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AK

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Player Information
Name:
Alexandre Laverez
Country:
Status:
Active
Approx. Total Winnings:
$11,735
Games:
Links
History
????-??-?? - Present

Alexandre "AK" Laverez is a Filipino Tekken player currently representing PlayBook Esports.

Information[edit]

AK first played Tekken Tag Tournament from the age of 6 when his Uncle brought him to the local mall. He eventually entered his first tournament for Tekken 6 in 2009 but shot to fame during his time with Tekken Tag Tournament 2, taking 3rd place at the 2013 King of Iron Fist Global Championship at the age of 13, competing and beating some of the best players in the world[1]. He has since continued to compete professionally into Tekken 7, most notably finishing 2nd at the WEGL Super Fight Invitational where he eventually lost to Qudans in the final and 2nd at EVO Japan 2019, losing in a bracket-reset to Pakistani underdog Arslan Ash.

Results[edit]

Tekken 7[edit]

DatePlaceEventResultPrize
2020
2020-01-26RG25 - 32ndEvolution Championship Series: Japan 20201 : 2JapanAO
2019
2019-12-07BA2ndTekken World Tour Finals 2019 LCQ3 : 0
0 : 3
PakistanBilal
2019-10-27EA5 - 6thTokyo Tekken Masters 20190 : 2PakistanAwais Honey$500
2019-05-12IC9 - 12thROXnRoll Korea 20190 : 2South KoreaLowHigh
2019-02-17BA2ndEvolution Championship Series Japan 20190 : 3
1 : 3
PakistanArslan Ash$5,430
2018
2018-10-14BA2ndSEA Major Singapore 20182 : 3
1 : 3
South KoreaJeonDDing$1,250
2018-09-16EA5 - 6thREV Major 20181 : 2South Koreaqudans
2018-04-08GA7 - 8thBeast Arena Hong Kong IX0 : 2South KoreaKkokkoma
2017
2017-11-19BA2ndWEGL 2017 Super Fight Invitational0 : 6South KoreaQudans$4,555
2017-10-08IC9 - 12thTWFighter Major 20170 : 2South KoreaKnee
2017-07-30EA5 - 6thAbuget Cup 20171 : 2PhilippinesDoujin
All Results
DatePlaceEventPartnerResultPrize
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All Results


Trivia[edit]

  • His alias comes from his mispronunciation of "Angel".[2]

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