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Canada’s Biggest Fighting Game Event is Back!

For the second year in a row, Canada Cup will be taking place in Toronto, ON, and bringing the biggest spectacle in Canadian Fighting Games. Join us October 28th – 30th, as the best of the best venture to the true north to compete.

Once again, we’re honored to be the last Premiere Event in the 2016 Capcom Pro Tour. The winner of Street Fighter V will immediately earn themselves a place in the 2016 Capcom Cup. Please visit CapcomProTour.com for rules and details.

But, we’re not JUST a Street Fighter tournament. Canada Cup 2016, in partnership with Namco Bandai will also play host to a free to enter Tekken 7 tournament, with a $3000 USD prize pot courtesy of Namco Bandai. This Tekken 7 tournament is also part of the King of Iron Fist Tournament 2016 – North American TEKKEN TOUR (winner of this event will qualify for the NA finals later this November). Canada Cup 2016 is also an official qualifier for the King of Fighters XIV World Championship! The winner will be flown to the World Championship courtesy of Atlus and SNK Playmore! This along with another 13 games will be featured at Canada Cup 2016.

Currently Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator has a bonus prize pot of $500 CDN, Smash Bros. Wii U has a bonus pot of $1500 CDN, and Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo has a bonus pot of $500 CDN.

We are happy to partner with Matcherino to crowd fund the Smash Bros. Melee prize pot!
CLICK HERE TO DONATE

This year, we will also be using Matcherino to fund the prize pool for the Street Fighter V, International 5v5.
CLICK HERE TO DONATE

For badge pickup, please bring proof of purchase
e-mails from Paypal / Smash.gg and Government Issued ID

Weekend Prices at the door are as follows:

  • Player Pass $70 (Teams and SFV Deathpool ONLY)
  • Spectator Weekend Pass $60
  • Spectator Day Pass $25

Canada Cup 2016 is a Capcom Pro Tour Premiere Event

What does that mean? That means that right out of the gate, Street Fighter V will boast an impressive $15,000(USD) prize pot. It also means the winner of Street Fighter V will earn themselves an automatics spot in this year’s Capcom Cup.

Full details on Capcom Pro Tour rules and standings can be found at CapcomProTour.com

BRACKETS

We are pleased to offer only brackets for players to check in on:

STREET FIGHTER V BRACKETS  – Hosted by FloKO

ALL OTHER BRACKETS – Hosted by Smash.gg

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This year, Canada Cup will be sporting 5 streams over the course of the weekend!

  • CapcomFighters: Street Fighter V Capcom Pro Tour
  • CanadaCup powered by RXS
  • CanadaCup2 powered by AffinityPlayGG
  • CanadaCup3 powered by LogicGateStudio
  • CanadaCup4 powered by Bifuteki

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