EGX 2017 Results

EGX 2017, held in Birmingham, England from September 22nd through 24th, is over and UK's Mousesports|Problem X has taken 1st place! This is Problem X's first Premier Event win of 2017, but he has won three Ranking Events so far this season! Japan's Gachikun takes 2nd place and adds to his already impressive CPT point total. Belgium's Takamura_B took 3rd place. Now let's take a look at the full EGX 2017 results for top 64!

If you missed any of the action, be sure to visit our videos page, where we will have a playlist for matches from EGX 2017!

EGX 2017 Results: Top 64

Placing Handle Characters Points
1st Mousesports|Problem X M.Bison 400
2nd Gachikun Rashid 250
3rd Epsilon|Takamura_B Ken 200
4th ECV|Hiruko Ibuki 160
5th GRPT|MOV Chun-Li 130
5th Infused|GunSlinga Balrog 130
7th NASR|Big Bird Ken 100
7th PandaTV|Jiewa Akuma 100
9th Mago Karin 70
9th Infused|Shakz Laura/Cammy/Nash 70
9th MD|MisterCrimson Dhalsim/Balrog 70
9th Endpoint|Broski Dhalsim/Abigail 70
13th Prophecy|Shivryuken Laura 40
13th Endpoint|Jester Power Vega 40
13th Prophecy|Akainu Guile 40
13th Epsilon|Nightcross Dhalsim 40
17th EnVyUS|Nassim-Claw Vega 20
17th Reason|Incognitus Rashid 20
17th CO|Go1 Menat/Ibuki 20
17th exceL|Brian Rashid/Menat 20
17th EnVyUS|Layo Laura 20
17th ED|Zain Urien 20
17th Method RB|Luffy R.Mika 20
17th Infused|ImStillDaDaddy Guile 20
25th Ponos|Moke Rashid 10
25th Kymprecision Birdie 10
25th Method|Packz Karin 10
25th Endpoint|Jones Arcade Ken 10
25th LaDose|AkramVVVV Laura 10
25th Epsilon|Brick Zangief 10
25th Ian McTetly Vega 10
25th Method|Quiggy Zangief 10
33rd Reason|Vegedow Vega 5
33rd Epsilon|Keftaroz Rashid 5
33rd Prophecy|KurtJC M.Bison 5
33rd Endpoint|GinoDaCampo Laura 5
33rd SuperStar Alfie Ed 5
33rd Millenium|Will2Pac Laura 5
33rd Isam Karin/Nash 5
33rd Narikun Ibuki 5
33rd EnVyUS|TKR Abigail/Chun-Li 5
33rd exceL|Brickterium Urien 5
33rd Prophecy|RMZ Necalli 5
33rd Gamachan Balrog 5
33rd Thrice Bang'em Ryu 5
33rd Infused|Afii Laura 5
33rd Endpoint|GibbyGreatness R.MIka 5
33rd EnVyUS|Confz Akuma 5
49th IND|Shady Necalli 1
49th BSC|MetalQueerSolid F.A.N.G. 1
49th Ryan Hart (Prodigal Son) Urien 1
49th exceL|Hurricane Cammy 1
49th Froztey Juri 1
49th Pokey86 R.Mika 1
49th Emex Rashid 1
49th Synyster Ken 1
49th VDV|Amerramon Guile 1
49th ED|Jinty Ken 1
49th TheMrBen Laura 1
49th Heapski Nash 1
49th Liger Ed 1
49th AfroSaiyan Necalli 1
49th AS1|Ladnopoka Urien 1
49th BTN|Kubisa Laura 1

EGX 2017 Highlights

The 2017 Capcom Pro Tour season is nearing its conclusion and the race for CPT points is on! EGX 2017 is the final Premier Event for CPT Europe and next week is the EU Regional Finals at Milan Games Week. With the end of the season so close, there is the inevitable scramble by some players in the running for Capcom Cup 2017 to get enough points to either get into a position to earn a spot or to shore up a position more securely.

Europe did a good job of defending its home turf with only three players in the top 8 being from Asia. Two of the top 3 placements were held by Europeans, with UK’s Mousesports|Problem X taking 1st place, Japan’s Gachikun taking 2nd place and Belgium’s Epsilon|Takamura_B taking 3rd place.

Mousesports|Problem X earned his first Premier Event win of the season here at EGX 2017. He’s been on a roll lately, earning his third Ranking Event win of the season last week. With Capcom Cup so close, this is a great time to have a hot streak. His incredible M.Bison play knocked out opponent after opponent and he won Grand Finals in Winners Bracket, undefeated for the event.

Gachikun’s Rashid, once again, seemed unstoppable for virtually the entire event. Only Problem X was able to come out on top against Gachikun’s withering offense, defeating him in a close match in Winners semi-Finals and once again at Grand Finals.

This event’s big surprise was ECV|Hiruko from the Netherlands. Prior to EGX he earned just 11 CPT points all year having taken part in several events but at this event he hit a whole new level. He got into top 16 in the winners bracket and eliminated Japan’s Mago before losing to Epsilon|Takamura_B. He would finally be eliminated by Infused|GunSlinga in Top 8. He ended the event at 4th place and certainly raised his profile among fans and his fellow players.

There were many more great storylines that took place at EGX 2017 and a lot of incredible matches. Here we will showcase just a few of the highlight events from the event.

Mousesports|Problem X vs PandaTV|Jiewa in Top 16

China’s PandaTV|Jiewa certainly gave Problem X a run for his money in top 16. Jiewa’s Akuma would make good use of neutral and back jumps to catch some of Problem X’s attacks. Both players put up persistent offense and this was a nail-biter to the very end.

Mago vs ECV|Hiruko in top 16

ECV|Hiruko had a breakout performance at EGX 2017 and this match against Japanese veteran Mago is a perfect example. This match had a lot of back and forth momentum swings but Hiruko would get the win and eliminate Mago fairly decisively.

Gachikun vs Mousesports|Problem X in Top 8 Winners Semi-Finals

Problem X would take an early 2-0 lead but Gachikun would fight his way back to tie it up 2-2. It all came down to the final round in this great match but Problem X would get the win and send Gachikun to the Losers bracket.

Infused|GunSlinga vs PandaTV|Jiewa in Losers Top 8

The kinetic energy in this match was off the charts as both players virtually threw defense to the wind and went on relentless offense. GunSlinga used Balrog’s Turnaround Punch (TAP) to inflict ridiculous damage on Jiewa’s low-health Akuma while Jiewa’s offense bordered on reckless. This was a thrilling match with GunSlinga coming out on top.

Gachikun vs Epsilon|Takamura_B in Losers Finals

We realize that we’re featuring a lot of Gachikun matches in this highlights post but he’s just so exciting to watch. Match him up against Belgium’s Takamura_B, who has turned out to be one of the best Ken players of the 2017 season, and we knew we were in for a fun match.

Mousesports|Problem X vs Gachikun in Grand Finals
In Grand Finals Problem X took another early lead, going up 2-0 in the first two games. Just like their previous encounter in Winners Semi-Finals, the momentum would swing toward the other player and Gachikun would fight very hard to win the next two to tie it up at 2-2. Gachikun would win the first round of the 3rd game and be within one round of resetting the bracket but it was not to be. Problem X turned on the offense, sometimes using crossover teleports to open up Gachikun’s defense. Problem X would win the next two very close rounds to bring home the 1st place victory in thrilling fashion.