger and Master tournament tiers.

Seeing as how the Pakistani fighting game community shot to fame with the likes of Arslan “Arslan Ash” Siddique and Awais “Awais Honey” Iftikhar, Bandai has introduced the FATE Masters in Amman, Jordan and the Takra Cup in Rawalpindi, Pakistan as easy-access tournaments for them.

Credit: Bandai Namco

Here’s a list of the new locations:

  • Kiungo Games (June 20-21)
  • Sonic Boom (July 10-12)
  • Backlash (August 15-16)
  • Ultimate Fighting Arena (October 2-4)
  • Takra Cup (October 17-18)
  • FATE: Middle-East Master (November 7-8)

Bandai also announced that the final stop of the tour, the Tekken World Finals, will take place in New Orleans on December 12-13, a month after the last Master stop, Dreamhack Atlanta.

Dojos and points

TWT 2020 will still have the same point system as TWT2019, giving a fair amount of points throughout the different tournament tiers.

For Tekken’s most frequent tournament goers, Bandai has placed a cap on your points, only taking your best four Master runs, four Challenger runs, and three Dojo runs for your final ranking.

If you’re interested in signing for any of these tournaments or even adding your own dojo stop to the TWT2020, you can visit the official site here.

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