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Flash Vision Announces Offline Malaysian Fighting Game Tournament For 2021

So far, it’s looking pretty safe to host offline events, which is what tournament organizers & fighting game group Flash Vision are doing.

To celebrate the upcoming Ramadan festivities, Flash Vision will be hosting a Malaysia FV Cup 2021 Ramadan Edition for the Malaysian fighting game community. Here are the details:

Date: 1st May
Venue: Epicenter, Jalan LGSB 1/4, Sungai Buloh.
Time: 12pm until 9pm
Prize Pool: RM2,000, with the first prize being RM250.

Games:

  • Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition
  • Tekken 7
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ
  • The King of Fighters XIV

Registration fee: RM30 (includes buffet & lucky draw)
Registration link: https://forms.gle/Zpjatt2JVwj5g4oQ6
Sponsors list: Flash Vision, Kitamen, Epicenter, Galax Malaysia, OCPC, Orico, AndaSeat.

Due to MCO restrictions in Malaysia, the tournament will be restricting the number of total players to 64 pax.

 

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