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#Hypespotting4 + The Future of FGC?


Hypespotting has cemented its place as THE premier event in the UK, with a swish location, international guests and finally as a Capcom Qualifier.  The entrance badges were awesome and join my collection with rather a lot of pride hehe.

In Ultra, Mago took the qualifier, beating his Mad Catz comrade Tokido.

Xian (pronounced ‘Shen’) withdrew from the KOF tournament to focus fully on Ultra. Other players such as Ryan Hart & BigFool, not to mention Tokido, were on the other hand able to show their versatility, competing in both games; Tokido went on to win KOF. That said, Xian did also enter Marvel, going on to win 2nd place, Faisal Dante taking 1st.  Full brackets for all games here.

The Scottish KOF players had a good showing, with 4 placing Top 8, and had a long session with Tokido, with the veteran kindly answering questions and giving advice. Milligano came joint 9th at Ultra.

Big thank you to Walter Fraser for everything, including giving out copies of the FGC Yearbook as prizes for the pub quiz, which every year I think I’m gonna avoid because it sounds boring and then regret not being part of, as I hear the laughter while I’m playing casuals (and I knew some answers this year, and there were SNK questions!!!!).

Shout outs to ON.BigFool, TSS.Atma, David Cameron, Palladin, Samurai Pizza Ken, Abdul, Vexaxiousidler, Quaka, Sprint and Alan Wong and everyone at the KOF area of course, not to mention Tokido!  YES THERE ARE PEOPLE PLAYING KOF SO JUST GET ON STEAM!!!

It was of course nice to see Ryan, Sean & Xian again.  Banana Juice anyone?

Here are some photos I took, you can see loads more here.

Hypespotting did cause me a few thoughts, which caused me to write about the future of the FGC…

So what’s next for the Fighting Game Scene?

Some thoughts I cobbled together on what’s happening to the scene right now, in other words, money, why we need it and how it’s going to affect everyone.

First of all, I’m considering dropping the acronym FGC when promoting the scene, because ‘community’ to me feels closed, and the scene needs to be accessible, with open doors.  I feel there’s still a sense of ‘us’ versus ‘them’ while the word ‘scene’ is just there, like a park, you can just walk in and check it out.

X Cup

With Mortal Kombat X just about released (14 April), Warner Bros will surely be looking to promote the game, but the summer season is about to begin with the lead up to EVO, so that may not feature much in Europe. However, there is Community Effort Orlando in June. Warner Bros spent a good deal on Injustice, with custom arcade cabinets and such, and then we have the Kombat Cup with a 20,000 Euro pot for the EU finals.  This could mean a lot of cash being pumped into events, MK and Ultra fighting over the spotlight and smaller games being squeezed into obscurity.

‘Filthy’ Casuals

Yes, Cups and other league format tournaments like it, are the new business model for promoting games.  With such huge prizes on the line, the competitive fighters and those with a versatility will surely a) buy the game and b) compete for the glory.  It’s really not the latter that is the priority for the publishers.  Casual players will simply be concerned with the question of whether the game is fun and can be played online.  Game companies just want to sell as many copies as possible within that 3 week sales window, before another A-list title draws attention away.  The Fighting Game Community, while growing, is still a niche market, and while those casual players who trade in a game after 3 weeks might be regarded as ‘filthy’ or ‘fickle’, they are still a very important customer base – publishers at this point can’t rely on FGC sales to survive in a market of FPS and other games.  The FGC needs to help promote the games they like because of course new members generally come from the mainstream.

Sponsorship  & ROI

In order for the FGC to thrive, it needs money.  Money from donations would be best, as usually everyone has the same aim: for players to play games and tournaments in a comfortable venue with a stream.  However as the FGC grows larger, bigger venues are needed, with better equipment, not to mention upgrades.  This costs money.  Inviting star players costs money.  One avenue is sponsorship.  But how does this affect the event and the community?  Let’s look at some examples.

One sponsor is an electronic cigarette company.  Should organisers be promoting activities that could damage player health?   It’s not really a hard question to answer (or should that be a grey area?)  but money talks louder.  Speaking of money, did you see Red Bull Kumite?  Do you think those types of drinks are safe?  Do you think players even follow the recommended guidelines during a tournament?  That being said, Red Bull has targeted the FGC, or rather Esports, and they do make a good fit.  If you consider sports such as Monster Trucks and surfing, these kinds of audiences aren’t exactly mainstream and yet are quite targetable.  So we can have advertising!  You know, that thing that gets in the way so you turn on adblock.  But you can’t do that when it’s a video inserted as part of a stream.  And so we have adverts for sticks, pc components, cars, deodorant and things like that.  Of course Monster, the other energy drink, is sponsoring players too.

The thing is, how does an advertiser know they are getting a Return On Investment? How does Mad Catz know people are buying sticks from seeing the adverts?  Discount codes can help track this data but discount codes can get shared to random people.  How does anyone know a car was bought just from seeing the ad on a fighting game stream?  They shouldn’t but the point is exposure helps a product and 20,000 viewers is not something to turn their nose up at.  Won’t stop some advertisers not having faith however, and that’s a problem the FGC need to address, if they want that support.

One problem to consider is the independence of an organisation that has a paying sponsor.  Let’s look at what happened with RedBull Kumite.  You may have recognised various staff and stream teams but under which name did it fall under and who got all the credit?  Who got 20,000 viewers on their twitch channel?  Why, Red Bull.  And why not?  They paid for it.  But what does that mean to the team who built up a community, a stream and reputation that had their own set of values?  Is this what they call ‘selling out’?  Or is it actually in the best interests of the community?

Only the future will tell.

Streams and TV

In the future who will even watch TV anymore?  What is the impact of streaming and Twitch’s place in all of it?  Twitch is actually sponsoring FGC events because it is aware of the future and does notice those tens of thousands of people watching.  They can get a return on all that server burning, as long as viewers aren’t all blocking the ads.  Twitch, more than ever, needs to keep an eye on events, and keep organisers loyal, because while they (and Justin.tv before them) have worked hard to get streaming off the ground (to supplement or even replace TV), other companies such as Hitbox offer the same service with less broadcasting buffer delay, which means casters and chatters can talk more in real time, for example.  Google of course, hasn’t sat around idle, and youtube can now stream in 720p 60 fps.  Youtube doesn’t have the community or a good chat function, but it’s the most device-accessible format with a subscriber base that could easily dwarf the others.  All it takes is a leap of faith.

People watch streams on their laptop, phone, desktop or tablet and even gaming device.  People are using devices such as Chromecast to stream the stream to their living room TV.  I still have no idea why a laptop isn’t plugged into the living room TV but I guess I’m just a minority.


People bet on sporting events.  These people are not a minority and Esports is no exception. The only thing holding it back is gambling law and the low turnout to make it worth the book keeper’s while.  However, certain flags have been raised to show that there is a future here.  Salty bet is probably best remembered for people bragging over their cash wins. While it’s dropped in viewing numbers, it’s still running, with 18 million views in total.  If gambling laws change, watch those virtual bucks turn into very very real notes.  Or perhaps bitcoins.  There  are other smaller sites that allow you to bet “funny money” on esports events but imagine gambling sites that allow you to bet on live events, would that be more thrilling?  Many seem to feel that way, and many of them have energy drinks and buy team merchandise.  Evolution hasn’t gone that way yet, but considering it’s held in Las Vegas….

And speaking of gambling, many IPs (Intellectual Properties) are being used by companies using to create pachinko machines, how long will it be before we see slot machines with Ryu’s face all over it? While illegal in France and some states in the US, sites like slots heaven could generate revenue for publishers and even streamers.

Spectator vs Competitor

So what brings in more money to expand that community?  Viewers or competitors?  It’s both.  Many competitors don’t stay for casual games as soon as they lose, preferring to watch (and learn).  While streams cater for pools, when only the cream of the crop is presented, it makes for a high quality programme.  Don’t be surprised if broadcasting leads this way, with competitors being hidden in other rooms (or eliminated in previous stages held elsewhere).

tl;dr – RUOK?

Buster wolf! Is everything ok?  For the spectator? Sure! Many compared RedBull Kumite to a UFC or wrestling event.  Well of course, it’s fighting. It’s extreme, but it can still be PG13 and have people buying popcorn and paying for a ticket to be there in person.  This can only lead to growth of the scene as a whole (a community is something different).

For the player, the hardcore gamer, who wants to have casuals with international stars and others who just like playing the game, the future is … also bright.  Well, as long as there is someone who is prepared to bring their equipment to a venue where people can play together, things will be the same, but if that person is more interested in running a professional esports event, well…. it may be more difficult but if the scene is so big, everywhere will have a place to play!

If you’re interested in keeping your game and scene alive, and want to run events, check out this guide.

The Gulf King of Fighters Tournament @Muscat, Oman

This week on Friday 9th of January the FGC in Oman are organizing the first middle east tournament in 2015 at Chief-inn resturant hall, Muscat, Oman

The main event would be The king of Fighters XIII tournament (Double elimination) Tournament rules
also there will be side tournaments for Ultra Street fighter VI, Tekken tag tournament 2 and Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3
Entry is free for all tournaments.

It’s expected to feature 30+ players from the Gulf Neighboring countries including Top players from Oman, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, UAE and Qatar

Follow the Event Facebook page for more details and Live stream URL

Looking forward for this event and best of luck for all the players.

Cannes Winter Clash / Gamecon 2014 #CWC #GC2014



The successor to WGC, IVGC has been announced. And what a shocker!!!!

  • USF4
  • KOF13
  • GGXRD on PS4





Is this the future of the FGC?

Ha, to be honest I actually thought Fifa might take over, so this is fine!

I’m trying to imagine all those CRTs going to Cannes though….

And woah gonna need a PS4 stick!!!

Here’s the official announcement in French then English:

Nous sommes fiers de vous annoncer la première édition du Cannes Winter Clash (CWC) qui se déroulera à Cannes du 27 février au 1er mars.

L’évènement prendra place au très célèbre Palais des festivals et congrès de Cannes durant le festival international des jeux. (1 boulevard de la croisette, 06400 cannes)

Nous serons accompagnés par l’association « LeFrenchMelee » pour la gestion des tournois Smash Bros et bien d’autres.

Les tournois disponibles seront les suivants :

Ultra Street Fighter 4 (Solo et 2vs2): 256 participants maximum (Xbox 360)

Super Smash Bros 4 (solo): 256 participants maximum) (Wii U)

Super Smash Bros Melee (Solo): 128 participants maximum (GameCube)

King Of Fighters13 (Solo): 64 participants maximum (Xbox 360)

Guilty Gear Xrd (Solo): 64 participants maximum (Ps4)

En plus de cela, nous organiserons un ITC (International Team CUP) pour USF4, KOF etc…

Nous vous proposerons des « Salty Rooms » pour la plupart des jeux, des défis, des invités et de nombreuses surprises.

Le roster des jeux n’est pas définitif. 

Restez connectés !

Par ailleurs, nous vous conseillons de réserver vos billets afin de bénéficier des tarifs les plus bas de la SNCF.”

We are proud to announce that the first iteration of Cannes Winter Clash will take place in Cannes from February 27th to March 1, 2015!

The event will go down in the famous Palais Des Festivals in Cannes, during the “Festival International des Jeux” (International games festival – a good way to have fun side activities at the venue!).
We will be helped by the association “LeFrenchMelee”, which will take care of Super Smash Bros tournaments.
The games that have been confirmed being held as main tournaments are as described below.
Note: this is a tentative list and is likely to be incremented over the next few months. Stay tuned to see what will be added!
Ultra Street Fighter IV – 256 players bracket
Super Smash Bros Wii U –256 players
Super Smash Bros Melee –128 players
King Of Fighters XIII –64 players
Guilty Gear Xrd –64 players
Team tournaments:
Ultra Street Fighter IV – 2v2
We will also have an International Team Cup tournament for USFIV and KOFXIII, in 5v5 format!
Side events will include salty suites, exhibitions, international guests and many more to come!
Stay tuned for more details!
Travel tips: You can from now on book either a plane to Nice (32 km/20 miles – 30 minutes by train from the airport) or a train directly to Cannes (10 minutes away from the venue)


More info as it happens, but the real question is:


Which games do YOU want to see there? I know there are other organisations that can run side tournaments, if there is demand!

What, no Blazblue/ Uniel/ Persona/ DOA!!?!?!?!

English site ]


Gamecon 2014 feat Bala and Chris G


I know the banner is in Spanish, but we will like to invite you all to the Gamecon Costa Rica 2014, a charity event for the poor children in CR, this coming Dec 13-14th in San Jose Costa Rica, we will be having Christopher G and MX Bala in the event. We can help all the interested people with the accommodations. Further details on request.
Es un honor para nosotros ser parte una vez más del Gamecon 2014, la convención nacional de Videojuegos más grande de Costa Rica, en la que se une a todos los mejores cosplayers, los fans del anime y todos aquellos amantes de los videojuegos, PS, Xbox, Nintendo, PC, Arcade; todos unidos para una gran causa: llevarle un juguete y una pequeña ayuda a los niños de escasos recursos, y así poder lograr una sonrisa en esta navidad.
Y para dar nuestro granito de arena en esta GRAN causa, nos complace mucho anunciar que tendremos a dos de los más grandes jugadores: MX Bala y Chris G. Grandes campeones y ProPlayers reconocidos mundialmente por su nivel excepcional. De ahí que nos unimos a Tvirus, Cms Producciones y Critical Hit, ya que nuestra misión no es echarnos las flores sino hacer un evento de categoría mundial. Nos falta mucho aún, seguimos buscando ayuda y patrocinios. Y más que todo necesitamos la ayuda de todos los gamers para poder hacer de este un evento espectacular.
Así que muchachos A PRACTICAR FUERTE ellos van a competir y hacer FT’s en:

  • Ultra SF4
  • MK9
  • UMvC3

Y cualquier otro juego con bastante asistencia.
Gracias, (disculpas por el post tan largo, TCCR│Joe)

Don’t forget I’m streaming all this week apart from Friday for an hour! Come join in 21:00 GMT+2 on youtube and hitbox!

metal slug x


 Now Available on STEAM (PC)

Action-Shooting Masterpiece “METAL SLUG X” released today on STEAM !

SNK PLAYMORE CORPORATION (Corporate HQ: Suita-city, Osaka, Japan, Company President: Koichi Toyama)  is proud to announce the worldwide release of “METAL SLUG X” on the Steam PC gaming platform.

“METAL SLUG X”, a masterpiece in SNK’s emblematic 2D run & gun action shooting game series, still continues to fascinate millions of fans worldwide to this day for its intricate dot-pixel graphics, and simple and intuitive game controls. One of the most highly praised titles in the series among Metal Slug fans for its refined balance and game volume, heads out to the Steam gaming platform with a number of extra features!

【Game Features】

◆Arcade Mode (Main Mission)

Play the original arcade version of “METAL SLUG X” from Missions 1 to 6, and fight your way through the battlefield to foil General Morden’s new coup attempt!!

◆Mission Mode (Stage Select)

Play your favorite stages at will and train alone or with a brother-in-arms on the missions you have unlocked so far!

◆Online Multiplayer Mode

Connect to Steam and clear missions with friends far away via Online Co-Op Play. Find a fellow countryman or foreign ally and let the mission begin!

◆Game Settings

Configure control, language, video display, and sound volume settings.


Check your current rank and score in “METAL SLUG X” at any time, and compete with other players to become the world’s No. 1 soldier!

More info here http://store.steampowered.com/app/312610/


【Title Details】


■Release Date : October 2nd, 2014

■Genre : Action-Shooting

■Platform  : PC    * Please check the store page for recommended PC configurations.


■Price : $7.99 USD


  *Steam name and logo are registered trademarks of Valve Corporation.

SNK PLAYMORE Official Website http://www.snkplaymore.co.jp/us/ 

#UNIEL online tournaments + #ROF is FREEEEE!!!

Tournament #1 by ON

Registration: 21:00 (french time) 20:00 (uk time) then start!

Join the Twitch channel chat or leave a comment with your PSN ID (faire registration dans le chatroom ou par lesser un commentaire avec ton PSN ID)

Watch live video from Gunsmith_ON on www.twitch.tv


3 Rounds FT2 Simple Elim, Finale en FT3

Brackets: TOUS LES NOMS SONT PSN IDs / All the names are PSN IDs



Tournament #2 by Oro #3 by Chocobotiger

Aller et faire registration dans le UNIEL groupe francais


Watch live video from chocobotiger on www.twitch.tv



rof press release

iPhone & Android game application

『THE RHYTHM OF FIGHTERS – SNK Original Sound Collection』

App price changes from $0.99 to free!

Limited tracks offered to paid app users!

SNK PLAYMORE CORPORATION (Corporate HQ: Suita-city, Osaka, Japan, Company, President & CEO: Koichi Toyama) is proud to announce the release of new additional track packs and a new price to the iPhone & Android application “THE RHYTHM OF FIGHTERS”.

“THE RHYTHM OF FIGHTERS”, the ultimate blend of rhythm & fighting game genres gathered in one game, will be now available to download for free. Following this price change, the users who bought the paid version of “THE RHYTHM OF FIGHTERS” will be offered 5 limited NEOGEO tracks for free. Moreover, “KOF Selection Vol.2”, “REAL BOUT”, “RECOMMEND”, and “ROF PACK” 4 new DLC track packs will be available to download from August 28th, 2014 on Android and later on on iPhone. Stay tuned for more news regarding “THE RHYTHM OF FIGHTERS” to come in the following weeks.

About the new app price:

■Price changes:  $0.99 (tax included)⇒free-to-play (presence of in-app purchase items)

■Change date:  August 28th, 2014 (Android), TBD (iPhone)

■Others:  The following 5 NEOGEO original tracks will be offered to the owners of the paid version of “THE RHYTHM OF FIGHTERS”*  Track List: 1.ESAKA -NEOGEO ver.-/ 2.Fairy -NEOGEO ver.-/3.Exceed The Limit -NEOGEO ver.-/

  4. Diet-NEOGEO ver.-/5.Banquet of Nature -NEOGEO ver.-

*These limited tracks will be added to devices with a save data of the paid version of “ROF” above 1.30 ver. Please note that these limited tracks won’t be installed to the game in the case you uninstall the paid version of “ROF” to install its free-to-play version.

Additional Track Pack details:


Pack name

KOF Selection Vol.2 Pack



ROF Pack

Track list


Blue Mary’s BLUES

Mikoshi Ondo (Remix ver.)

Psycho Soldier “K.O.F Version”


It’s Seoul

The Last Blade

~ Decision at Dawn ~




~ Kyobashi ~



Each Promise

Get The Sky -With Your Dream-

Yussa Yussa You

Stormy Saxophone

Secret Track*





*Secret tracks are unlocked in the Arcade Mode of their respective additional track pack.

■Release Date: August 28th, 2014 (Android), TBD (iPhone)

■Price :  $2.99 (tax included)

TITLE DETAILS:     “THE RHYTHM OF FIGHTERS – SNK Original Sound Collection”

■ Release Date : June 25th, 2014 (iOS & Android)

■ Genre : Rhythm & Action

■ Compatible OS : iOS 7.0 and later / Android 4.0.3 and later

                     * Please check the app store page regarding the recommended devices.

■ Price : $0.99

■ Marketplace : Apple App Store / Google Play


*All company and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.


For further information, please contact us at: www.snkplaymore.co.jp/us/ 


BBCP Kimaf vs Dedg FT5

Well, Sakura Otoko didn’t turn up, so we had a Ft5 between Kimaf and Dedg, as they tried out their subs: Bullet and Relius.

Sorry about the looping intro music, that was a bug that I couldn’t hear.

Dedg used Kokonoe afterwards for a bonus round but obviously hadn’t learnt any combos :o


Running two tournaments at once is fine!

Running two tournaments with strong players in both = slow! Not recommended…

uniel charas

Cash Tournament Grand Finals

Free Tournament Grand Finals


CASH Tournament

1. Neophos (Gordeau)
2. Hale (Gordeau)
3. Huitzil (Akatsuki)

FREE  tournament

1. Hale (Gordeau)
2. Huitzil (Akatsuki)
3. Kimaf (Vatista)






You don’t need a kindle, but you do need the app for pc, mac or smartphone.
The FGC Pro
Ever thought about running your own event, or wanted to know what goes on behind the streams?
Check out this guide, available from amazon for only $0.00 FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY!


KOF13 General vs Mtk.Hokuto

Some very close matches here!

MOARRR Tournaments in UK & France: 3500€ Prize @ ROF

… *can’t breathe*

The funny thing is that within one day of playing with everyone, my level went up. Now I feel it’s going to go down, of course, so to keep it up, I will have to go to tournaments- there better be freeplay areas! (I talk about the importance of this is in my upcoming book…)


March 29-30 in Scotland but you knew that already.


Republic Of Fighters

17 et 18 mai 2014.

Woah PREMIUM event.

Excellent news : cash prize will exceed 3500€ plus prizes offered  by our different sponsors !

List of tournaments :

  • Super Street Fighter 4 AE solo + 3v3
  • The King of Fighters XIII solo + 3v3
  • Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate solo + 3v3
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2 solo + 3v3
  • Super Smash Bros Melee solo + 2v2
  • Injustice Gods Among Us solo + 3v3
  • Soul Calibur 5 solo + 3v3
  • Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 solo + 3v3

2 solo tournaments + 1 team are authorized for each player. No registration limit, but team tournament will need at least 8 teams to go.

The rules of the different tournaments are all available on our Rules & Regulations page (also avalaible in french on the page de règlements)

Schedule :

  • Saturday : 10AM – 10:30PM
  • Sunday : 10AM – 9PM

Fees :

  • Venue fee (access to showroom, animations & freeplay spots) : 15€
  • 1 tournament  10€
  • Team 3v3 : 5€/player

For more informations, you can contact us via twitter (@RepOfFighters), facebook (Republic of Fighters) or e-mail ([email protected])

Apocalyse In Paris



  • Date : Dimanche 16 Mars 2014
  • Participation : 10 € sur place
  • Horaires : début des inscriptions 13h /début des tournois 14h
  • Cash Prize : 60% pour le 1er, 30% pour le 2sd et 10% pour le 3ème
  • Support : Xbox 360
  • Page Face Book : Apocalypse in Paris
  • Stream : A Venir




  • Date : dimanche 06 avril 2014
  • Lieu : Café Manga Shikai
  • Facebook event
  • Adresse : 120 rue Gabriel Peri, 93200 Saint-Denis
  • Entrée / Participation : 7€ ( entrée + participation à un tournoi) – 4 € pour visiteur
  • Cash Prize : 50 € minimum + lots
  • Support : Xbox 360

Contact – Inscriptions – Informations :
Wez : 06 52 77 13 94


2,3,4 MAY

They’ve raised over 25,000 euros from crowdfunding.  What will they do with it?????  It’s going to be very interesting.  Or just a bunch of arcades, retro consoles, superplays, cosplays, computer music gigs and all that other geeky game related stuff, stuffed into a convention floor.


Le 28 et 29 Juin : Double Ko : Summer Event 2014

Centre d’Activités Culturelles Henri Savale – Rue Longpaon – 76160 DARNETAL

More info soon!




Super Vs Battle 2014, (SVB) is returning this summer!


Friday 8th August 2014
Saturday 9th August 2014
Sunday 10th August 2014


The Byron Hall
Harrow Leisure Centre
Christchurch Avenue


Ultra Street Fighter 4 (Xbox 360)
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (PS3)
The King of Fighters 13 (Xbox 360)
Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 (xbox 360)
Super Smash Brothers (versions to be confirmed)
Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo (Arcade version)
Street Fighter III 3rd strike (Arcade version)
In The Groove (Arcade version)

There’s also a KOF weekend coming up soon but no more details have been released as yet.



Hokuto No Ken / UNIB / P4U2 tournaments

20131215 a-cho UNDER NIGHT IN BIRTH ExeLate ランダム2on2大会 終了後 野試合

by GAMEacho

2013年12月15日に開催した a-cho UNDER NIGHT IN BIRTH ExeLate ランダム2on2大会 終了後 野試合の模様を収録。 2013.12.15 UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH ランダム2on2大会結果 http://www.a-cho.com/ac/201307_12/uni20131215.html

20131214 a-cho 北斗の拳AC 1on1大会 終了後 野試合

by GAMEacho

2013年12月14日に開催した a-cho 北斗の拳AC 1on1大会 終了後 野試合の模様を収録。 *権利保護の観点から一部演出をカットしております。 2013.12.14 北斗の拳AC 1on1結果 http://www.a-cho.com/ac/201307_12/hkt20131214.html


Source: http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm22465090