1st place - 1,000,000 yen and "Blue Revo Ruler" ingame title.
2nd place - 300,000 yen and "Blue Revo Finalist" ingame title.
3rd place - 100,000 yen and "Blue Revo Best 4" ingame title.
However, Blue Revo is a 3 on 3 tournament, the money will be split between members. The prize-winners will also have to join Arc System Works's future activities. And if you only count player-organized tournaments, TOPANGA League is still No.1.
This news is good for Japanese players, but bad for Capcom's image. Capcom is well-known for not giving any prize money. In the latest official national tournament, the best prize was certificates, trophies, ingame titles, and 17,000 yen arcade sticks.
As expected, we made a list for you to compare.
- Blue Revo (team, 2012) - 1,000,000 yen
- TOPANGA League (single, 2012) - 555,555 yen (related post)
- GODSGARDEN Online #2 (single, 2010) - 500,000 yen
- GODSGARDEN #4 (single, 2011) - 250,000 yen
- GODSGARDEN #3 (single, 2011) - 200,000 yen
- GODSGARDEN #5 (single, 2012) - 100,000 yen
- Official Tekken 6 tournament Japan Round (single, 2010) - 100,000 yen
- GODSGARDEN Classic (single, 2011) - 50,000 yen
- LG Cup SF4HD Japan qualifier (single 2012) - $600 (50,000 yen)
- Nippon e-sports Agency's Soulcalibur V tournament (single, 2012) - 50,000 yen