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Capcom Cup X: Full Street Fighter 6 schedule and top results

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Capcom Cup X is not only the first iteration of the event that utilizes Street Fighter 6 but also features the biggest prize pool in series history with over $1.7 million up for grabs in Burbank. And here is a breakdown of all the action, with live scores and a full list of players competing.

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As the culmination of the 2023 Capcom Pro Tour, Capcom Cup X will close out the first season of competitive SF6 with two weekends of non-stop action. The Last Chance Qualifier is already done, which leaves only the finals left on the menu from Feb. 23 to 25. Now, the remaining 48 players will battle it out for the grand prize of $1 million and the title of first SF6 world champion heading into the next wave of DLC.

Capcom Cup X: Full Street Fighter 6 schedule and live results

A photo of the previous Capcom Cup trophy. Photo by Robert Paul via Capcom

Capcom Cup X event format

From Feb. 23 to 25, 48 players who have qualified from offline and offline premier events, the World Warrior Circuit’s Regional Finals, and the LCQ will battle it out in Burbank for $1 million. The Street Fighter League World Championship 2023 will also be held during this event. 

  • Stage One: Group Stage (Feb. 23)
    • Eight groups of six players each will play in a single set of round-robin, first-to-two matches. 
    • After completion (and any subsequent tiebreakers), the top player will advance to the upper bracket of the playoffs, while the second-place finisher will slot into the lower bracket. The remaining four players are eliminated. 
  • Side Stage: Street Fighter League World Championship 2023 (Feb. 24)
    • The top team from the SFL Pro-US, SFL Pro-EU, and SFL Pro-JP circuits compete in a three-stage, round-robin group stage until one team is eliminated. 
    • The final two teams compete to earn 70 points against each other using the SFL’s scoring system
  • Stage Two: Playoffs (Feb. 25)
    • The remaining 16 players are moved into the double-elimination playoff stage. Losing once in the lower bracket results in a player being eliminated.
    • Every match is a first-to-three. In Grand Finals, if the player entering from the lower bracket completes a “bracket reset” by winning the first best-of-three, a second best-of-three set will be played.

Capcom Cup X full standings

Street Fighter 6 standings

PlacePlayerPrize
FirstUMA$1,000,000
SecondChris Wong$300,000
Thirdgachikun$200,000
FourthNL$100,000
FifthDCQ, Leshar$10,000
SeventhKawano, Sayff$7,000
NinthKUSANAGI, Xian, Fuudo, Phenom$5,000
13thNephew, NuckleDu, MenaRD, Dual Kevin$4,000
17thCrossover, Big Bird, Bravery, Mikex, Snake Eyez, AngryBird, Rainpro, Travis Styles$2,000
25thGGHalibel, DespairKing, Mister Crimson, Takamura, Myrken, NeroTheBoxer, JUNINHO-RAS$2,000
33rdJOE UMEROGAN, shaka22, Dookie, SolVNG, Samoel, Caba, ROF, JabhiM$2,000
41stShadoken, DestroyGodz, Fandroid, Valmaser, NamikazeExTM, EndingWalker, Garnet, Ren$2,000

Street Fighter League World Championship 2023 standings

PlacePlayerPrize
FirstBandits$80,00
SecondFAV gaming$40,000
Third00 Nation$30,000

Capcom Cup X schedule and results

Playoffs

The final results from  the Capcom Cup X playoff bracket.
The final results from the Capcom Cup X playoff bracket. Screenshot via Liquipedia
  • Quarterfinals
    • Phenom vs. Chris Wong: Chris Wong 3-0
    • DCQ vs. gachikun: DCQ 3-1
    • Xian vs. Leshar: Leshar 3-2
    • UMA327 vs KUSANAGI: UMA327 3-0
  • Losers Round One
    • Kawano vs. Newphew: Kawano 3-2
    • NuckleDu vs. NL: NL 3-1
    • Fuudo vs. MenaRD: Fuudo 3-1
    • Sayff vs. Dual Kevin: Sayff 3-1
  • Losers Round Two
    • KUSANAGI vs. Kawano: Kawano 3-2
    • Xian vs. NL: NL 3-2
    • gachikun vs. Fuudo: gachikun 3-0
    • Phenom vs. Sayff: Sayff 3-1
  • Semifinals
    • Chris Wong vs. DCQ: Chris Wong 3-1
    • Leshar vs. UMA327: UMA327 3-0
  • Losers Round Three
    • Kawano vs. NL: NL 3-1
    • gachikun vs. Sayff: gachikun 3-0
  • Losers Round Four
    • DCQ vs. NL: NL 3-2
    • Leshar vs. gachikun: gachikun 3-2
  • Winners Finals
    • Chris Wong vs. UMA327: UMA327
  • Losers Round Five
    • NL vs. gachikun: gachikun 3-1
  • Losers Finals
    • Chris Wong vs. gachikun: Chris Wong 3-2
  • Grand Finals
    • Uma327 vs. Chris Wong: Chris Wong 3-0 [Bracket Reset]
    • [Bracket Reset] Uma327 vs. Chris Wong: UMA 3-0

Group Stage

Capcom Cup X Group Stage Final standings.
A full look at the final group stage standings. Screenshot via Liquipedia

How to watch Capcom Cup X

If you want to watch Capcom Cup X, all you need to do is tune into the Capcom Fighters channel on either Twitch or YouTube. The full broadcast is streamed on both, with VODs for individual matches shared later on YouTube.


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