Keoma Talks About the LATAM FGC, Evo and Much More in This Interview with CounterHit

Ahead of Fight in Rio last weekend, CounterHit sat down with Capcom Cup 2015 finalist Innova|Keoma to talk about his experience of going to Evo 2016, his thoughts on the Latin American FGC, and his general thoughts about Street Fighter V, after playing it for a fair few months. Talking to interviewer Luiz Filipe Lima, it was enlightening to hear Keoma’s thoughts on how the Brazilian FGC can grow, learning from both the Capcom Pro Tour as well as through watching other esports like League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

He also touches on how a player’s training regime and play style can actually change once you are signed by a team. You’ll have a routine to practice with other players, there is a wider support network to provide psychological support to help push a player to the next level.

Sources: CounterHitBr via Luiz Filipe Lima

Keoma Talks About the LATAM FGC, Evo and Much More in This Interview with CounterHit

Ahead of Fight in Rio last weekend, CounterHit sat down with Capcom Cup 2015 finalist Innova|Keoma to talk about his experience of going to Evo 2016, his thoughts on the Latin American FGC, and his general thoughts about Street Fighter V, after playing it for a fair few months. Talking to interviewer Luiz Filipe Lima, it was enlightening to hear Keoma’s thoughts on how the Brazilian FGC can grow, learning from both the Capcom Pro Tour as well as through watching other esports like League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

He also touches on how a player’s training regime and play style can actually change once you are signed by a team. You’ll have a routine to practice with other players, there is a wider support network to provide psychological support to help push a player to the next level.

Sources: CounterHitBr via Luiz Filipe Lima

Get a Head Start on Unleashing Your Inner Demon in Tekken 7: Fated Retribution

When the news broke that Akuma was going to be in Tekken 7, there were a lot of people who were worried that he might not be a good fit for Tekken’s game engine. After he debuted, there were a whole lot more people complaining about what he could do, which led to the news that there would be a nerf so that he was a little less ridiculous. If you were wondering how he was looking at the moment though, Shudy_Jinlee has you covered. He’s put together some sample combos for the raging demon, and though they’re all in Japanese, those familiar with Tekken will have no problems in understanding the annotations.

Oh, and if that weren’t enough, Shudy has even broken down his entire movelist from start to finish. Check them out below if you were wondering exactly how Akuma fits together in his Tekken debut.

Source: Shudy_Jinlee