Meet Jyotaro “Jyotaro” Tsunoda. EQNX Breakout champion, successful businessman, JeSU licensed player, and the best Noctis player in the world. Jyotaro is also the newest professional Tekken player to join the EQNX roster.
Last weekend, Equinox Gaming sponsored EQNX Breakout following the Fighting Tuesday Fall Dojo at the Red Bull Gaming Sphere. Jyotaro, AO, Nishi and Masa competed for a chance to represent Equinox at the TWT Last Chance Qualifier in Thailand later this year. To qualify for EQNX Breakout, the players had to be one of the top four placing unsigned players in the dojo tournament. Players that competed in Breakout also fought for a chance to win amazing Qanba USA prizes. Fighting Tuesday showcased a variety of strong unsponsored and sponsored Tekken players. Some notable participants include Rangchu, Saint, double, kkokkoma,...
Ever since I first became involved with the Fighting Game Community in 2017, attending theEvolution Championship Series has been a goal for me. This year, I finally achieved that goal with the rest of Equinox Gaming. Even though I did not compete this year, EVO was still an eye-opening experience for me regarding how much I still have to learn about fighting games. The weekend was long and tiring but well worth it. Watching the Equinox players compete only added to the intensity. The memories made at my first ever EVO are some that I will remember forever.
We are honored to announceKURO KURO, Japanese player and tournament organizer known for setting up events like MR. NAPS vs KNEE and ARSLAN vs JAPAN, has invited Jeannail "Cuddle_Core" Carter to Tokyo for FT10 stream sessions with selected Japanese players.
Equinox Gaming has yet to reach its first birthday, meaning 2019 was the team’s first ever Combo Breaker. Though the Tekken World Tour and Capcom Pro Tour kicked off earlier this year, Combo Breaker was the first event to include the majority of the Equinox roster. Equinox showed up in St. Charles in full force, ready to for a big start to the year.