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Landon “Captain L” Trybuch

Games: Smash Ultimate

Landon first discovered the Greater Vancouver Smash Bros. scene in 2010, where he immediately became a threat at the regional level. Since then, he has never stopped travelling farther and aiming higher, peaking at 36th on the Panda Global Ranking for Smash Bros. for Wii U. Ever since day 1 Captain L has favoured playing Pikachu, and in addition to competing all around the world in Smash Ultimate tournaments, he runs a YouTube channel focused on tutorials for beginners and experienced players alike.

2019 Results

  • Jan.5/6 - For Glory (Calgary, AB): 1st Place
  • Jan.12 - SKL Smashfest (Saskatoon, SK): 2nd Place
  • Jan.26 - SmashWorks Ultimate (Seattle, Washington): 3rd Place
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    Mason “Locus” Charlton

    Games: Smash Ultimate

    Locus started out competing in Super Smash Bros for Wii U. He traveled around extensively throughout Canada and the US to compete in the past three years, and continues to now that Smash Ultimate has been released. He peaked at a high of 22nd in the world in Smash Bros for Wii U, and finished at an overall of 40th in the world. He now is focusing on climbing the ranks in Smash Ultimate!

    2019 Results

  • Jan.27 – Dairantou (Vancouver, BC): 3rd Place
  • Feb. 8/9 – AON (Deer Park, New York): 13th Place
  • March 30/31 - Battle of BC (Vancouver, BC): 9th Place
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    Chakotay “ElChakotay” Andrich

    Games: Street Fighter V

    Hi, my name is ElChakotay and I started competing at events back in 2011. I went from not being so strong to leveling up each time I went out to events. My biggest achievement is beating evo champion Tokido at SCR last year. Now I am able to compete toe to toe with world-class players!

    2019 Results

  • Jan.18/19 – Frosty Faustings (Chicago, Illinois): 2nd Place
  • March 15-17 – Final Round (Atlanta, Georgia): DNQ (Lost in pools)
  • March 29-31 – NorCal Regionals (San Jose, California): DNQ (Lost in pools)
  • Joshua “Ceroblast” Tran

    Games: Street Fighter V

    Hey, I go by Cero, I'm 26 years old, and was born in Vancouver. I've been gaming since I was a kid and here I am now, competing in world class level. I didn't really start getting out there until I supported my locals at Vancouver Street Battle, shout outs to the people who support their locals!

    2019 Results

  • Jan.26 – Okizeme (Vancouver, BC): 1st Place
  • March 29-31 – NorCal Regionals (San Jose, California): 49th Place
  • Connor “LTL” Gildemeister

    Games: BlazBlue

    Conner started as a young anime fighting game fledgling in 2012. He started attending local events in about mid 2015 and made an effort to attend at least once a week even to this day. He started to make strong tournament results in 2019 for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, making consistent top 8's and winning many events in the PNW region. He is currently in the running to qualify for the ArcRevo World Tour and he does not intend on relaxing until he makes it.

    2019 Results

  • Feb.15 – Anime Ascension (Irvine, California): 2nd Place
  • March 15-17 – Final Round (Atlanta, Georgia): 33rd Place
  • March 2 – GameWorks Airdashers (Seattle, Washington): 1st Place
  • Sam “SLAM” Chow

    Games: Dragonball FighterZ

    Sam began playing fighting games with a competitive mindset over 15 years ago. He spread his reach out from a few titles to a huge amount of titles finding relative success in each. Not only a competitor but Sam has also spent much time helping out with organizing and running tournaments as well. While success is of course important to him, the main motivation to keep pursuing competitive gaming is the improvement of himself, in both life and gaming, as well as the improvements of those around him.

    2019 Results

  • Jan.26 – Okizeme (Vancouver, BC): 1st Place
  • March 29 – NorCal Regionals (San Jose, California): 33rd Place
  • April 12-14 – Michigan Masters (Detroit, Michigan): 9th Place (5th place UNIST)
  • Christian "Clim" Lim

    Games: UNIST

    Christian has been competing in and organizing fighting game tournaments since 2008. He began with Street Fighter 4 and has since entered tournaments for over a dozen different fighting games, winning 1st place at tournaments such as CEO, Combo Breaker, Canada Cup and placing top 4 at EVO. Christian is passionate about growing his local fighting game community in size and in talent, and has a personal goal to face local teammates in top 8 at EVO.

    2019 Results

  • Jan.26 – Okizeme (Vancouver, BC): 2nd Place
  • Feb.15 – Anime Ascension (Irvine, California): 4th Place
  • March 29 – NorCal Regionals (San Jose, California): 3rd Place
  • Abhinav “Aviera” Behara

    Games: Hearthstone

    Aviera started by organizing Hearthstone events for UBC (a local university in Vancouver) 4 years ago. He competed in local tourneys on the side. He went from a novice to being able to compete with the best. His biggest achievement is finishing top 4 last year at the Brazil HCT Tour Stop. These days he coaches the UBC Hearthstone Team and is preparing for the Vegas Master Tour that he recently qualified for.

    2019 Results

  • March 15 – HCT Masters Qualifiers: 1st Place
  • Bobby “Bobbyex” Du

    Games: Hearthstone

    Bobby Du first started playing Hearthstone in late 2015 and has been playing competitively since April 2018. Although relatively new to the competitve scene, he has quickly proven his ability in tournament play. In his first major tournament appearance, HCT Oakland, he managed to place in the Top 8. Since then, he has competed in two NA playoffs, a tournament for the Top 64 Hearthstone players in the NA region. He finished Top 4 in the Winter playoffs, which qualified him for the 2019 Winter Championship where he faced players from around the world. He is currently preparing for the Hearthstone Master’s Tour event in Las Vegas.

    2019 Results

  • Feb.28 – March 3 – HCT Winter Championship: 12th Place
  • March 22 – HCT Masters Qualifiers: 1st Place