Zoned Out #1 Results

Zoned Out #1 Results

Find out who held it down and who got knocked out.

The latest Local Battles monthly event, Zoned Out (previously Salty Battles #2) was a great success drawing numbers throughout the Tri-State area. Among the familiar names included players from Empire Arcadia, Team Spooky, Bifuteki and BrokenTier. Commentary was primarily conducted by the House of Crack's Bum163 along with Chris G, among other guests throughout the evening.

Below is the top 8 results, stream archive link is available here:

Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition ver. 2012

1st – (VXG) Sanford "Santhrax" Kelly (Empire)
2nd – (FNEX) KBrad
3rd – Rico Suave
4th – (KPB) Jeron "Hiro" Grayson (Empire)
5th – (BT) Marlin Pie
5th – (BIFU) Insaynne
7th – (BT) Dieminion
7th – Kreymore (Empire)

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3

1st – PZ Poy
2nd – (BIFU) Insaynne
3rd – (BT) Marlinepie
4th – Jrosa
5th – (RTB) Nelsonasdf
5th – (TS) Fooblat
7th – (HOC) BUM
7th – Jimmy P

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