Capcom Cup 2019 is right around the corner and will cap off one of the most competitive seasons of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition ever. With so much to look forward to in the championship weekend, we’re excited to welcome our sponsors for Capcom Cup 2019!
Ever noticed Pocky look really similar to Street Fighter health gauges? Pocky joins Capcom Cup with its own special exhibition and will be on-hand at the event. In the meantime, Pocky has issued a challenge to see if you can score a Pocky K.O. Check out their site for more information and to submit your screenshot!
HORI comes to Capcom Cup 2019 with a new line of Street Fighter fight sticks for Nintendo Switch and PC. The Real Arcade Pro features a Classic, Ryu, and Chun-Li Edition, while the Street Fighter Fighting Stick Mini features a Ryu & Ken or Chun-Li and Cammy design. Join Hori at Capcom Cup to get your first look at these new fight sticks.
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Capcom Cup 2019
Thirty-two of the top Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition players in the world gather to compete for the Capcom Cup and a $250,000 prize pool, taking place December 13-15. The Street Fighter League Global Championships will also take place that weekend.
Catch all the action live on Twitch.tv/CapcomFighters