FULL LIST: Brawlfest 2016 results

Don Kevin Hapal
Here's a list of the winners from Brawlfest 2016, which featured tourneys for Tekken 7, Street Fighter V, Mortal Kombat XL and other fighting games

MANILA, Philippines – The Filipino fighting game community showed its alive and booming with Brawlfest, a fighting game tournament, once again headlining this year’s eSports and Gaming Summit (ESGS) on October 28 to 30. 

Brawlfest has been an annual tradition for ESGS, featuring tourneys on different fighting games like Street Fighter V, Mortal Kombat XL, Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator, among others.

But this year’s Brawlfest was made even more special, according to PlayBook CEO Richard Brojan, with players being able to try out Bandai Namco Entertainment’s upcoming game, Tekken 7. 

“We also saw a lot of improvement this year in terms of attendance… The gaming community right now is really special because they think it’s the best time to play, with fighting games booming worldwide,” Brojan said. 

PBE AK qualifies for the King of Iron Fist Tournament in Japan. Photo by Richard Brojan

Moreover, the winner for the King of Iron Fist Tournament SEA Qualifiers, Alexandre “PBE AK” Laverez, will be representing the country on the world stage in Japan this December. 

Here’s a full list of winners from this year’s Brawlfest:

King of the Iron Fist Tournament SEA Qualifiers

Champion 

PBE | AK

2

PBE | Doujin

3

Aya

4

PBE | Maru

5

Coffee_Prinz

 

B1G.Weakling

7

Wolp Po Fox

 

Fatal Frame

Street Fighter V

Champion 

IPT.VS.Dru

2

PBE | Don

3

PAD)Ace

4

PBE | SuperJamse

5

IPT.Yoshi1995

 

Papertrail

7

IPT.VS.Lidokein

 

FGS.MGS

Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator 

Champion 

PBR | Shinji

2

PBE | God

3

PBE | Draqqe

4

PBE | NightRAId

5

IPT.McArthur

 

TeamReki.Riel.esports

7

IPT.Blickwinkel

 

Blitzer

Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Ignition

Champion

Dix

2

Jin

3

Scallywag.LKR

4

TeamReki.Reki

5

IPT.Blickwinel

 

PBE.NightRAId

7

TeamReki.Riel.esports

 

1pondo.ChrisBenoit

9

1pndo.ChocolateThunder

The King of Fighters XIV

Champion

N.M.JR

2

NM.Peter

3

Bigballz

4

N.M.ARDY

5

NM.Nelson

 

PBE.Bully

7

N.M.Deng

 

PAO.Abangero (Ash)

9

N.M.Monmon

 

N.M.Eiji

BlazBlue Central Fiction

Champion

Ipt.VS.Blickwinkel

2

TeamReki | Lardbucket

3

Ipt.VS.Alden

4

Ipt.VS.Chase

5

Ipt.VS.McArthur

6

DavidGo

7

Cascade

 

NicX

Mortal Kombat XL

Champion

Ipt.VS.Migosan

2

Symonomicon

3

Ipt.VS.MartinMacayan

4

musashi_joe

5

PBE.Pinoy172

6

Strogn

7

Ipt.VS.Promilkid

 

Marquis_of_Puns

Gundam Extreme vs Full Boost

Champion

Raziel

2

SeraphimZero

3

Raze

4

Chibi Chevalier

5

General Li Shang

 

Kirafseiei

7

CG.Ellura

 

JF | DarPrinzKaizer

Smash Doubles

Champion

PBE.KupunanNiEugene

2

THUNDABOYZ!

3

The Schuyler Sisters

4

Miss Alice

5

Hassou Tobi

 

ZSS is not top 10

7

Long Live Play PH2

 

Super Marin Bros.

Persona 4 Arena

Champion

LKR

2

PBE | NightRAId

3

TeamReki | Lard

4

CG | Champo

5

PBE.Dr.Patrick

 

Reki

7

edgelorgodarrange

 

RIEL

Asked how he feels about PlayBook Elite members bagging some of the tournaments’ top spots, Brojan said, “Our goal is really to win the whole thing from the start. I’m very proud of the boys. They trained hard – playing everyday, watching videos of match ups, and it worked and now they’re champions.”

We will continue to compete locally and internationally. We have some big lineups for PlayBook Circuit Makati, tournaments for next year. There’s a few other tournaments on November and December. By now we’re already planning our 2017 calendar. Hopefully we win again in more tournaments,” he added. – Rappler.com

Don Kevin Hapal

Don Kevin Hapal is Rappler’s Head of Data and Innovation. He started at Rappler as a digital communications specialist, then went on to lead Rappler’s Balikbayan section for overseas Filipinos. He was introduced to data journalism while writing and researching about social media, disinformation, and propaganda.