Twin Galaxies Fight Club to debut at the Esports Arena Las Vegas

Twin Galaxies announced a new fighting game event, the Twin Galaxies Fight Club (TGFC) is ready to debut at the Esports Arena Las Vegas on August 4.

Twin Galaxies is bringing together the biggest names in the competitive scene for a competition like no other. The new curated match format is dividing the 17 players into 8 unique match-ups. The players are competing in popular titles like Tekken 7, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes and the Street Fighter franchise.

Jace Hall, Twin Galaxies Co-Chairman said: “Fan passion for professional sports is fuelled by epic rivalries and superstar performances, the exact formula we are using to bring that level of excitement to the fighting game community with the TGFC 1.”

TGFC 1 is starting strong, the main event features an epic match between rivals Goichi “GO1” Kishida and Dominique “SonicFox” McLean. GO1 and SonicFox are fighting in a Dragon Ball FighterZ first-to-five exhibition match.

Dominique “SonicFox” McLean

Street Fighter fans will witness the return of two legends, Alex Valle and John Choi are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the franchise on stage. The top two Street Fighter V players, Hajime “Tokido” Taniguchi and Lee “Infiltration” Seon-woo are meeting once again at TGFC 1.

Jace Hall, added: “For the first time, fights will be regularly curated to ensure viewers get the most compelling and entertaining match-ups possible, expanding the reach to wider audiences, bringing more attention to the incredibly talented stars, and helping to usher in the next era for fighting game esports.”

TGFC starts on August 4 at 9 PM PT and it’s expected to end on August 5 at 3 AM PT. Fans can attend the event in-person or enjoy it online. Tickets for the event are available.

Esports Insider says: This is a fight club everyone should talk about. Twin Galaxies understand its audience and what the fans want to watch. The broad variety of titles and players is one of the key aspects to the event’s success. A must watch for any fighting fan.