Rangchu

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Player Information
Romanized Name:
Jeong Hyeon-ho
Country:
Status:
Active
Approx. Total Earnings:
$9,615.35
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Achievements
Tekken_World_Tour_Finals/2018
History
2018-05-23 - 2018-12-03

Jeong "Rangchu" Hyeon-ho is a South Korean Fighting Games Player.

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He is a winner of the Tekken World Tour Finals in 2018, defeating established Korean players like Jeondding, Chanel, Knee and finally Qudans in a Bracket-Reset to win the title. He has most notably used Panda for a majority of his career which is a character normally considered to be lower tier amongst the Tekken community. He also achieved a Top-8 finish at EVO 2018 using the same character, finishing 5th-6th overall at the event.

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Date Placement Tier G Tournament Team Result Prize
2019-05-19 A55 - 6th A1Premier Battle Arena Melbourne 11   Katarina AlvesPanda 0 : 2 South KoreaKazumi MishimaUlsan $84.09
2019-05-12 B2025 - 32nd A1Premier ROXnRoll Korea 2019   Katarina Alves $0
2019-04-21 A99 - 12th A1Premier Tekken Grand Battle 2019   Katarina AlvesPanda $0
2019-04-14 A55 - 6th A2Major DamagermanY 2019   Katarina AlvesPanda 0 : 3 South KoreaShaheenLowHigh $0
2018-12-02 A11st A1Premier Tekken World Tour Finals 2018 PandaKumaGeese HowardFeng Wei 3 : 1
3 : 1
South KoreaDevil JinQudans $7,500
2018-09-16 A44th A2Major REV Major 2018 Panda 1 : 2 South KoreaDevil JinQudans $100
2018-09-09 A33rd A1Premier Tekken Grand Battle 2018 PandaLing XiaoyuJosie Rizal 2 : 3 South KoreaAlisa BosconovitchChanel $872.66
2018-08-05 A55 - 6th A1Premier Evolution Championship Series 2018 Panda 1 : 2 South KoreaDevil JinQudans $308.6
2018-06-16 A22nd A2Major Tekken World Tour Taiwan Challenger PandaJosie RizalLing Xiaoyu 1 : 3
0 : 3
JapanSergei DragunovNoroma $250
2018-06-10 A44th A1Premier Fighting Games Challenge 2018 PandaJosie RizalLucky Chloe 0 : 2 South KoreaDevil JinKkokkoma $500
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

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