Dragon Ball is mostly about power-ups, energy waves, and long battles. Perhaps there’s no fan of the franchise out there who never pretended to go Super Saiyan, but did you know that some people would actually take it too seriously?
Dragon Ball FighterZ is a fighting game that’s not much different from the classic Dragon Ball formula. You can play the game in order to land devastating blows against your opponents as you step in the shoes of Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, Gohan, Frieza, Majin Buu, and many others.
DBFZ tournament defeats are hard to accept
It seems that losing in a tournament of the Dragon Ball FighterZ game is something that some people cannot grasp. It happened recently when a defeated player took his frustration to the next level. Rather than accepting defeat gracefully, the young lad physically lashed out at fans who were cheering for his opponent, as Essentially Sports has discovered.
Although the player was quickly restrained, the incident highlights the intense emotions that can arise in open bracket tournaments, where anyone can compete, and the pressure to win can be overwhelming. The player’s actions included slamming the desk, throwing away his headphones, and even breaking his own fight stick, revealing a lack of sportsmanship in the face of defeat.
The footage has been posted in a tweet, so feel free to watch it!
The number of participants in Dragon Ball FighterZ tournaments can vary depending on the scale of the event. Usually, tournaments for Dragon Ball FighterZ attract a diverse range of participants, from local community gatherings to large-scale national or international competitions.
Smaller tournaments may have dozens of participants, while major events can draw hundreds or even thousands of players. The size of the tournament is often determined by factors such as the capacity of the venue, the popularity of the game in the region, and the level of organization and promotion behind the event.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is currently available for numerous platforms, such as Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Windows PC, as well as Xbox Series X and Series S.