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Nobi

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Player Information
Name:
Daichi Nakayama
Birth:
January 25, 1991 (1991-01-25) (age 29)
Country:
Status:
Active
Years Active:
2015 - 2020
Team:
YAMASA
Approx. Total Winnings:
$90,866
Games:
Tekken
Links
Achievements
Evolution_Championship_Series/2015/T7
History
2016-01-29 - Present

Daichi "Nobi" Nakayama is a Japanese Tekken player currently playing for YAMASA.

Information[edit]

He is a former EVO Champion for Tekken 7 winning in 2015 by defeating Ao in the final, he also won that years King of Iron Fist Tournament by defeating Tekken legend Knee in the final, scooping around $45,000 worth of prize money in the process for both tournaments. Many players consider him as one of the best Dragunov players in the game along with JDCR.

Results[edit]

Tekken 7[edit]

DatePlaceEventResultPrize
2020
2020-09-21EA5thTopanga League x Tekken 7 - Season 24/3Round Robin$473
2020-06-14KA11 - 12thTopanga League x Tekken 73/4Round Robin
2020-01-26SO33 - 48thEvolution Championship Series: Japan 20200 : 2South KoreaChanel
2019
2019-12-08EA5 - 6thTekken World Tour Finals 2019Dragunov1 : 2United StatesJack-7Anakin$12,500
2019-11-09MC13 - 16thROXnRoll Dubai 20191 : 2PakistanHeera
2019-10-27GA7 - 8thTokyo Tekken Masters 2019Dragunov1 : 2JapanLawDouble$250
2019-09-29BA2ndREV Major 2019Dragunov1 : 3
0 : 3
South KoreaShaheenLowHigh$1,250
2019-08-25CA3rdFV Cup 2019DragunovFeng2 : 3PakistanAkumaAwais Honey$150
2019-08-04EA5 - 6thEvolution Championship Series 2019SteveDragunov0 : 2South KoreaSteveKnee$379
2019-06-23EA5 - 6thTGU x SEA Major Thailand 2019SteveDragunov1 : 2South KoreaKazumiSteveKnee
2019-05-19DA4thBattle Arena Melbourne 11SteveDragunov0 : 2South KoreaKazumiUlsan$650
2019-05-12IC9 - 12thROXnRoll Korea 2019Dragunov1 : 2South KoreaArmor KingJDCR
All Results
DatePlaceEventPartnerResultPrize
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All Results


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