-11 wins from the qualifiers to the finals
-Korean player wins for 4 years since 2018
-Chanel tied for 13th in Chanel, and finished the tournament with 9th place in Inpested
Bae Jae-min (knee), a Korean DRX Tekken team, won the championship at the EVO 2022 of the Global Fighting Game Tournament held in three years due to the Corona virus.
It is only four years since 2018 that Korean athletes won the festival of fighting games, which were held in Las Vegas for three days from the 5th to the 7th of the local time, with 1,218 Tekken users around the world.
EVO 2022, which was participated by Tekken in Korea, Japan, the United States, Europe, and Pakistan, is the first global fighting game offline competition held after the co-acquisition of Sony and venture firm RTS in the aftermath of the Corona Virus last year.
It is a total of 5,045 participants to register for nine fighting game champions that have been held for a long time.
‘Knee’ Bae Jae-min, who has advanced to the quarter-finals by tradition, went straight to the Grand Final by defeating ‘Khan’ players of ‘Mabi’ Oh Dae-il of Guangdong Prix and FATE’s Pakistanian nationality.
Meanwhile, in Posa-jo, another Pakistan’s strongest player ‘Aslan Ash’ defeated CNJ ‘Jeon Sang-hyun’ Jeon Sang-hyun, but the Grand Final match was defeated by ‘Khan’ player who was defeated by ‘knee’ player. Knee’s’ Bae Jae-min’s Lee Match was completed.
‘Knee’ Bae Jae-min, who used Fengway as the main character in this tournament, became the main character of the EVO 2022 championship trophy, who had been hoping for ‘Khan’ three-to-one with a knife-like timing and a brilliant psychological warfare.
Bae Jae-min, a knee who won 11 games from the qualifiers to the finals, won a $ 7,215 prize with 550 TWT points and injuries.
In addition, ‘Chanel’ Kang Sung-ho, a teammate of the DRX team who participated, finished the tournament with tied for 13th place, and ‘Infested’ Park Byung-ho tied for 9th place.
‘Knee’ Bae Jae-min said, It is so hard that I won the championship that I had been so hoped for in the international competition after a long time in the aftermath of the corona virus.
‘Knee’ Bae Jae-min played a unique performance in the ATL (African TV Tekken League) after the offline world competition, and proved the strongest in Korea. He has achieved the feat of winning five consecutive championships, including ranking first.
Subsequently, even through the EVO 2022, even the title of the world’s tekken, which no one can doubt, has taken the record of the recent six consecutive championships, and is close to the record of winning 100 times with 96 unofficial wins.
Meanwhile, it was a competition to confirm that there were not much interest in fighting games esports, with more than 150,000 concurrent viewers of EVO 2022 sent through online broadcasting platforms such as African TV and Twitch.