Yuko “ChocoBlanka” Momochi is one of the Fighting Game Community’s best-known female world warriors. Choco claims to be a relative “newcomer” to fighting games – having begun her competitive career on the original Street Fighter IV – but quickly made a significant impact on the Japanese competitive scene. Choco can boast she is one of a select few that can defeat the likes of Mago, and was also named the first female tournament champion of GodsGarden.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Yuko Momochi 30 Japan Tokyo
Active in the fighting game scene for over a decade and witnessing the decline and phoenix-like rebirth of fighting games as a viable competitive genre, very few players in the fighting game scene have seen and experienced more than Justin Wong. Growing up on the East Coast, Justin first found the drive to take his fighting game skills to an entirely new level while playing against regulars at New York City’s Chinatown Fair arcade – and he hasn’t looked back since.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Justin Wong 31 United States San Francisco, California
Kenneth “K-Brad” Bradley may not seem like it at first glance, but he is without a doubt an international terror. He made a splash in 2012 by defeating Infiltration (fresh out of his domination at EVO 2012) convincingly at Seasons Beatings Ascension. From that moment on, a target was painted on his back as the “International Killer”. Little did people know that his very own Killer Bee was primed for more.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Kenneth Bradley 27 United States Oxon Hill, Maryland
Yusuke Momochi is a premier fighting game player from Japan with numerous accomplishments to his name. Momochi has had strong performances at the most famous fighting game event in Japan, Super Battle Opera, several times - beginning in 2007 with a third-place finish in Street Fighter III: Third Strike.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Yusuke Momochi 30 Japan Tokyo
Kevin "PPMD" Nanney is one the top professional Super Smash Bros. players in the United States and a legend in his home state of North Carolina. In Smash Melee, his Falco is widely considered among the best in the world.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Kevin Nanney 26 United States Raleigh, North Carolina
Since Street Fighter 4′s release three years ago, only one Balrog player has won a major tournament. Eduardo “PR Balrog” Perez-Frangie is a player originating from the small island of Puerto Rico. Originally known as “PR Scrub”, Eduardo’s name became “PR Balrog” when he went to his first tournament, Final Round IV.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Eduardo Perez-Frangie 29 Puerto Rico San Francisco, California
Hailing from Northern California and first making a name for herself in the Tekken scene, “fierce” fighter Ricki Ortiz has proven herself as not only one of the best players in the NorCal region, but also one of the best in the world. A veteran of the fighting game community for years, Ricki has been a force to be reckoned with in countless tournaments dating back to Capcom vs. SNK 2, Street Fighter III: Third Strike and Marvel vs. Capcom 2.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Ricki Ortiz 33 United States San Francisco, California