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ELEAGUE Street Fighter V - how to watch live online

The pursuit of a prestigious Capcom Cup title resumes this weekend with action from Group C of the $250,000 ELEAGUE Street Fighter V.

The pursuit of a prestigious Capcom Cup title resumes this weekend with action from Group C of the $250,000 ELEAGUE Street Fighter V.

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32 players began the tournament in the preliminaries in four groups of eight and that was whittled down to 24 for the start of the regular season. With Punk, PR Balrog, Momochi and Daigo Umehara all having booked their places in the play-offs from Groups A and B, we are left with 12 players from Groups C and D battling it out for the remaining play-offs berths.

A general view of play during the ELEAGUE: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major Championship finals at Fox Theater on January 29, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Group C action will be concluded on May 5 and Group D on May 12.

Panda Global's Victor "Punk" Woodley and Team Liquid's Du "NuckleDu" Dang impressed in the early stages as they both lived up to the hype, whilst Cygames' Darryl "Snake Eyez" Lewis and Joshua "Wolfkrone" Philpot's raised a few eyebrows with unexpected results. Lewis performed below par in 2016 but defied expectations with a second placed finish in Group B before being eliminated by Eita, who was subsequently felled by Daigo Umehara in Group B phase 2.

Philpot, meanwhile, topped arguably the most difficult group (C) beating the likes of Keita "Fuudo"Ai, Kun Xian Ho, and Hajime "Tokido" Taniguchi to the number one spot and he'll be hoping to continue that form. 

Wolfkrone booked his place in the semi-finals of the Group C phase two with his first placed finish, along with runner up Fuudo and they'll await the winners of the clashes between Xian and Tokido and MOV and Filipino Champ.

The winner of the tournament is set to take home a purse of $150,000, so expect competition and trash talking to be fierce with places in the playoffs up for grabs.





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