Tekken 7 pros head to London for Red Bull Golden Letters
Red Bull Golden Letters, a Tekken 7 tournament with a unique pro vs. open bracket format, returns in March.
Ever fancied your Tekken 7 skills to be good enough to go pro? Well, why not put it to the test in London this March as the Red Bull Golden Letters event pits pros against an open bracket?
From March 4 to March 5, Red Bull Golden Letters will take over the Red Bull Gaming Sphere, offering the UK Tekken community the opportunity to take on the world’s top talent in an intense format that rewards perfect plays and clutch moments. But what’s more, this uniquely formatted event puts a twist on Tekken 7’s win mechanic by rewarding "PERFECT" and "GREAT" scores as competitors race to win in a first-to-three format.
Saturday kicks things off with an expanded 128-person open qualifiers. Then, once they’ve beaten the bracket, they’ll head to the finals and face some of the Tekken 7's best pro-players — players such as Hoa “Anakin” Luu, Tekken legends Hyunjin “JDCR” Kim and Jae-Min “Knee” Bae, and last year’s Golden Letters winner Richie’ AyoRichie’ Olusanya.
Hosted by UK FGC commentator Hassan “Spag” Farooq and special guests Steven “Tasty Steve” Scott, Rasheed “Bubsy” Jenkins, and Kobi “K-Wiss” Scarlett, this is set to be one special event.
How to sign up and play in Red Bull Golden Letters
Tekken 7 Red Bull Golden Letters details (Image via Red Bull)
Think you’ve got what it takes? Are you going to be in London on March 4? Then head to the official website and sign up. Registration is open to all UK Tekken 7 and FGC community members. Entry to the Open Qualifier costs £20, and is limited to 18+ only. Once paid, you will be manually added to the smash.gg page. Spots are limited, so sign up quickly! The full event schedule can be found here.
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