Kazunoko

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Player Information
Romanized Name:
Ryota Inoue
Birth:
February 15, 1988 (1988-02-15) (age 30)
Country:
Team:
Team Godsgarden
Active in:
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Links
Achievements
Community Effort Orlando/2015/USFIV Capcom Cup/2015
History
2016 – Present

Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue is a Japanese fighting games player known for playing Holy Order Sol in Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R, Yun in Street Fighter 4, Cammy in Street Fighter V and Raven in Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator.

He won the last Ultra Street Fighter 4 major at Capcom Cup 2015 [1] , where he went through the bracket undefeated, with wins over Gustavo "801 Strider" Romero, Benjamin "Problem X" Simon, Du "NuckleDu" Dang, Lee "Infiltration" Seon-woo, Daigo Umehara, and finally a 3-2 victory over Daigo Umehara again in the grand finals. In 2015 Kazunoko also won CEO and placed second at Canada Cup.

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier G Tournament Team Result Prize
2018-03-18 A44th A2Major Final Round 2018 Adult GohanGoku BlackVegeta 1 : 2 JapanAdult GohanCellVegetaGO1 $750
2017-10-08 A22nd A1Premier TWFighter Major 2017 Cammy 1 : 3 JapanUrienDogura $3,000
2017-08-27 A33rd A1Premier E-Sports Festival Hong Kong 2017 Cammy $1,500
2017-07-16 A33rd A1Premier Evolution Championship Series 2017 Cammy 1 : 3 JapanAkumaTokido $9,625
2016-12-04 A33rd A1Premier Capcom Cup 2016 Cammy 0 : 3 USAChun-LiRicki Ortiz $25,000
2016-11-17 A44th A1Premier Capcom Pro Tour Asia Regional Finals Cammy 2 : 3 JapanKarinMago $1,000
2016-07-31 A22nd A2Major RAGE Vol. 2 Cammy $3,911
2016-06-25 A22nd A2Major Community Effort Orlando 2016 Sol BadguyRaven $352
2015-12-06 A11st A1Premier Capcom Cup 2015   Yun 3 : 2 JapanEvil RyuDaigo Umehara $120,000
2015-06-26 A11st A1Premier Community Effort Orlando 2015   Yun $11,448
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Trivia[edit]

  • Known for his aggressive playstyle.
  • Shows little emotion before, during, and after matches.
  • Was one of the best Ultra Street Fighter 4 players.
  • Kazunoko is also a skilled For Honor player, having won Abi Cup and other notable tournaments in Japan. [2]

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