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What we know about the DBFZ National Championship

What we know about the DBFZ National Championship

We now have more information about the Dragon Ball FighterZ National Championship that will take place from October to December. The schedule, format and participants were revealed during the Dragon Ball FighterZ Show.

What we know about the DBFZ National Championship

After announcing that the Dragon Ball FighterZ National Championship will take place from October to December 2020, more information was provided on the format which will be a seven-day round-robin bracket in first-to-five (BO9).

The matches will take place every week from Friday to Sunday for each of the regions. The first four players being named the national champion for each region will qualify for the playoffs.

The playoffs will last for a month and be played in a King of the Hill format — the fourth will play the third, then the winner will challenge the second, and the winner will challenge the regular season champion.


Selected Players

US West

Chris G, Supernoon, Apologyman,
Kuba, SubatomicSabers,
Cloud805, Jonathan Tene, Reynald

US East

Deskillsage, HookGangGod, LordKnight,
KnowKami, NitroBros


Shanks, Calbu, Genisgod, Gropis,
Cuenca5, Tigris, Gamba


DoubleLL, Aminiassassin, Mambalamba

Wawa, Kiden, Jila, Kayne, Noka,
SilverBladez, Kasuga, Yasha


Go1, Fenritti, Kazunoko, Maddo,
BNBBN, B, Matoi, Tachikawa

The championships will begin with Spain on October 16, followed by France and US West Coast on October 17 and then US East Coast and Japan on October 18.

US Schedule

US West - FGC
US West
US East - FGC
US East
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