Online Tournaments

Welcome to Level Up Online Tournaments Page!

Road to SCR


An online qualifier for SoCal Regionals 2016!

The winner receives a flight to SoCal Regionals 2016 + a custom smashgg hoodie!

Road to SCR Prizes:

1st in Circuit Points = Flight to SoCal Regionals 2016 + a custom smashgg hoodie!

All of Top 4 = A discounted venue fee for SoCal Regionals 2016 + a smashgg hoodie!


Tournament begins at 6:00 PM PDT / 9:00 PM EDT September 8, 2016.

Make sure you go to your “Dashboard” to play your matches, beginning at the scheduled start time.


Is this an online Street Fighter V tournament?

Yes, this is an online tournament for Street Fighter V. You will be using the online network for SFV. You will set up your lobby to play with the available smashgg chat, and then self report results via the online system. For more information, see the question below.

How do online tournaments work on smashgg?

We have a helpful guide on how this works by following this link to the smashgg help center.

Is there a minimum age requirement?

You must be 16 years of age or older.

What regions may participate?

Only USA and Canada may participate in this online event.

What is the minimum internet speed I should have for this event?

The minimum recommended upload speed is 2Mbps upload & 5Mbps download. Use the to figure our your internet connection speed.

Where can I find more information about SoCal Regionals?

Please visit the SoCal Regionals smashgg page to view more information and register for the event.


Proving Grounds Online – August, September, October


Red Bull Proving Grounds are monthly tournaments looking to crown top Street Fighter V players across North America, and we are excited to offer the first online iteration! Winners of the online tournaments will automatically win an all expense paid trip and entry into Red Bull Battle Grounds.

Dates: August 29-30, September 26-27, and October 24-25

Proving Grounds Registration:

Battle Grounds Registration:

Visit the official Red Bull Proving Grounds website for news and updates:



Capcom Pro Tour Online 2016

Capcom and Level Up are teaming up to bring the world’s greatest Street Fighters together with the Capcom Pro Tour Online Ranking Events! Street Fighter competitors will battle online for a chance to fight at Regional Final events worldwide. North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia will have 2 online events and only 1 winner per event will earn the Regional Finals seat. Regional finalists will compete for the coveted Capcom Cup finals seat at the end of the tour this December.


Capcom Pro Tour Online Ranking Events begin this July 31 in North America and the final stop is October 22 in Asia. Top 16 finalists will be streamed on the Capcom Fighters Twitch channel at 4PM from their respective regions. Now is your chance to show the world you can compete with the best Street Fighters in the Capcom Pro Tour. Are you ready to fight, warrior?


For eligibility, registration, rules & regulations, please read the following:



A Player must have a minimum of 5Mbps upload speed.

A Player must have a Challonge account at .

A Player must reside where PSN and Steam is available.

A Player must have a PSN or Steam account.

Only one PSN or Steam account per Player is allowed to compete in the tournament.

256 Players (per each Online Event) is the maximum capacity allowed to compete.

Wireless (WiFi) connections are prohibited.

Use of macros, turbos, or any peripheral which tampers with standard game functionality is prohibited.


Eligible Regions & Event Dates

  • North America – July 31 & October 8 at 10AM Pacific Standard Time (PST)

    • United States & Canada

  • Latin America – August 6 & September 10 at 10AM Brasilia Time (BRT)

    • Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Panama, Uruguay

  • Europe – August 13 & August 27 at 10AM British Summer Time (BST)

    • Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom

  • Asia 1 – August 27 at 10AM Singapore Standard Time (SST)

    • Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam

  • Asia 2 – October 22 at 10AM Japan Standard Time (JST)

    • Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea

Capcom Fighters Stream

Top 16 finalists will be showcased on Capcom Fighters Twitch at 4PM on from their respective regions


Match Rules

Double elimination

99 seconds

Best 2 out of 3 rounds

Best 2 out of 3 games for pool group play

Best 3 out of 5 games for winner’s finals, loser’s finals, and grand finals

Winner must keep the same character and loser can switch to any character


Connectivity Rules

If players cannot connect to each other, the following rules applies:

1. The Player with the least amount of games lost automatically moves forward. In case of a tie, rule 2 will be implemented.

2. Both players are sent to loser’s bracket if they cannot connect to each other and are tied in least amount of games lost.



If there is any dispute arising from an Online Event, Players must submit a screenshot or share video footage to Level Up LLC, the administrator of Online Events (“Administrator”) for review.

Administrators will resolve disputes on a case by case basis.



No shows and or late arrivals will be sent to loser’s bracket and eventually disqualified if the issue persists.

Players are subject to disqualification in case of foul play or any hindrance to the tournament at Administrator’s discretion.



Registration will open approximately 1 week before each Capcom Pro Tour Online event and can be found on Level Up’s Challonge home page at


Online Tournament Process

Learn how to sign up, communicate, and troubleshoot online tournaments by utilizing Level Up’s Online Tournament Process Guide at


About the Author

Jimmy Nguyen is the Chief Operations/Financial Officer and Co-Founder of Level Up, LLC. A long time gamer, tech guru, former competitive player, and tournament organizer, he is deeply rooted in business development, ethics and best practices, building and improving Level Up Productions, and handles both company and event logistics.