For Frost and Mickey, the Tekken254 Circuit has always been their ground for showcasing a portion of their talent. The Circuit, currently in its fourth season, has seen a lot of changes not just from the management side but player side too. Every player has improved tremendously making the competition stiffer and more entertaining to watch.
The USIU Psychology student is well known for his great knowledge of the Tekken 7 game within the Kenyan Tekken community. The current Kenyan league champion has played in all 17 tournaments winning a total of 128 Sets and losing in only 4. He boasts of a record carrying 16 tournaments and losing one to the person he will be facing in the Fight Night opener, Frost.
The humble kid has also represented Kenya in one of the Tekken World Tour Masters Event that was held in Dubai last year, a low-key move in the Kenyan Sports industry. Mickey managed a joint-65th position finish in a loaded tournament that attracted top class Tekken7 players such as Knee, Fergus, LowHigh, Ulsan and other Tekken greats.
Hardworking, humble and hungry, this is the only way we can describe him. The 20-year-old player signed to Nairobi’s up and coming Esports Organization Masters of Mayhem continues to improve in every tournament he enters. He has managed to improve his Set Wins in every season to pushing himself to a regular top-three finish alongside Mickey and DVK. He has so far participated in 15 Tekken254 sanctioned tournaments winning 80 Sets while dropping 37.
FIGHT NIGHT OPENER
The Fight Night series seeks to showcase Kenya’s growing Esports scene with a great Tekken 7 competition played by our very own Community players. The Fight Night series will have the privilege to be opened by the two players currently sitting in position one and two of the Tekken254 Circuit standings.