LOOKING BACK AT COMBO BREAKER 2016It’s been 2 months since the Midwest’s biggest fighting game convention took over the Mega Center at Pheasant Run Resort. As the Combo Breaker team begins to look forward to a potential 2017 event, we’d like to take a moment to reflect on what went down May 27-29, 2016!
Combo Breaker Notables:
20 Singles Tournaments | 11 Visiting Artists | 8 Indie Games | 7 Auction Tournaments | 6 Vendors | 5 Special Exhibitions | 5 Stages | 2 Team Tournaments | 2 After Hours Showcases | 1 Pool Party | 1 Arcade Hall | 1 In-Venue Bar | 1 Convention Floor | 0 Hours Closed
$43,000+ in Payouts | 82 Judges | 54 Commentators | 39 Staff | 5 Streams | 3 Photographers | 3 Cinematographers | 3 Vans | 2 Semi-Trucks | 2 Wifi Servers | 1 Hotel Rep | 0 Available Resort Rooms
11 Countries | 47 States | 4 Canadian Provinces | 1,366 Unique Competitors | 800+ Spectators | 2,000+ Known Attendees | 5 Streams | 1.5 Million+ Stream Viewers | 1 Weekend devoted to the FGC from @gaming_gen & @thehadouHave a great memory of Combo Breaker 2016? Let us know on Twitter @combobreakerfgc!
#CB2016 PHOTO GALLERIESCombo Breaker had excellent photographers on site Memorial Day Weekend! Check out these galleries from our official media team:
YOUR #CB2016 TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS!A tournament is made great by the men & women competing in it. See who rose to the challenge in our singles competitions!
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS & SPONSORSCombo Breaker would not have been possible without the companies and people that stepped up to financially support our convention. We’d like to once again thank them for their commitment to the fighting game community.
THANK YOU!Thank you for taking part in Combo Breaker 2016. We hope to see you all again soon.