It features the TEKKEN World Tour Master event, Esports World Cup 2024 qualifiers, and other global league tournaments.

It’s not a secret that every region of competitive fighting games has its own unique spirit. In an interview with, the Street Fighter 6 player Big Bird describes the NA style as a mix between offense and safe play, the Japanese one as reserved, and South American as heavily offensive. But, what about the European players?

As Big Bird himself is from the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa), he did not categorize it. This means we have a chance to find out on our own, with The MIXUP 2024 being a perfect opportunity for this.

The stakes are high, and local competitors should overcome mighty global celebrities. Everything to know about The MIXUP 2024 is here: the schedule, the info on big games and global leagues, a list of top players to watch out for, and results.

The MIXUP 2024 results

Check out the results of The MIXUP 2024 in this section.

Dragon Ball FighterZ

Unlike many other DBFZ players, Yasha did not change his Fusion team (which is actually commonly named Yasha’s team). With Blue Gogeta/Vegito/Android 17, Yasha defeated Jila in the winners semi-final and then won over WADE twice. After this victory, Yasha has the same number of DBFZ World Tour 2024 standing points as INZEM, the winner of CEO 2024. It would be interesting to see these guys playing at Evo 2024!

DBFZ top 8 brackets at The MIXUP 2024 (image via
DBFZ top 8 brackets at The MIXUP 2024 (image via
DBFZ World Tour points earned
1Solary | Yasha400
2IziDream | WADE350
5-6DreamerZ | Noka100

Street Fighter 6

AngryBird had an amazing run at this tournament! His seemingly most difficult match was vs Leshar in the winners final, as the opponent effectively used mid-range attacks. In the grand final, AngryBird defeated NoahTheProdigy — and both these players qualified for the Street Fighter 6 Esports World Cup 2024.

Street Fighter 6 top 8 brackets at The MIXUP 2024 (image via
Street Fighter 6 top 8 brackets at The MIXUP 2024 (image via
Street Fighter 6 character
1NASR | AngryBirdKen
2Twisted Minds | NoahTheProdigyLuke
3DRX | LesharEd
4NASR | Big BirdRashid
5-6Team Vitality | ValmasterChun-Li
5-6Karmine Corp | KilzyouCammy, Juri
7-8MOUZ | EndingWalkerEd
7-8MOUZ | Problem XBlanka, M.Bison

Guilty Gear Stive

Tiger_Pop played two characters throughout this tournament: a relatively new A.B.A and the player’s traditional main. Happy Chaos. After defeating Soap Eater in the semi-final (Johnny), Tiger_Pop faced another Happy Chaos player, Daseinologist: in the winners final and the grand final. Both times, Tiger_Pop won with 3:1.

GGST top 8 brackets at The MIXUP 2024 (image via
GGST top 8 brackets at The MIXUP 2024 (image via
GGST character
AWT points earned
1ONi Global | Tiger_PopHappy Chaos, A.B.A100
2New Head FGC | DaseinologistHappy Chaos45
3NSxC | NeosLeo20
4Soap EaterJohnny12
5-6ThatWaveSol Badguy8
7-8Xorn the GenkiGoldlewis6


double is the TEKKEN 8 winner at The Mixup 2024. The Japanese player lost only one match, the grand final vs JeonDDing — but double was on the winners side, so he got himself together and won the grand final reset and the whole tournament.

double and Bilal qualified for the T8 EWC 2024.

Top 8 brackets at The MIXUP 2024 TEKKEN 8 (image via
Top 8 brackets at The MIXUP 2024 TEKKEN 8 (image via
TEKKEN 8 character
TWT points earned
1ZETA DIVISION | doubleLaw, Shaheen560
2Team Vitality | JeonDDingEddy, Reina400
3DRX | LowHighDragunov, Shaheen, Steve300
4Ninjas in Pyjamas | BilalBryan220
5-6Dream Makers | Oracle_99Shaheen, Claudio180
5-6Talon Esports | BookJin180
7-8mYinsanity | KiraKiraJun, Alisa150
7-8Regal Zaibatsu | KaneandtrenchYoshimitsu150

Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising

Space played the newest GBVSR character at The MIXUP 2024 tournament, Beatrix — and succeeded with her. The main opponent was Socky with Nier, a character that reached the top at CEO 2024. Socky even reset the bracket in the grand final, but then Space recovered and won the decisive match.

GBVS Rising top 8 brackets at The MIXUP 2024 (image via
GBVS Rising top 8 brackets at The MIXUP 2024 (image via
GBVSR character
AWT points earned
5-6Sonic-sanSiegfried, Gran8
5-6Team Oplon | SkyllSiegfried8
7-8Zato Blockers International | GideonTGNier6

The MIXUP 2024: Schedule and streams

There will be quite a few games at The MIXUP 2024, from the biggest to classic. The full schedule is on the official page. In the table below, we highlight the final top 8 parts of the most interesting fighting esports tournaments.

Date and local start time (CEST)
NA start time (PT and ET)
Stream on Twitch
Dragon Ball FighterZSaturday, July 13, 7:30 p.m.10:30 a.m. PT / 1:30 p.m. ETzDamascus
Street Fighter 6Saturday, July 13, 7:30 p.m.10:30 a.m. PT / 1:30 p.m. ETReversal
Guilty Gear StriveSunday, July 14, 1:30 p.m.4:30 a.m. PT / 7:30 a.m. ETReversal
TEKKEN 8Sunday, July 14, 7:30 p.m.10:30 a.m. PT / 1:30 p.m. ETTEKKEN
Granblue Fantasy Versus: RisingSunday, July 14, 8:30 p.m.11:30 a.m. PT / 2:30 p.m. ETReversal

Big games and global leagues at The MIXUP 2024

The fighting esports event features a few global league qualifiers. These games are worthy of special attention from the community.

TEKKEN 8: The TWT 2024 Master event the EWC 2024 qualifier

The TEKKEN competitive community is in the middle of the world tour, with quite a few top-level Master events being over. Korean players are very strong in TEKKEN 8, such guys as Mulgold, ULSAN, and LowHigh are a threat at every tournament. Also, the Pakistani TEKKEN school is powerful again: ATIF won CEO 2024.

The MIXUP 2024 sure attracts the biggest international competitors, but it’s also a chance for talented European players to earn many TWT points.

In addition to this, two top placements at The MIXUP 2024 TEKKEN 8 tournament give invites to the Esports World Cup 2024. If the top 2 players have already qualified for TEKKEN 8 EWC 2024, the spots go to lower placements.

Street Fighter 6: The Esports World Cup 2024 qualifier

The official league for Street Fighter 6, the Capcom Pro Tour 2024, starts at Evo 2024. Still, the players have something to fight for at The MIXUP — two qualifying spots at the SF6 EWC 2024 tournament.

It’s one of the last chances to reach the Esports World Cup, and naturally, many top-level competitors from all over the world will use it.

Guilty Gear Strive and GBVS Rising: The Arc World Tour 2024 Gold event

Two Arc System Works games have AWT 2024 qualifiers at The MIXUP 2024. Their level is not the highest, though — it’s about fighting for the points, not for the direct invite to the Global Finals event. And it may be a good thing, as more competitors may have a moment to shine while the biggest GGST and GBVSR titans may decide to skip the event (especially with Evo 2024 coming next weekend).

The fights are still interesting to watch! Can the newest characters, Slayer and Beatrix, reach the top 8 brackets?

Dragon Ball FighterZ: The DBFZ World Tour 2024 Power event

It’s only the second event of the current world tour. Dragon Ball FighterZ gets a balance update after Evo 2024, so it’s an opportunity to witness competition with the current build.

Before The MIXUP 2024 DBFZ, INZEM is the general standings leader, thanks to his victory at CEO 2024. Still, France traditionally is one of the strongest regions for the game — even after Wawa retired. We can expect the best French players to compete again for the precious world tour points.

Top players to watch out for

The world of esports is so unpredictable! Anything can happen at The MIXUP 2024 tournaments. And still, it’s interesting to highlight some of the registered attendees — to follow them during the event and enjoy some of the best matches in various games.

  • TEKKEN 8: JDCR, LowHigh, Knee, Shadow 20z, JoKa, Super Akouma, Danielmado, Sephiblack, Ghirlanda
  • Street Fighter 6: AngryBird, Big Bird, Problem X, Mister Crimson, Takamura, Kusanagi, 
  • Guilty Gear Strive: Tiger_Pop, Skyll
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ: Kayne, Yasha, WADE, Noka, Jila

The biggest fighting esports event of the year is right around the corner. Evo 2024 happens between July 19 and 21. Stick around on for everything about it and other tournaments.