Capcom Pro Tour Online 2017

Capcom Pro Tour Online 2017

Level Up is teaming up with Capcom to produce the Capcom Pro Tour Online 2017 Ranking events starting this April 29!  After reviewing feedback from last year’s online tour, we have made massive adjustments to ensure the best possible online experience. Capcom has expanded the tour to 16 events which are now within reasonable proximity range to your local regions. We are also excited to run the entire tour without tournament caps on SmashGG which is our platform of choice and commonly used at major events. Players will be able to register, communicate, report their matches, and see their ranking points on the Capcom Pro Tour Online SmashGG landing page at their convenience.

To register for your local online event, visit the official CPTO2017 landing page at

For dates on future events, rules and eligibility, please see the details below:


Online Tournament Process

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



  • Must have a PlayStation Network or Steam account
  • Must be 13 years of age or older
  • Must reside in the corresponding region per event
  • Must have a minimum of 3Mbps upload speed. Use to verify your connection speed
  • Cannot enter with multiple Steam or PlayStation Network Accounts
  • Use of macros, turbos, or any peripheral (sticks, pad, keyboards, etc) which tampers with standard game functionality is prohibited




North America: 10AM Pacific Standard Time
Event 1: May 13
Event 2: June 10
Event 3: August 5
Event 4: August 26


Asia: 10AM Singapore Standard Time / 10AM Japan Standard Time*
Event 1: April 29
Event 2: June 24*
Event 3: August 19
Event 4: September 2*


Latin America: 10AM Brasilia Time
Event 1: May 13
Event 2: May 20
Event 3: July 1
Event 4: July 8


Europe: 10AM British Summer Time
Event 1: June 3
Event 2: June 10
Event 3: July 8
Event 4: July 22

  • Pools start at 10AM and Top 8 finalists will be streamed on at 4PM from their respective regions
  • Top 8 will be best 3 out of 5 games




North America (Region 1): Events 1 and 3
Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Oregon, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma,British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut


North America (Region 2): Events 2 and 4

Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin
Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador


Latin America (Region 1): Events 1 and 3
Mexico, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala,  Republic of Panama, Puerto Rico

Latin America (Region 2): Events 2 and 4
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Venezuela, Peru, Uruguay


Europe (Region 1): Events 1 and 3
Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Netherlands, Denmark, Belgium, United Kingdom, Slovenia, Ireland, Germany, Australia, Spain, Portugal, Luxembourg, France, Italy

Europe (Region 2): Events 2 and 4
Latvia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Romania, Lithuania, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Greece


Asia (Region 1): Events 1 and 3
Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam

Asia (Region 2): Events 2 and 4
Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea




Match Rules


The full Capcom Pro Tour 2017 ruleset can be found here:


  • 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 top 8 finals
  • Winner must keep the same character and loser can switch to any character
  • Kanzuki Beach and Skies of Honor stages are banned


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.

About Alex Valle

Alex Valle is a key figure in the fighting game community and has been a top player since 1995. With both player and community experience, he provides the cohesion element that is needed to bring existing communities together and form new ones.