The KOF Challenge II Featuring ET, ZeroBlack, Dante, Rolando, Misterio & more

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THE KOF CHALLENGE II is here, this time around we have many international high level players, among them E.T. from Taiwan, Zero Black and Misterio from Chile, Rolando from Colombia, Dante from Perú and many more may still confirm.

This tournament was created so that both Mexican and International players have the chance to compete amongst each other before Evo. It is a huge opportunity since many of the high level Mexican players cannot travel to Evo, this makes THE KOF CHALLENGE II a great spot for local and international communities to meet, share techniques, learn, train, compete and enjoy a good time with each other.

The event will take place on Saturday July 5th (weekend before Evo) in Downtown Tijuana (about 10 minutes from the Tijuana-San Ysidro international border)

If you are near the SoCal area you guys should really try to stop by.

Entry Fee $50 Pesos (4 dlls) Tournament Cost: $ 100 pesos (8dlls). Registration from 2 to 5pm and the  Tournament starts at 6pm. If you want to enter as a spectator the fee is $25 pesos 2(dlls)

Prizes: Money collected from Tournament cost will be divided 50, 30 and 20% + Madcatz stuff 

The event will be streamed in TeamLago’s Twtich Channel: http://www.twitch.tv/teamlago

Here is last years grand final set:

The list of confirmed and possible players is:

El Rosa, Pekas, Koopa, Khanibalito, Huevo, Juan – Mexico
Misterio, Zero Black – Chile
Dante – Peru
Rolando – Colombia
E.T. – Taiwan
The Answer – Bakersfield
Luis Cha, Real Kim – Los Angeles

There are many more players that will be added as they confirm, there will also be many local players.

Many thanks to MCZ LDA Romance from Team Chaos, TeamLago, The Answer, all international players who will make it, and Mad Catz for sponsoring and making this tournament possible.

Source: TeamLago

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