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Abel del Maestro

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Player Information
Name:
Abel Segovia Julian
Country:
Status:
Active
Team:
Approx. Total Winnings:
$6,926
Games:
Links
Achievements
Tekken_Extreme_Tournament/2018Collision/2019/T7
History
2019-04-16 - 2019-11-15
2019-11-15 - Present

Abel "Abel del Maestro" Segovia Julian is a Peruvian Tekken player currently representing RoX Dragons.

Information[edit]

He is one of two Peruvian players to have won a Tekken World Tour Master event (the other being Sapito) and the only one to win two Master events. Where at Tekken Extreme Tournament 2018 he defeated American player RunItBlack to win the event and then defeated Roynichi at Collision 2019. For the 2019 Tekken World Tour, Abel del Maestro was sponsored by GetGosu to compete at more international events like The MIXUP and Electric Clash 2019.

Results[edit]

Tekken 7[edit]

DatePlaceEventResultPrize
2019
2019-12-08QC17 - 20thTekken World Tour Finals 20191/3Grp. S.$1,250
2019-11-02CA3rdTekken Extreme Tournament 20191 : 3South KoreaJeonDDing$150
2019-08-17AA1stCollision 20192 : 3
3 : 0
PeruRoynichi$2,500
2019-07-28BA2ndGamepólitan 20190 : 3
1 : 3
BrazilLeoxaves$212
2019-06-02DA4thElectric Clash 20191 : 3South KoreaJDCR$163
2019-05-12EA5 - 6thROXnRoll Korea 20191 : 2South KoreaJDCR
2019-04-21IC9 - 12thTekken Grand Battle 20190 : 2South KoreaKnee
2018
2018-10-28CA3rdCanada Cup 20182 : 3JapanNobi$150
2018-10-06AA1stTekken Extreme Tournament 20181 : 3
3 : 1
United StatesRunitblack$2,500
All Results
DatePlaceEventPartnerResultPrize
This player has no results.
All Results


Trivia[edit]

  • Has a habit of Ki-Charging after winning every round, which is generally not seen as disrespectful in the South-American Tekken Community.
  • Was crowdfunded to attend the 2018 Tekken World Tour Finals LCQ with a campaign by the Peruvian FGC. [1]

References[edit]