SEGA Cup Virtua Fighter Tournament 2014

SEGA Cup Virtua Fighter Tournament 2014

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In 2013, competitors from all over the world battled for over $16,000 in cash and prizes distributed to top 16 finalists. Amazing battles between players from Japan, Europe, Australia, Korea, US and many more were showcased on stream to viewers worldwide. As the competition settled, it was Razer Fuudo who triumphed over all and claimed his title as Sega Cup’s 2013 Champion!

SEGA and Level|Up are back in action with the annual event for fighting game fans worldwide! SEGA Cup Virtua Fighter Tournament returns to Super Arcade in Walnut, California this April 26, 2014. We’re looking for the best of the best to compete in Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown on the PlayStation 3. Top 16 finalists will win cash prizes so expect quality matches, entertainment, and hype with players from all over the world. More details will be available soon on .

Update: Mad Catz is the official sponsor of Sega Cup 2014 and will be providing prizes for finalists of the event! Always great to have support with the leading peripheral provider to our amazing players!


Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown will take place on the PlayStation 3 (PS3) console.

One match is best of 3 games.

One game is best of 5, 60-second rounds.

Winners, Losers, and Grand Finals is the best of 5 games.

Random stage select will be used.

Winner must select the same character, loser may switch.

Blind select is available by request.


Online Registration (Capped at 128 players!)


Stream URL



10am    Check-in, Onsite Reg, Casuals

11am    Pools 1 and 2

1pm    Pools 3 and 4

3pm     Pools 5 and 6

5pm    Pools 7 and 8

7pm    Top 16 Semi Finals

8pm    Top 8 Finals

10pm    Prize ceremony


Prize Distribution

1. $3,000

2. $2,000

3. $1,600

4. $1,200

5. $1,000

6. $1,000

7. $800

8. $800

9. $500

10. $500

11. $500

12. $500

13. $400

14. $400

15. $400

16. $400


Find out who’s going!



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.