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.
Equinox Gaming is proud to announce we are now partnered with the AnyKey, an advocacy organization dedicated to supporting diversity in esports. This partnership will help Equinox provide even more support to marginalized communities within the Fighting Game scene and esports industry. Together, we hope to further promote diversity and inclusion by acting as positive role models in the community and providing welcoming spaces for all gamers.
"Picking up Brian was a no-brainer for us. He has a fire in him that is just arresting. Anyone who knows or follows Brian can see that he's a joy to be around. Whether he's competing or streaming, people want to be around Brian; he emanates confidence. Not only that, Brian is super talented at the game and is altruistic in the way he shares his knowledge of Street Fighter with the community. Brian will continue to accomplish big things in his career and we are so honored that he has made Equinox Gaming his new home."
Re-visit EQNX Gaming's premier year with our 2018 photo recap.
Joseph “Joey Fury” Bennett is in the middle of a burgeoning competitive Tekken career as one of the world’s best and most traveled professionals. While competing can be an important driving force to get players to travel, taking time off to relax and rejuvenate is just as important for mental and physical health. We asked Joey to blog about his favorite locations to visit both as a competitor or a tourist.