Ryan Hart

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Ryan Hart
Final Round 17 Street Fighter IV and Virtua Fighter V Champion.jpg
Ryan Hart after he won Final Round 17 Premier Event and Virtua Fighter V anniversary in 2014
Personal information
Born (1979-02-06) 6 February 1979 (age 40)
HometownLondon
NationalityEnglish
Nickname(s)Prodigal Son, Tsuujin, The Terminator, Drrrry
Professional career
Current teamNone
GamesSuper Street Fighter II Turbo
Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix
Street Fighter III 3rd Strike
Ultra Street Fighter IV
Street Fighter V
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Street Fighter X Tekken
Tekken 2
Tekken 3
Tekken 4
Tekken 5
Tekken 5 Dark Resurrection
Tekken 6
Tekken 7
Tekken Tag Tournament
Tekken Tag Tournament 2
Virtua Fighter 3
Virtua Fighter 4
Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution
Virtua Fighter V Final Showdown
The King Of Fighters '94
The King Of Fighters '95
The King of Fighters '96
The King of Fighters '97
The King of Fighters '98
The King of Fighters '99
The King of Fighters 2002
The King of Fighters XIII
Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat II
Mortal Kombat (2011 video game)
Mortal Kombat X
Capcom vs. SNK 2

Ryan Joseph Hart (born 6 February 1979) also known as Prodigal Son, Tsuujin, The Terminator, NeriahSensei and Drrrry is a British professional fighting game player. He specialises in 2D and 3D fighter games released by Capcom, Bandai Namco, Sega, Midway, NetherRealm Studios and SNK. Ryan holds numerous National, European and World titles and has won the Evolution Championships twice[1]. Hart also holds four world records within the Guinness World Record's for most international Street Fighter competition wins, most well-travelled fighting game champion, the longest winning streak on Street Fighter IV[2], and the most consecutive opponents on Street Fighter V[3]. While Hart is predominantly known for his professional gaming career, he is also a commentator, tournament organiser, author, presenter, event host, model, translator and content creator.

Early life[edit]

Ryan Joseph Hart was born and raised in South West London. At the age of 10 he visited his local arcade at a mini cab station, it was here that he was first introduced to his first arcade action game, Golden Axe. A year later he discovered the fighting games Street Fighter and Street Smart. When amusement arcades grew in popularity within the UK, Hart became a frequent visitor to the different arcades located around his local area, where he started to play Street Fighter and Street Fighter II: The World Warrior, among other games. During his secondary school years, Hart's family relocated to Croydon in South London, where he frequently visited arcades and began to gain local reputation among classmates and arcade visitors.[4]

Career[edit]

Hart has worked in many different areas of the Esports industry, these include (but not limited to) professional player, tournament organiser, team manager, caster, interviewer, consultant, coach and content creation.

Outside of Esports, Hart has also worked for many years in the video game industry, for companies such as Sammy Europe, Sega Europe and Nintendo of Europe[5].

Professional player[edit]

Early career[edit]

Hart's first tournament was for the game Street Fighter II Turbo, held in London Trocadero in 1994, the event was sponsored by Kiss FM. It was also during this time he began to play King of Fighter '94, a year later Hart entered the National King of Fighter '95 Championship hosted by Play 2 Win arcade on Oxford Street, London. Unsuccessful in both tournaments Hart began to visit central London to play with more experienced players, it was there that he was introduced to Tekken and Tekken 2. It was with Tekken 2 that Hart had his first success, entering the Tekken 2 UK National Tournament, where he placed 4th with the character King.

With the release of The King of Fighters '96, Hart entered the National King of Fighters 96' Championship in December 1996. This was the first competition that Hart won, defeating the player Motohide Nishio in the grand finals thus cementing his name among the King of Fighters community. Hart began to explore other fighting games, having huge success with Sega's Virtua Fighter 3, winning nine championships in a row at the Namco Wonderpark located in Central London. With the release of Tekken 3, Hart became the UK national champion, and even appeared on the UK's GameMaster TV show competing against the player Sho[6] from Japan within the grand final, which he unfortunately lost.

In 1998, Hart won the Ehrgeiz UK championship and a flight to Japan to compete in the Ehrgeiz World Finals, he was defeated but during his time in Japan, he entered and won the King of Fighters '98 World Tournament held at the Amusement Machine Show in Tokyo Big Sight. While still in Japan, Hart placed first in three Tekken 3 tournaments held at Shinjuku Playmax arcade. Adding to Hart's success within Japan, he also placed second at the Virtua Fighter 3 tournament held in Ikebukuro Gigo arcade. After returning to the UK, Hart entered the 1999 Official Namco Tekken 3 World Championship[7], it was there where he managed to win his second world title and one of the last Sony/Namco collaborated events within the Namco Station arcade.

2000–2010[edit]

After the closure of the Namco Wonderpark, Hart began to frequently visit Play 2 Win and Casino arcade within the city of London, shifting his focus from Tekken 3 and The King of Fighters, he started to play Tekken Tag Tournament and the newly released Virtua Fighter 4. During the arcade decline within the UK, Hart began to organise tournaments within his own home[8], Casino arcade[9] and London Trocadero,[10] in an effort to support the competitive fighting game community and share knowledge. The success of these events lead to a weekly ranking battle held at the Casino arcade.[citation needed]

Hart competed at Fuce Championship on 15 October 2000, for the Tekken Tag Tournament console tournament held in Amsterdam, placing first by defeating Sandro Aousdji from Italy in the grand final.[citation needed]

In 2001, Hart competed at the Euro 3 tournament for Tekken Tag Tournament[11] held in Birmingham, placing second. In the same year, Hart flew over to the United States for the first time to compete within the Electric Cancel 3 tournament; Hart placed third within the main tournament due to a faulty controller, but later in the event played against the American Tekken Tag Tournament champion JOP to a first to 26 exhibition, winning 26–21[12]. Hart had great success at the Euro 4 arcade tournament held on 26 July within the Extraball Arcade, Rome, Italy, winning on Tekken Tag Tournament.[citation needed]

Hart came to more success in 2002, winning first place in Tekken Tag Tournament and third place in SoulCalibur II at Absolution UK 2002.[13] 2002 is also the year where Hart won his first Capcom vs. SNK 2, Virtua Fighter 4 and Tekken 4 tournaments.[citation needed]

Hart won multiple Virtua Fighter 4 and European Tekken Tag Tournament events within 2003 including Torneo di Napoli, Tekken Tag Tournament (solo) at Euro 5 (also winning Tekken 3 and Tekken Tag Tournament (pair play)) and Toreno di Ancona[14], thus cementing his name as the best European Tekken and Virtua Fighter 4 player at the time. This lead to Hart entering the Tekken Tag Tournament event held at Evolution 2003 within California placing second,[15] losing to Kim Bong Min in the grand finals[16]. Before the events of Evolution 2003, Hart challenged the Korean and Evolution 2003 champion Kim Bong Min to first to 26, winning the set 26-21, with this win Hart became the first European player ever to defeat a Korean champion on a Tekken game. Hart also had success playing Virtua Fighter 4, winning the Warriors Unite Pre-Absolution 2004 event that took place on December 2003, defeating Japanese player Jun within the grand finals[17]. Hart also entered Virtua Fighter 4 at Evolution 2003 tournament placing 3rd[15][18].

In 2004, Hart continued to have success within Tekken Tag Tournament, placing first at Torneo di Napoli 2nd Edition and second at Absolution UK 2004[19]. It was also within this year that Hart would have his largest tournament win to date at the famous Evolution 2004[20] Championship tournament, Hart defeated Unconkable in the grand finals thus taking his third world championship[15][21]. While at the Evolution 2004 Championship Hart also placed 4th on Virtua Fighter 4 defeated by the US champion, ShouTime, and 5th on Tekken 4. The same year Hart took first place in Tekken 4 at Torneo di Fano[19]. Hart also managed to place first within Virtua Fighter 4 at Absolution UK 2004 defeating Delune within the grand final.[22]

2005 saw a new introduction to the Tekken franchise; Tekken 5. Hart continued to compete and place well within European tournaments, winning the Official Bandai Namco UK Championship then winning Ultimate Tournament Volume 4[23] within France and achieving 2nd at Torneo Olandese and Olanda 2005, while also still competing within Tekken Tag Tournament with the same placement.[24] At Evolution 2005 Championship, Hart fought his way in Tekken Tag Tournament to the grand finals where he purposely forfeited his winner bracket match for an unknown reason, but still fought his way to the grand final, placing 2nd[25] and claiming his second silver medal from the Evolution Championship Series. 2005 also saw Hart take on a new challenge, Street Fighter III: Third Strike. Hart took the community by storm, winning both the Southgate Showdown and Chasing Dragon tournaments.

In 2006, Hart displayed one of his most dominant years to date by going almost completely undefeated on seven different games and losing only a handful of events. Hart was successful multiple different tournaments for games such as Street Fighter III: Third Strike, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Hyper Street Fighter II, Tekken Tag Tournament, Tekken 5, The King of Fighters 2002 and Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution. Hart continued to be a prominent figure within the Tekken 5 scene within 2006, with 1st place wins at Torneo Roma, Roma, Torneo Francia,[26] Ultimate Tournament Volume 5,[27] Euroslash Poland[28] and a 3rd place finish at Ultimate Tournament Volume 6[29]. 2006 was also the same year that Hart and his teammates became the first ever Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike European players to qualify for the Tougeki Championship held in Japan, also known as Super Battle Opera, winning the 3 on 3 European SBO qualifier held in France.[30] [31] Unfortunately, one of Hart's teammates pulled out before the Super Battle Opera finals for personal reasons, and Hart's team was forced into a 2 vs 3 handicap match, which they lost. Hart also qualified for Tekken 5 at Super Battle Opera by winning the SBO qualifier held in Stuttgart.

Hart won Torneo Roma in 2007 defeating the player Liquid and also defeated Steve88 in Tekken 5[32] to win the event on both days. These were some of the last regular events before Namco introduced an update to Tekken 5 entitled Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, with this new entry, tournaments began to run the newer iteration of the game and Hart transitioned over to compete. He later managed to secure 4th place at Ultimate Tournament Volume 8[33] and 3rd place at Ultimate Tournament Volume 9.[34] Hart had more success winning Iron Man 2[35], E-Games Festival and Super Battle Opera European Qualifiers, this also became the third time that Hart qualified for the Japanese fighting game event. Hart also won 1st place at Super VS Battle 2007[35] for Hyper Street Fighter II and 3rd place at Summer Showdown.[36] Additionally at Summer Showdown, Hart placed 1st on Virtua Fighter 5 and Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. Hart continued to show winning strides on Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike as he took 1st place at Ranking Battles 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3. Winning E-Games Festival, Iron Man, Netko Finals, Rome Tournament and placing 2nd at CPTL Paris Fighting Festival, Brussels Tournament and Fighters Day 3 hosted by the production company Unequalled Media.

2008 was a great achievement within Harts's career, it was this year that Hart would go on to win Evolution 2007 for the game Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, defeating Paco "Gandido" Vilaró within the grand final[15] to secure his fourth world championship and truly cement his name as one of the best Tekken players within the world. While also winning Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, Hart also saw success within Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike placing 7th.[15] And once again had success within The King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match by placing 3rd at Rebirth 2008. Hart would also go on to win the Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection Giessen Tournament, defeating the Polish champion Devil. 2008 also saw a new introduction to the Street Fighter franchise with the release of Street Fighter IV in Japanese arcades, with this release fighting games quickly became a mainstream genre again and revitalising the fighting game community.[37] 2008 also marks an interesting moment in Hart's career, during the Battle of Destiny event, Hart played the American Justin Wong in what ended up being possibly the most memorable match of all time in European Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike history. At an even score of 1-1, Wong playing Chun-Li had Hart cornered on the ground with no health. As Hart was getting up, Wong attempted to low forward into super resulting in Hart's Yun being defeated via chip-damage, however Hart parried every single hit and won the round in a similar fashion to the infamous Daigo Umehara Evolution #37 moment[20]. Hart became the second person ever to parry Wong's Chun-Li super during a main stage match.[38]

Hart continued to have success In 2009 for Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection winning Torneo Spagnolo[39] in Vigo, Spain. Within the same year Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion would be introduced to the console market, Hart would go on to place 3rd at DreamHack Sweden 2009[40]. 2009 would also be the year that Street Fighter IV was finally released on home consoles, with this release Hart was quick to compete and win multiple tournament such as DreamHack Sweden 2009[40] in Sweden, Impact 2009, Max Damagermany, Cinemasters Tournament, Insomnia i37, Capcom SFIV National Championship[41] and Capcom SFIV European Championship[42]. He also managed to secure 3rd place at Super VS Battle 2009[43]. Hart also placed 1st on Street Fighter III: Third Strike at Max Damagermany and Super VS Battle 2009.

2010 – present[edit]

With the release of Super Street Fighter IV in 2010, Hart was already considered one of the best players in Europe, continuing to increase his reputation by winning ECL 1 - Liverpool 2010[41], DreamHack Winter 2010[44], Beat By Contest Qualifier, Ultimate Clash, Ultimate Clash 2, Winner Stays On League and VSFighting[45]. Placing 2nd at Super VS Battle 20X[46] and 360Gaming twice, 3rd at DreamHack Summer 2010[42], and 7th at World Cyber Games 2011[47]. Even with the success of his placements within Super Street Fighter IV, Hart would continue to compete within other games such as Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix placing 2nd at VSFighting[45] and 2nd within Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike at Super VS Battle 20X. He would also continue to compete within Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion placing 3rd and 4th at World Game Cup 2010[39] and VSFighting[45].

2011 saw the announcement for Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, and with this announcement Hart competed less within Super Street Fighter IV as events faded away in prepare for the new iteration, Hart entered a handful of tournaments; DamaGermany 2011 (3rd)[48], World Game Cup 2011 (3rd)[47], and Beat by Contest 2011 (9th)[49]. He also competed and won European Gaming League 4 (Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike)[50], the Winner Stays On League and 360 Gaming twice (Super Street Fighter IV). Hart also managed to secure 2nd at Red Fight District 2011 (Super Street Fighter II Turbo). In June 2011, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition was released to home consoles and along with it, a new game for Hart to continue his gaming success. Hart managed to win DreamHack Summer 2011[51] and Super VS Battle 20XI[52] while placing 2nd at DreamHack Winter 2011[53] and the European Gaming League 4[54]. Hart also managed to place 7th and 9th respectively at Red Fight District 2011[55] and Canada Cup 2011[56]. Hart would also continue to play Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion, finishing 1st at 360 Gaming twice again, 2nd at Canada Cup 2011, 5th and 7th at Max Damagermany 2011 and Evolution Championship 2011[57], while also placing 2nd at Shadowloo Showdown 2011[58] for Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown. This would also be the year that Hart got his first Guinness World Record for defeating 169 people in a row. Hart accomplished this using the character Sagat, with his fastest victory being just a mere 7 seconds. This lead to Hart being featured within the Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition 2011.[59]

2012 was a very busy year for Hart within Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, he managed to win multiple events; Berlin Campus Party, Ultimate Clash 13, Bushido Impact International 2v2, Proving Grounds 4[60], EGL 8 2v2, Hypespotting[61] and WinnerStaysOn Xmas Special[62], while also placing 2nd in four tournaments; Bushido Impact International II[63], European Gaming League 8[64], Kuwait Battle Royale 2012[65] and DreamHack Winter 2012[66]. This would also be the same year that Hart supported the creation of the Esports team Western Wolves, under his Low Land Lion manager, team Western Wolves would become a subsidiary of Low Land Lions, this was due to the manager of Low Land Lion wanting to separate his international players with Benelux based players thus Low Land Lions then became a strictly Benelux based team. Hart who created the name for the new team Western Wolves would also lead the team and was responsible for bringing in new players such as Seon Woo "Infiltration" Lee, Ryan "Laugh" Ahn from South Korea[67], Femi "F-Word" Adeboye and Andreas Demetriou from the UK.[68] Hart believed these players to have potential, he especially expressed Lee's potential after he visited South Korea and spent some personal time with Lee and Ahn. Hart's belief was proven true as each player went on to be a champion, Lee and Ahn both went on to win Evolution 2012 Championship for the game Street Fighter X Tekken with Lee also taking the title for Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition[69], Demetriou would go on to win DreamHack Valencia[70], with Adeboye winning World Game Cup team tournaments and Winner Stays On singles events. Hart's other results would see him placing 17th at Evolution Championship 2012[71] and Shadowloo Showdown 2012[72], 3rd at Street Fighter 25th Anniversary UK[73], 9th Capcom Cup Tokyo Game Show[74], 4th at Stunfest 2012, DreamHack Energizer[75], and 5th World Game Cup 2012[76]. Hart would continue to compete and place well within other Capcom games such as Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike placing 2nd at Hypespotting, Street Fighter X Tekken placing 1st at Stunfest 2012, Max Damagermany Europe and Cross Up tournament which Hart won three times in a row. He managed place 2nd at Hypespotting, DreamHack Summer and 9th at Shadowloo Showdown 2012.This was the same year that a new introduction to the Tekken franchise would take place, with the release of Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Hart would continue his dominance within the new title, winning 1st place at Proving Grounds 4[77], European Gaming League 8[78], Kuwait Battle Royale 2012[79] and Insomnia i46 - Madcatz UK Championship[80], not contempt with competing in so many games Hart won Hypespotting's Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown event and came 2nd at Shadowloo Showdown 2012[58]. Hart also had success on Tekken 6 with winning Snake Pit 3v3, coming 2nd at Damagermany Crash and 5th at the Tekken Rules Tournament in Venezuela. Hart would expand his gaming results further by playing The King of Fighter XIII and winning the European Gaming League 8[81] while also placing 2nd at Hypespotting[61]. 2012 would also be the year that Hart was featured in the Guinness World Records 2012 Gamers Edition book for holding three records within Street Fighter; Most International Street Fighter Competition Wins, Most Tournament Wins in Street Fighter, and the Longest Winning Streak on Street Fighter IV.[2]

Controversy stuck Hart in 2012, which would see him temporarily suspended by his current sponsor Western Wolves for a tweet he posted after losing to his teammate MCZ|Mago at the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary UK event stating "Thank you very fucking much Madcatz. Sending Mago to beat his team mate. Great teamwork! Last time I fucking help any of you."[82], Hart would apologise minutes later for the incident with the tweet "I know everyone likes a bit of drama, but I'm sorry Mad Catz. I just said that out of frustration to my loss. Everyone knows Mad Catz rock!".[83] When addressing the tweet, Hart has stated that the tweet was directed at his in-game loss but it had a deeper underlying meaning. Grown frustrated with the lack of support he had felt despite his efforts supporting team’s needs, even at his own expense. As there was no salary attached to the role, Hart often paid for things from his own pocket. Hart wanted to express some frustration towards the sponsor without exposing them completely publicly, hence using the game loss as an angle. Hart has agreed that his action hadn’t been the right decision at the time. Some reports said that Hart been indefinitely suspended, however, this was never the case. Due to what Hart had been through and what he had done for the team, Hart was reinstated back into Western Wolves – who were sponsored by Madcatz, after only a month of suspension. His first event back under the Western Wolves banner was the Alienware Championship in January 2013, where he won both the qualifier and the finals itself.

Hart continued to be very active within 2013, as well as winning the Alienware Championships Hart also scored wins at DreamHack Valencia 2013[84], Ludus Magnus Gaming, Paris World Warriors, World Game Cup 3v3, Stunfest 2v2 and Razer Fighting Championships[85] for Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition. Along with these victories, Hart placed 2nd at a number of different events such as Da Ultimate Crushing[86], Final Round 16[87], Treta Aftermath[88], Wednesday Night Fights, DreamHack Valencia and VSFighting 3. His other results would be DreamHack Winter 2013[89] (5th), Capcom Cup UK Play Expo (3rd)[90], Community Effort Orlando 2013 (12th)[91], VXG 2013 (5th)[92], Evolution Championship 2013 (33rd)[93], DreamHack Summer 2013 (3rd)[94], Paris World Warriors - 2v2 (3rd), Stunfest 2013 (4th)[95] and World Game Cup 2013 (7th)[96]. This year would also see Hart continuing with his victories within Tekken Tag Tournament 2, winning VSFighting 3, IGN Con Bahrain and Treta Aftermath[97], Super Street Fighter II Turbo winning VSFighting 3, and placing 2nd in Super Turbo Sunday V[36] and VSFighting 3 2v2 event, along with placing 3rd for Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix at Electronic Dojo @ Play Expo[36]. Hart would also win competitions in The King of Fighters XIII at 360 Gaming and also came 3rd on Injustice: Gods Among Us, adding yet another competitive game to his list. Hart also competed in exhibition matches held at the Capcom London office in May, dubbed Frame Trap x Capcom FT10, which saw him defeat fellow UK players Benjamin "Problem X" Simon and Andreas. Hart would also find himself without a sponsor mid-way though the year after Team Western Wolves disbanded on 17 August, Western Wolves would officially close it doors on 20 December 2013.[98][99]

2014 was the last year of Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition before Ultra Street Fighter IV was released on 3 June 2014[100], but this did not stop Hart from being proactive within the game. He managed to secure victories at a number of events including but not limited to Ultimate Fighting Game Tournament 10[101], Warriors Return 3, Republic of Fighter 3 (3v3), International Video Game Cup 2014 (5v5), Final Round XV[102], Winner Stays On Invitational, Super Vs Battle 2014, Road To Ultra 2014 and Next Level Battle Circuit #71[103], along with multiple 2nd places at International Video Game Cup 2014[104], International Video Game Cup 2014 (3v3), Next Level Battle Circuit #72[105] and Republic of Fighters 3[106]. Hart still maintained great results in other Capcom fighter such as Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix with 1st place at Triple Threat Volume 10, IGN Con Dubai Arcade Cafe Tournament and International Video Game Cup 2014, 2nd place finish at Gigacon and 4th place at VSFighting 4[45], Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike winning Shadowloo Showdown V[107] and Triple Threat Volume 10 while placing 2nd at Proving Grounds 4[108] and 3rd at Stunfest 2014. June 2014 also saw the introduction of a new sponsor for Hart, with Team Dignitas picking him up[109] which he would only stay with until December 2014 when Team Dignitas left the fighting game scene[110]. In the six months Hart was with Dignitas, he won 20 medals across four continents for the team, leading to speculation of this being the most championships any Dignitas player has ever won within a six-month period. With the eventual release of Ultra Street Fighter IV later within the year, Hart took 1st place at Warriors Return 3, Bracket Reset, Gigacon (2v2), Keep It Classy and Triple Threat Volume 10[111], while placing 2nd at Street Grand Battle 2014[112], DreamHack Valencia 2014[113], ROF[114], Ultimate Fighting Game Tournament 10[101], Shadowloo Showdown V[107], DreamHack Stockholm 2014[115], Hypespotting 3[116] and The Luffy Beatdown Special[117]. Hart still managed to compete within different titles at events winning Tekken Tag Tournament 2 at IGN Con Dubai, International Video Game Cup 2014 and Hypespotting 3[118] while obtaining 3rd place finishes at Wednesday Night Fights[119] on both Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Ultra Street Fighter IV. Hart also had a 4th place finish at VSFighting 4[45], a 2nd place finish at Hypespotting 3[118] for The King of Fighters XIII and competing in his last Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown tournaments with 1st place victories at International Video Game Cup 2014 and Final Round XVII[102].

2015 would be the final year of Ultra Street Fighter IV being the main game of the Capcom franchise. This did not hinder Hart from competing within multiple events around globe, winning Bracket Reset 21[120], IGN Con Qatar finishing 3rd place within Topanga Charity Cup EGX 2015[121], Stunfest 2015 (2v2) and Kakutop League II[122], along with 4th place finishes at DreamHack Summer 2015[123], Milan Games Week[124], Hypespotting 4[125], Ouka Ranbu Cup[126] and Kakutop League I[127]. Hart also took 3rd place at Stunfest 2015 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike tournament. 2015 would also be Hart's last event for Tekken Tag Tournament 2 taking 1st place at Canada Cup[128].

2016 welcomed the new release of Street Fighter V and a lot of fresh new competition with it. Hart was very active during the first year of the new games release, winning Bracket Reset 59[129], Take TV Take's Dojo, Fight Club NRW and placing 2nd at Lockdown 2016[130], EGX 2016[131] and Paris Games Week Invitational[132]. Along with these results Hart secured 3rd and 4th place victories at events such as Kuwait Battle Royale 2016[133], Celtic Throwdown 2016[134], VSFighting 2016[135], and Cannes Winter Clash 2016[136].

Hart started to focus more on his private life and this led him competing a lot less than he had previously at this point, but also allowed him to be more active within different areas of the Esports industry. In 2017 he only entered a handful of events for Street Fighter V with his best result being 1st at Take TV Weekly, Meltdown Weekly and Greek Empire Tournament, additionally Hart placed 3rd at TakeDojo X-Mas 2017[137]. within this same year, Hart casually picked up the new Bandai Namco game; Tekken 7, where he placed 9th at Hypespotting 6[138].

Hart continues to compete within fighting game events but to a lesser extend as he continues to grow his career within other areas, he still enters events for Street Fighter V and Tekken 7 with his best results of 7th (Tekken 7) and 9th (Street Fighter V) at Brussels Challenge Major 2018[139][140], Headstomper 2018[141] and Fight Club NRW 2018[142].

Team manager[edit]

Hart has managed Western Wolves as a team leader during the team's run[68]. Western Wolves closed its doors on 20 December making Hart and all team members free agents.[99][98]

Caster[edit]

Hart has been a caster for multiple different events including Pokkén's Nationals[143], Black Label ESports Masters[144], World Cyber Games, Capcom Pro Tour, GamesCom Dragonball Fighter Z Tournament,[145] and the Tekken World Tour[146].

Presenter[edit]

Hart works as a host and presenter for variety of gaming events, shows and TV such as ESL[147]

Content creator[edit]

Hart works as a content creator for ESL's main products, such as ESL One, IEM and ESL Pro League. Among Ryan's long career within the Esports industry he has had the opportunity to co-author a book and write articles for his own blog and Ars Technica [148]

Tournament organiser[edit]

Since 2001 Hart has also setup and ran many tournaments during his time within the competitive fighting game scene including but not limited to TTT 1 Crackdown[9], SBO Netko[10], Chasing Dragon 3s Tournament[8], VF4 Feet Bribe[149], 50 Man Trocadeo KO Showdown, 3S Neko RB Season[150], Prodigal Summit, Namco Station Tekken 5 Bi-Weeklies, USA vs Europe SF4 Showdown[151] and the Venezuela Tour 2012[152]. Hart currently hosts the community initiative Silent V Trigger within Germany to help local players improve.[153]

Some achievements[edit]

Year Tournament Game Place Note
1994 London Trocadero UK Championship Super Street Fighter II Turbo Did not place
1995 Play 2 Win The King of Fighters '95 Did not place
1996 Tekken 2 UK National Tournament Tekken 2 4th
Tekken 2 Pub Crawl Tournament Tekken 2 1st
National King of Fighters '96 Championship The King of Fighters '96 1st
1997 Star Player Showdown #4 Tekken 3 3rd
Star Player Showdown #3 Tekken 3 1st
Star Player Showdown #2 Tekken 3 1st
The King of Fighters '97 UK Championship The King of Fighters '97 1st
Namco Wonderpark Tournament Real Bout Fatal Fury Special 2nd
1998 Namco Wonderpark 2v2 UK Championship Tekken 3 3rd
GamesMaster TV Challenge Tekken 3 2nd [6]
Tokyo Playmax Tournament Tekken 3 1st team
Tekken 3 1st
Playmax Tournament Tekken 3 1st
N64 Open Tournament Tekken 3 1st
Ikebukuro Gigo Weekly Virtua Fighter 3 2nd
Star Player Showdown Volume 6 Virtua Fighter 3 1st
Star Player Showdown Volume 5 Virtua Fighter 3 1st
Star Player Showdown Volume 4 Virtua Fighter 3 1st
Star Player Showdown Volume 3 Virtua Fighter 3 1st
Star Player Showdown Volume 2 Virtua Fighter 3 1st
Star Player Showdown Virtua Fighter 3 1st
The King of Fighters '98 UK Championship The King of Fighters '98 2nd
Amusement Arcade Show King of Fighters '98 World Championship The King of Fighters '98 1st
Ehrgeiz UK Championship Ehrgieiz 1st
1999 Namco Tekken 3 World Championship Tekken 3 1st [7]
2000 Fuce Championship Tekken Tag Tournament 1st
2001 Euro 4 Tekken Tag Tournament 1st
Electric Cancel 3 Tekken Tag Tournament 3rd
Euro 3 Tekken Tag Tournament 2nd [11]
Copenhagen Clash Virtua Fighter 3 1st
2002 UK Heat Championship Tekken 4 1st
Absolution Luton Tekken Tag Tournament 1st
Babylon Cafe Tournament Virtua Fighter 4 1st
Capcom vs. SNK 2 UK Tournament Capcom vs. SNK 2 1st
2003 Warriors Unite Tekken 4 4th
Virtua Fighter 4 1st
Evolution Championship 2003 Tekken Tag Tournament 2nd [15]
Virtua Fighter 4 3rd
Torneo di Ancona Tekken Tag Tournament 1st [14]
Euro 5 Tekken Tag Tournament 1st teams
Tekken Tag Tournament 1st [14]
Tekken 3 1st
Torneo di Napoli Tekken Tag Tournament 1st
PlayStation Experience Virtua Fighter 4 1st
I Love VF Tournament Virtua Fighter 4 2nd
Paris Salon de I'Imaginaire Virtua Fighter 4 1st
Feet Bribe Volume 2 Virtua Fighter 4 1st
2004 Torneo di Fano Tekken 4 1st [19]
Evolution Championship 2004 Tekken 4 5th
Tekken Tag Tournament 1st [15]
Virtua Fighter 4 4th
Absolution UK Tekken Tag Tournament 2nd [19]
Virtua Fighter 4 1st
Torneo di Napoli Tekken Tag Tournament 1st [19]
Gamezville TV Challenge Virtua Fighter 4 1st
Manchester University VF4 Tournament Virtua Fighter 4 1st
Pre-Absolution Virtua Fighter 4 1st
2005 Gamers Day 2005 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 3rd [154]
Virtua Fighter 4 1st [35]
Chasing Dragon Tournament Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
UK Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Ranking Battle #4 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Golden Gunman Southgate Challenge Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Console League Tournament Tekken 5 1st
Neo Empire Tournament 2 Tekken 5 2nd
Neo Empire Tournament Tekken 5 2nd
Tekken Tej Tournament 3 Tekken 5 2nd
Olanda 2005 Tekken 5 2nd [24]
Tekken Tag Tournament 5nd [155]
Torneo Olandese Tekken 5 2nd [24]
Tekken Tag Tournament 2nd [155]
Official Namco National Championship Tekken 5 1st
Ultimate Tournament 4 Tekken 5 1st
Evolution Championship 2005 Tekken Tag Tournament 2nd [15]
Hardedge VF Tournament Virtua Fighter 4 1st
2006 Firebug Third Strike Tournament Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Brussels 3S Tournament Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 2nd
SBO European Qualifiers Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Tekken 5 1st
Versus 2006 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Tekken 5 1st
Tekken Tag Tournament 1st
Virtua Fighter 4 1st
Belgian Fighting Tournament Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Tekken 5 1st
Pre-Road to Japan 2006 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Stuttgart Ranking Battle Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Stuttgart Tournament Street Fighter Alpha 3 1st
Fighters Day 2 The King of Fighters 2002 1st [35]
Fighters Day Hyper Street Fighter II 1st [35]
Torneo Roma Tekken 5 1st [26]
Roma Tekken 5 1st
Tekken Tag Tournament 1st
Ultimate Tournament 6 Tekken 5 3rd
Euroslash Poland Tekken 5 1st [28]
Torneo Francia Tekken 5 1st [26]
Ultimate Tournament 5 Tekken 5 1st
World Games Cup 2006 Tekken 5 1st
2007 Rome Tournament Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
UK Ranking Battle 4.6 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 4th
UK Ranking Battle 4.3 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
CTPL Paris Fighting Festival Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 2nd
Fighters Day 3 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 2nd [35]
E-Games Festival Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 1st
UK Ranking Battle 4.2 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
UK Ranking Battle 4.1 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Netko Finals Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Iron Man 2 Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 1st [35]
Iron Man 1 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Capcom vs. SNK 2 3rd
Summer Showdown 07 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Hyper Street Fighter II 3rd [36]
Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 7th
Virtua Fighter 5 1st [35]
Super VS Battle 2007 Hyper Street Fighter II 1st [36]
The King of Fighters 2002 3rd [35]
Roman Tekken Tournament Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 3rd
Ultimate Tournament Volume 9 Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 3rd [34]
Ultimate Tournament Volume 8 Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 4th [33]
Torneo Roma Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 1st [156]
Tekken 5 1st
SBO European Qualifiers Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 1st
2008 Battle of Destiny Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Win 2-1 Justin Wong Exhibition
Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 3rd
Genkai Season 2.8 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Evolution Championship 2008 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 7th
Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 1st [15]
Super VS Battle 2008 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 3rd [35]
Hyper Street Fighter II 4th
Only the Best Naples Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 5th
Giessen DR Tournament Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 1st
Vienna Ranking Battle Tournament Tekken 5 1st
Tekken Tag Tournament 1st
Namco Station Nottingham The King of Fighters '99 1st
Rebirth 2008 The King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match 3rd
2009 Neo Empire UK Championship Street Fighter IV 2nd
Neutrons Cinemasters SFIV National Tournament Street Fighter IV 1st
Capcom SFIV European Championship Street Fighter IV 1st [40]
Capcom SFIV National Championship Street Fighter IV 1st [43]
Insomnia i37 Street Fighter IV 1st
DreamHack Sweden 2009 Street Fighter IV 1st [157]
Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 3rd [32]
Super VS Battle 2009 Street Fighter IV 3rd [158]
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Capcom vs. SNK 2 2nd
Impact 2009 Street Fighter IV 1st
Max DamaGermany 2009 Street Fighter IV 1st
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Official Namco National Championship Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 1st
Torneo Spagnolo Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 1st [159]
2010 Ultimate Clash 2 Super Street Fighter IV 1st
VSFighting Super Street Fighter IV 1st [45]
Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix 2nd
Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 4th
World Cyber Games 2011 Super Street Fighter IV 7th [160]
DreamHack Summer 2010 Super Street Fighter IV 3rd [42]
DreamHack Winter 2010 Super Street Fighter IV 1st [44]
360 Gaming Super Street Fighter IV 2nd
ECL 1 - Liverpool 2010 Super Street Fighter IV 1st [41]
Super VS Battle 20X Super Street Fighter IV 2nd [46]
Street Fighter IV 2nd
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 2nd
World Games Cup Masters Series Qualifier Super Street Fighter IV 1st
Beat By Contest Qualifier Super Street Fighter IV 1st
Exceed Street Fighter IV 1st
Max DamaGermany 2010 Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 6th
World Game Cup 2010 Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 2nd [39]
2011 Evolution Championship 2011 Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 7th [57]
360 Gaming Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st
Super Street Fighter IV 1st
Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 1st
The King of Fighters XIII 2nd
Ultimate Clash 10 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st
DreamHack Summer 2011 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st [51]
Super Street Fighter IV 1st
DreamHack Winter 2011 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [53]
European Gaming League 4 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [54]
Super Street Fighter IV 1st
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st [50]
Red Fight District 2011 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 7th [55]
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 3rd
Super Street Fighter II Turbo 2nd
Super VS Battle 20XI Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st [52]
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 2nd
Canada Cup 2011 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 9th [56]
Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 2nd
Ultimate Clash Xtreme Super Street Fighter IV 2nd
UGC Super Street Fighter IV 1st
Max DamaGermany 2011 Super Street Fighter IV 3rd [48]
Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 5th
World Game Cup 2011 Super Street Fighter IV 3rd [47]
Street Fighter IV 3rd
Beat by Contest 2011 Super Street Fighter IV 9th [49]
Relentless Championships Super Street Fighter IV 1st
Mortal Kombat (2011) 1st
Insomnia i44 Super Street Fighter IV 1st
Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 2nd
Stunfest 2011 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Snake Pit Found 4 Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 1st
Tekken Force Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion 2nd
Shadowloo Showdown 2011 Virtua Fighter 5 2nd
Mortal Kombat UK Championship Qualifier Mortal Kombat (2011) 1st
2012 WinnerStaysOn Xmas Special Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st [62]
Evolution Championship 2012 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 17th [71]
Virtua Fighter 5 8th [154]
Street Fighter 25th Anniversary UK Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 3rd [73]
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 4th [161]
Super Street Fighter II Turbo 5th
DreamHack Winter 2012 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [66]
Kuwait Battle Royale 2012 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [65]
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 1st [79]
European Gaming League 8 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [64]
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 1st [78]
The King of Fighters XIII 1st [81]
Capcom Cup Tokyo Game Show Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 9th [74]
Bushido Impact International II Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [63]
Hypespotting Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st [61]
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 2nd
Street Fighter X Tekken 2nd
Virtua Fighter 5 1st
The King of Fighters XIII 2nd [61]
Stunfest 2012 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 4th
Street Fighter X Tekken 1st
Virtua Fighter 5 2nd
Proving Grounds 4 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st [60]
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 1st [77]
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 2nd [108]
DreamHack Energizer Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 4th [75]
Shadowloo Showdown 2012 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 17th [72]
Street Fighter X Tekken 9th
Virtua Fighter 5 2nd [58]
Skullgirls 7th
World Game Cup 2012 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 5th [76]
Ultimate Clash 13 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st
The King of Fighters XIII 1st
Berlin Campus Party Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st
Cross Up Gamerbase #3 Street Fighter X Tekken 1st
Cross Up Gamerbase #2 Street Fighter X Tekken 1st
Cross Up Gamerbase Street Fighter X Tekken 1st
Insomnia i46 Tekken Tag Tournament 2 1st [80]
2013 VSFighting 3 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd
Super Street Fighter II Turbo 1st
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 1st
Wednesday Night Fights Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd
DreamHack Winter 2013 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 5th [89]
Capcom Cup UK Play Expo Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 3rd [90]
Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix 3rd [36]
Treta Aftermath Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [88]
Street Fighter X Tekken 3rd [97]
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 1st
Community Effort Orlando 2013 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 12th [91]
VXG 2013 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 5th [92]
Evolution Championship 2013 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 33rd [93]
DreamHack Summer 2013 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 3rd [94]
Razer Fighting Championships Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st [85]
Stunfest 2013 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 4th [95]
Street Fighter X Tekken 1st [162]
World Game Cup 2013 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 7th [96]
Final Round 16 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [87]
Vitrua Fighter 5 1st [163]
DreamHack Valencia 2013 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st [84]
Da Ultimate Crushing Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [86]
Super Turbo Sunday V Super Street Fighter II Turbo 2nd [36]
2014 Evolution Championship 2014 Ultra Street Fighter IV 25th [164]
The Luffy Beatdown Special Ultra Street Fighter IV 2nd [117]
Capcom Cup 2014 Ultra Street Fighter IV 5th [165]
E3 Invitational Ultra Street Fighter IV 5th [166]
Ultra Street Fighter IV 1st Edition Select
VSFighting 4 Ultra Street Fighter IV 4th [45]
Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix 4th
Super Street Fighter II Turbo 4th
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 4th
Wednesday Night Fights Ultra Street Fighter IV 3rd [167]
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 3rd [119]
Community Effort Orlando 2014 Ultra Street Fighter IV 9th [168]
Hypespotting 3 Ultra Street Fighter IV 2nd [116]
The King of Fighters XIII 2nd [118]
Hadocon VI Ultra Street Fighter IV 9th [169]
SCAN Ultra Street Fighter IV Invitational Ultra Street Fighter IV 3rd [170]
Gigacon 2014 Ultra Street Fighter IV 3rd [171]
Super Street Fighter II Turbo 2nd [172]
DreamHack Stockholm 2014 Ultra Street Fighter IV 2nd [115]
Shadowloo Showdown V Ultra Street Fighter IV 2nd [107]
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st
Virtua Fighter 5 2nd [173]
Triple Threat Volume 10 Ultra Street Fighter IV 1st [111]
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike 1st [174]
Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix 1st [36]
ROF #3 Ultra Street Fighter IV 2nd [114]
Ultra Street Fighter IV 1st [114] 3v3 Teams
DreamHack Valencia 2014 Ultra Street Fighter IV 2nd [113]
DreamHack Summer 2014 Ultra Street Fighter IV 9th [175]
E3 2014 Ultra Street Fighter IV 1st [176] Edition Select
Ultra Street Fighter IV 5th [177]
Street Grand Battle 2014 Ultra Street Fighter IV 2nd [112]
Ultimate Fighting Game Tournament 10 Ultra Street Fighter IV 2nd [101]
Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st [178]
Republic of Fighters 3 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [106]
Stunfest 2014 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 5th [179]
Apocalypse in Paris 3 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 4th [180]
Final Round XVII Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st [102]
Virtua Fighter 5 1st
Next Level Battle Circuit #72 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [105]
Next Level Battle Circuit #71 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 1st [103]
International Video Game Cup 2014 Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition 2nd [104]
Super Street Fighter II Turbo 1st
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 1st
Virtua Fighter 5 1st
Dubai IGN Con Arcade Cafe Tournament Super Street Fighter II Turbo 1st
2015 Evolution Championship Ultra Street Fighter IV 25th [181]
DreamHack Winter 2015 Ultra Street Fighter IV 9th [182]
Street Grand Battle 2015 Ultra Street Fighter IV 9th [183]
Kakutop League III Ultra Street Fighter IV 5th [122]
Kakutop League II Ultra Street Fighter IV 3rd [127]
Kakutop League I Ultra Street Fighter IV 4th [184]
Red Fight District 2015 Ultra Street Fighter IV 9th [185]
KO Fighting Game Festival Ultra Street Fighter IV 17th [186]
DreamHack London 2015 Ultra Street Fighter IV 5th [187]
Double KO Summer 2015 Ultra Street Fighter IV 7th [188]
Ouka Ranbu Cup Ultra Street Fighter IV 4th [126]
Bracket Reset 21 Ultra Street Fighter IV 1st [120]
Stunfest 2015 Ultra Street Fighter IV 13th [189]
Hypespotting 4 Ultra Street Fighter IV 4th [125]
Milan Games Week Ultra Street Fighter IV 4th [124]
Red Fight District Ultra Street Fighter IV 9th [190]
EGX 2015 Ultra Street Fighter IV 3rd [121]
DreamHack Summer 2015 Ultra Street Fighter IV 4th [123]
Red Bull Kumite Ultra Street Fighter IV 13th [191]
SXSW Gaming Fighters Invitational Ultra Street Fighter IV 9th [192]
Cannes Winter Clash 2015 Ultra Street Fighter IV 9th [193]
IGN Con Qatar Street Fighter IV 1st [194]
Canada Cup Tekken Tag Tournament 2 1st [128]
2016 Evolution Championship 2016 Street Fighter V 49th [195]
Capcom Cup 2016 Street Fighter V 25th [196]
DreamHack Summer 2016 Street Fighter V 9th [197]
Paris Games Week Invitational Street Fighter V 2nd [132]
Fighting Game Challenge 2016 Street Fighter V 7th [198]
EGX 2016 Street Fighter V 2nd [131]
Cannes Winter Clash 2016 Street Fighter V 3rd [136]
Ultra Street Fighter IV 4th [199]
FrogByte Street Fighter V 7th [200]
Fight Club NRW Street Fighter V 1st
FFM Rumble 9 Street Fighter V 7th [201]
Sonic Boom Summer Edition Street Fighter V 9th [202]
VSFighting 2016 Street Fighter V 4th [135]
Celtic Throwdown 2016 Street Fighter V 4th [134]
Fighting Games Challenge Street Fighter V 7th [203]
Lockdown 2016 Street Fighter V 2nd [130]
Capcom Pro Tour Online Event: Europe Two Street Fighter V 13th [204]
Bracket Reset 59 Street Fighter V 1st [129]
Kuwait Battle Royale 2016 Street Fighter V 3rd [133]
2017 FFM Rumble 10 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 13th [205]
TakeDojo X-Mas 2017 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 3rd [137]
Tekken 7 13th [206]
EGX 2017 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 49th [207]
VSFighting 2017 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 17th [208]
Super Street Fighter II Turbo 5th [209]
Tekken 7 25th [210]
Take TV Weekly Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 1st
Fight Club NRW 8 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 17th [211]
Geek Empire Tournament Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 1st
Hypespotting 6 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 33rd [212]
Super Street Fighter II Turbo 2nd [213]
Tekken 7 9th [138]
ELEAGUE Street Fighter V Invitational Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 17th-24th [214]
2018 EGX 2018 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 25th [215]
Fight Club NRW 2018 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 9th [142]
Headstomper 2018 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 9th [141]
VSFighting 2018 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 17th [216]
Super Street Fighter II Turbo 5th [217]
Brussels Challenge Major 2018 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 9th [139]
Tekken 7 7th [140]
Evolution Championship 2018 Tekken 7 25th [218]
2019 Brussels Challenge Major 2019 Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 33rd [219]
DamagermanY 2019 Tekken 7 Win 10-3 FT10 Exhibition match vs RIP
Evolution Championship 2019 Tekken 7 49th

Media Appearances[edit]

Year Title Production Genre
2018 Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Documentary[220] Capcom Documentary
2017 Fox5 News on ESL[221] Fox 5 Interview
FOOD RUN - Ryan Hart and Zorine te do LA Food Trucks[222] Yahoo VLOG
2013 Ryan Hart: How to be a Video Game Master[223] BBC Interview
2012 Street Fighter Champion Ryan Hart - Record Holder Profile[2] Guinness World Records Interview
2011 More Than A Game Street Fighter Documentary[224] Pretty Good Productions Documentary
1998 GameMaster [6] Channel 4 Entertainment

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