Tekken 7, the Italian Carlo Vinci is champion of Europe

Tekken 7, the Italian Carlo Vinci is champion of Europe

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The Italian Carlo Vinci, on the night of May 28, triumphed at the 2022 European Esports Championship of Tekken 7, thus becoming European champion. The player, beating the representative of Georgia in the final, achieved an extraordinary result that was already desirable since what happened last year. In fact, Italy took part in the European Esports Championship in Baku with great ambitions. In the last edition Vinci himself was placed in second place in the tournament that sees the best Tekken 7 players in Europe face off.

From the press release of FIDE - Italian Federation of Electronic Disciplines, we learn that Vinci passed the qualifying round with full points. The group saw the presence of France, Wales and Malta and the solo first place came after a string of 2-0 victories. In the quarter-finals, however, Carlo Vinci found Sweden for another victory. The first and only defeat in the Tekken 7 tournament comes against Hungary in the next round.| ); }
The gold medal around the neck of our Carlo Vinci @ms_carlo # Baku2022 #Esports # Tekken7 @IeSF_Master @EsportsEuroCup @HGEsportsASD @esportshopgg #Gaming #gold # medal #honor #Italia #Champions @ITL_tekken pic.twitter.com/3FBIrbh0mZ

- Italian Federation of Electronic Disciplines (@FederazioneE) May 28, 2022

Duelist 17, Georgian player representing his nation is the last obstacle that separates Italy from the title in Bandai Namco's beloved fighting game. The challenge is fought but Carlo Vinci is European champion at the 2022 European Esports Championship of Tekken 7 with a 5-3 victory. FIDE subsequently posted on its social channels all the photos relating to the award ceremony and the deserved compliments received from Carlo Vinci for this important milestone.

Netflix's new Tekken TV show looks epic, has fantastic animation

Netflix has announced Tekken Bloodline, a new anime series that will delve deep into Jin Kazama's past.

The latest video games adaptation will jump into the Tekken series. Netflix is producing an animated series based on Bandai Namco's popular fighting franchise Tekken, complete with an early exploration of the Mishima family saga that has carried across decades' worth of games. No release date has been announced for Tekken Bloodline.

This isn't Tekken's first anime adaptation; the series was adapted into a motion picture in 1998 during the height of Tekken 3's massive success (and just a year before Tekken Tag's launch).

The show comes at an interesting time when Bandai Namco has confirmed it will transform its IPs into various metaverses, complete with transmedia content and interconnected video game experiences. The publisher is also likely working on the next Tekken installment following Tekken 7's landmark success.

Tekken characters that appear in the Bloodline trailer
  • Jun Kazama
  • Jin Kazama
  • Heihachi Mishima
  • Kazuya Mishima
  • Ogre
  • True Ogre
  • Paul Phoenix
  • King
  • Leroy Smith
  • 'Power is everything.' Jin Kazama learned the family self-defense arts, Kazama-Style Traditional Martial Arts, from his mother at an early age. Even so, he was powerless when a monstrous evil suddenly appeared, destroying everything dear to him, changing his life forever. Angry at himself for being unable to stop it, Jin vowed revenge and sought absolute power to exact it. His quest will lead to the ultimate battle on a global stage - The King of Iron Fist Tournament.

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