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Street Fighter pro strikes down sexism with "Sword of Equality."

Tania Miller urges the FGC to cut down sexism.

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Kenny Omega takes stage at CEO Tekken 7 Royal Rumble.

New Japan Pro Wrestling's Kenny Omega arrives to a rousing ovation at fighting game event Community Effort Orlando.

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Wrestling ring set up for CEO 2017.

Ever wonder how a full size wrestling ring is setup? It takes about 20 people and a lot of boards. However, this ring is not going to be used for wrestling. It's being setup for CEO 2017, a fighting game tournament happening this weekend in Orlando.

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Farbod Esnaashari and Alex Valle face off at E3.

Farbod Esnaashari and Alex Valle, one of the most influential game players among the fighting game community, play Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite at the Capcom booth at E3.

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Freddie Prinze Jr. defeats Marcus Scribner in their Injustice 2 matchup.

Freddie Prinze Jr. defeats Marcus Scribner in their Injustice 2 tournament matchup and Prinze Jr. celebrates by playing to the crowd and putting on his hawk mask. Video by Jovan Buha

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Maryland-Virginia-based esports broadcaster VGBootcamp has signed Super Smash Bros. Melee player Rishi "Rishi" Malhotra, formerly known as "SmashG0D", VGBootcamp co-founder and president Calvin "GimR" Lofton told ESPN Tuesday. With the signing, the team will release fellow Smasher Daniel "ChuDat" Rodriguez, who is set to sign elsewhere in the coming days. Lofton told ESPN that his organization is signing the 62nd ranked Melee player as a result of "vast improvement" and confidence he can rise to higher placements at competitions in the coming months.

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Ninjas in Pyjamas has parted ways with long-time entry fragger Adam Friberg following an extended slump from the organization's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squad over the last year, the team announced on Monday. It has replaced Friberg with Fredrik "REZ" Sterner, a Swedish player formerly of Epsilon eSports. Friberg competed with the team beginning in 2012, including its victory at the ESL One Cologne 2014 Major and runner-up finishes at ESL One: Katowice 2014 and 2015 and DreamHack Winter 2014.

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