Bandai Namco removes all events from their world tour circuit until July.
We have already seen a lot of developers and organizers canceling or postponing the Esport events due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus(COVID-19). Bandai Namco, the developer and publisher of the popular 3D fighting game franchise “TEKKEN” is no exception. They recently posted the news from their TEKKEN world tour website about the upcoming TEKKEN world tour events.
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Bandai Namco has said, in order to ensure the safety of the TEKKEN world tour competitors, the live audience and the event staff, they have made some scheduling adjustments to their pro tour circuit.
Bandai Namco has removed TEKKEN Round Pro 9, Cape Town Showdown, Headstomper, UYU Ultimate: Taipei, Combo Breaker, Battle Arena Melbourne, Thaigar Uppercut, Fighting games Challenge and Kiungo Games from their pro tour event lineup until further notice.
They have also said that due to the highly dynamic nature of Coronavirus, they will provide further updates for the TEKKEN World Tour in the future.
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