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Watch AfreecaTV Tekken League 2017 LIVE each Fri & Sat 10pm PDT starting May 19th

A 16 man invitational that includes Knee, CHANEL, Jeonddign, qdans, kkokkoma and more.

AfreecaTV and NiceGameTV have come together to host the AfreecaTV TEKKEN League 2017 ‘ATL.’

The AfreecaTV TEKKEN League 2017 invites 16 of Korea’s best Tekken 7 players including top tournament placers in both domestic and international tournaments from 2016-2017 such as TEKKEN STRIKE. Knee, Chanel, Kkokkoma, Qudans, and many others will be joining the tournament.

ATL will begin on Friday, May 19th (PDT) starting with four groups in the Round of 16, the Round of 8 on 6/2 (PDT), and the top 4 Finals played out on 6/16 (PDT) for a total prize pool of 6,000,000 KRW (~$5300 USD).

As the console release of Tekken 7 is approaches, ATL is expected to bring a lot of hype with high level gameplay. Fans of Tekken will be able to watch the tournament in person at the NiceGameTV Sindorim studio in Seoul, South Korea. AfreecaTV will be live streaming the even on their site as well as bringing the tournament to the global audience live via the AfreecaTV Global platform.

Catch all of the action live at 10:00pm PDT on Fridays and Saturdays. Full schedule and details below.

Watch the AfreecaTV TEKKEN League 2017 Live: (Global Stream) (Korean Stream)

About AfreecaTV

AfreecaTV is a social media platform that anyone from anywhere can use to broadcast live from PC and mobile devices. Founded in 2006, AfreecaTV is the #1 live streaming platform in South Korea. To make it accessible to global users and to expand on our success, AfreecaTV Global launched in 2015 and everyone can enjoy AfreecaTV’s original eSports content and various streams such as K-Pop, mokbang and social. For more info, visit AfreecaTV Global Website .

Aziz Peregrino-Brimah aka Zee the CEO | Founder / Editor-in-chief of TekkenGamer | Gaming has been a passion of Zee's since the early days of Atari and ColecoVision. His first experience with Tekken was in the early 90's, and it was Tekken 3 that sealed the deal. True story... As a teenager Zee once received his Winn-Dixie paycheck and spent it all at the arcade the same day. Needless to say, his mother wasn't pleased.


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