Sayed “Tekken Master” Hashim was crowned champion at the recently concluded Brasil Game Show at São Paulo. Tekken Master announced himself in style at the largest game show in South America, which features virtual console, card, board, and esports games in one competitive event that brings together nations and players from around the world once every year.
Tekken Master was among the frontrunners in a strong MK11 line-up and a total field of 165 contestants. BSG is part of the Mortal Kombat Pro Kompetition circuit and a major event with high stakes. Winners earn significant points to qualify for the finals, as well as a US$15,000 bonus.
Tekken Master used a combination of Sonya Blade and Geras to defeat his grand finals opponent, Tyrese “DizzyTT” Carl who relied on Sonya Blade. The eventual champion overcame another Brazilian, “Mr. Bruno” (3-1) in the semi-finals before landing a (3-0) knockout blow to “DizzyTT” in the grand finals.
The BSG win gives Tekken Master a valuable 350 points Mortal Kombat Pro Kompetition and a cash prize of US$ 5,000.