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Chris G may leave Dragon Ball FighterZ National Championship US West after one week

Chris G may leave Dragon Ball FighterZ National Championship US West after one week
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This is the same old FGC 2020 routine, players enter an online competition but discover that the netplay can't allow them to play at their best, nor even close to their best. Chris G stated on how he felt fighting Reynald last week, and does not want to go further on the championship.

Chris G may leave Dragon Ball FighterZ National Championship US West after one week

After losing his first match 3-5 to Reynald, Chris G decided to quit Dragon Ball FighterZ National Championship US West. On a twitlonger he explained that it was barely impossible for him to play at a decent level online with the actual netcode. According to him, he had to pray each time he broke Reynald's guard, to not drop the combo, even the easiest ones. Listening to commentators that are forced to make excuses when a top player drop an ABC combo, isn't what Chris G considers as a good event. The american player also said that playing six more weeks of a championship where players can't give it their all is worthless.

Of course community reacted in various ways, with some saying that Chris G shoudn't complain and just enjoy the luck he has to be in such an event, while others agreed with him, and say that tournaments shoudn't be run on games that don't use a rollback netcode. No matter who's right, but Bandai Namco probably won't like this kind of news after one week of competition. The japanese editor didn't react yet, and actually Chris G is still counted in the US West Championship. The other players involved in the National Championships didn't say anything about the online during the competition.

On the otherside, Chris G is a FGC veteran, entering tournaments since at least 2011, and is a former EVO Champion on Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, a game where his Morrigan was considered as the best in the world. His words shouldn't be taken too lightly and his experience is important on what could be a good fighting games tournament, and what could be an unplayable fighting games tournament.

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