Over the past few months, we’ve seen the opening of a new season for the SF Pro League. First Japan kicked off, and more recently we’ve learnt some details and roster for the SF 6 Pro league USA. Europe so far has been quiet, but that’s just changed. We’ve just seen the Street Fighter Pro League Europe get its full details announced. We know when the event is kicking off plus all six of the teams representing Europe for this fighting game esports tournament.
The Pro league is a different take on professional SF. Rather than the 1-v-1 matches that dominate competitive fighters, this is played in teams. While fights aren’t doubles or anything, the team structure definitely changes the balance. It takes more than just a single top SF 6 player to carry a squad to victory here. The entire team has to be competing on another level. We’ve now seen the Europe side of the Pro League fully confirmed for the 2023 season.
Street Fighter Pro League Europe Gets Full Details Announced
Capcom has had a flurry of news lately for competitive Street Fighter. First, they announced the timing of the Capcom Cup X Grand Finals, after a lengthy build-up to the biggest event. For the League, we’ve got a full idea of what’s happening in Europe now. The tournament series will start back up from Friday November 17. It’ll feature six different European squads, competing head-to-head. There’s been quite a bit of change in players and rosters here. These are all of the teams that we’ve had announced.
BK ROG Esports
- Lord Venom
- JoKeR JoKeZ
- Problem X
Those are all of the squads we’ll see in the Street Fighter Pro League Europe. The tournament starts up pretty soon. We’ll get to see all these top European players competing regularly once it all kicks off.