SoCal Regionals 2018 (#SCR2018) will be part of the #DBFZ World Tour as a Dragon Radar Event!
Last weekend, Bandai Namco announced that Dragon Radar Events would be included in the Dragonball FighterZ World Tour. These events basically serve as an instant qualifier for any Saga Event chosen by the one who wins Dragonball FighterZ at any Radar Event.
Canada Cup 2018 revealed themselves as the first of many Dragon Radar Events to come, and just last night, SoCal Regionals 2018, which is brought to you by LevelUp Productions, announced their affiliation with the World Tour as the next Radar Event!
SoCal Regionals 2018 will take place at the Ontario Convention Center in California on September 14-16, 2018. The venue will feature over 28,000 square feet of space to accommodate a stacked lineup and an increasing number of players attending SCR every year.
Along with Dragonball FighterZ, the following games will be featured at SCR 2018:
- Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition (PS4) - Capcom Pro Tour
- Tekken 7 (PS4) - Tekken World Tour
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 (PS4) - Street Fighter 30th Anniversary
- Injustice 2 (PS4) - Injustice 2 Pro Series
- Super Smash Bros. (Wii U)
- Melee (Gamecube)
- Super Street Fighter II Turbo (Arcade)
- Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator 2 (PS4)
- Blazblue Tag Cross Battle (PS4)
- Blazblue Central Fiction (PS4)
- Under Night In Birth Late [st] (PS4)
- Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite (PS4)
- Pokken Tournament DX (Switch)
- ARMS (Switch)
- Splatoon 2 (Switch)
As Southern California's premier FGC event, SoCal Regionals is proudly affiliated with a stacked number of pro tours, including the Tekken World Tour, Capcom Pro Tour, Injustice 2 Pro Series, and so on. Players will fight not just for bragging rights and prize pools, but also taking the next step in further testing their skill levels in a setting like none other.
If you have yet to register for SCR, we encourage you to head over to smash.gg/socal-regionals-2018 to do just that!
The goal of the DBFZ World Tour is the collection of the seven Dragon Balls, with each one up for grabs at a Saga Event (up to seven such events are available). Any player who holds a Dragon Ball is automatically locked in for the DBFZ World Tour Finals which will take place on January 2019. Along with the Dragon Balls, each Saga Event will feature a $5,000 prize pool, whereas the World Tour Finals will have five times that amount at stake.
The first of the Dragon Balls was claimed by GGP Kazunoko, who was recently crowned the DBFZ Champion at CEO 2018, the first of the seven Saga Events in the World Tour. The second Dragon Ball awaits its owner at VS Fighting 2018, which will be held in the United Kingdom this weekend!
To learn more about the DBFZ World Tour, visit www.dbfzworldtour.com.
As for Dragonball FighterZ, you can grab it right now for the PS4, Xbox One or PC via any of the links included below. The game will also make its way to the Nintendo Switch later this year, on September 28th.
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