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Glossary

A guide to the stats that are posted on this site. This will be updated as needed.

Progression of a contest: Capcom Pro Tour contests are defined as Matches, Games, Rounds. Street Fighter League contests are defined as Matches, Sets, Games, Rounds.

What stats are included on this site: For the Capcom Pro Tour, only matches that happen within the final eight (Top 8) are included. This refers to when there are four players remaining in the winners (upper) bracket and four players remaining in the losers (elimination) bracket. It also includes any tournaments where eight players start from the winners bracket, with no entrants in the losers bracket.

Bracket progression is as noted in the database. Championship matches are defined as Grand Final and Reset Final and are considered separate matches with their own separate data.

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MW: Matches Won

ML: Matches Lost

GW: Games Won

GL: Games Lost

RW: Rounds Won

RL: Rounds Lost

Time: Elapsed time is tallied, not time remaining.

50CB: Mid-round comebacks. If a player gets hit and drops to less than 50 percent health remaining and is trailing at that very moment in the round, does the player come back to win the round? A tally goes to the player if that is correct.

25CB: Late-round comebacks. If a player gets hit and drops to less than 25 percent health remaining and is trailing at that very moment in the round, does the player come back to win the round? A tally goes to the player if that is correct.

50 Leads: Mid-round leads. If player does damage to his or her opponent and sends them to less than 50 percent health remaining and is leading at that very moment in the round, a tally goes to the player if that is correct.

25 Leads: Late-round leads. If player does damage to his or her opponent and sends them to less than 25 percent health remaining and is leading at that very moment in the round, a tally goes to the player if that is correct.

50CL: Mid-round closeouts. If a player gets a mid-round lead, does that player win the round? A tally goes to the player if correct.

25CL: Late-round closeouts. If a player gets a late-round lead, does that player win the round? A tally goes to the player if correct.

50BL: Mid-round blown leads. If a player gets a mid-round lead, does that player lose the round? A tally goes to the player if correct.

25CL: Late-round blown leads. If a player gets a late-round lead, does that player lose the round? A tally goes to the player if correct.

Example 1: Punk vs Tokido, Northern California Regionals reset final. Game 5, Round 3. (30:49)

With 84 seconds remaining, Tokido sends Punk to less than 50 percent health and has the lead. At this point, Tokido has a mid-round lead.

With 65 seconds remaining, Tokido sends Punk to less than 25 percent health remaining and still has the lead. Tokido now also has a late-round lead.

Tokido wins the round with 47 seconds remaining. Tokido is credited with 0 mid-round comebacks, 0 late-round comebacks, 1 mid-round lead, 1 late-round lead, 1 mid-round closeout and 1 late-round closeout. The time is noted as 52 seconds.

Example 2: Punk vs Tokido, Northern California Regionals grand final. Game 3, Round 2. (9:23)

With 70 seconds remaining, Tokido sends Punk to less than 50 percent health and has the lead. At this point, Tokido has a mid-round lead.

With 60 seconds remaining, Punk sends Tokido to less than 50 percent health remaining.

With 54 seconds remaining, Punk sends Tokido to less than 25 percent health remaining and has the lead. At this point, Punk has a late-round lead.

Punk wins the round with 46 seconds remaining. Tokido is credited with 0 mid-round comebacks, 0 late-round comebacks, 1 mid-round lead, 0 late-round leads, 0 mid-round closeouts, 0 late-round closeouts and 1 mid-round blown lead. Punk is credited with 1 mid-round comeback, 0 late-round comebacks, 0 mid-round leads, 1 late-round lead, 0 mid-round closeouts and 1 late-round closeout. The time is noted as 53 seconds.

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Seasons: The Capcom Pro Tour is divided into the regular season (Capcom Pro Tour events) and the postseason (Capcom Cup). The Last Chance Qualifier tournament is unofficially part of the postseason, however it is included in regular season totals because the winner had yet to earn a spot in the Capcom Cup.

Stats from the 2016 season are of only Premier-designated events and Evolution.

Monitors: 0 means the tournament was played online. 1 means the players competing in the match had to use the same monitor for viewing (also known as Side-to-Side). 2 monitors mean the players competing in the match viewed the game from their own monitor (also known as Head-to-Head).

Win Probability: Based on similar situations within the designated league, what are the chances a player or team wins the match at each point played?

Each player or team starts with a win probability of .500, meaning each has a 50 percent chance of winning the match. The win probability changes with each outcome of the contest until it is decided. A .000 win probability means a player has no chance of winning or had lost the match. A 1.000 win probability means a player will win or has won the match.

For the Capcom Pro Tour as of 6/15/2019, data from the 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 seasons are used to form the win probability. The percentages are then updated with each match played and added to the database. An update to every match will be done at the end of each season.

Pythagorean Record: The "projected record." This is a player's win-loss record based on a player's game won-loss differential. A player who wins more games but has fewer match victories to show for it might have a higher pythagorean record.

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Character names: The following names are used in replacement of the names of the characters in the North American version of Street Fighter V:

* M. Bison: Dictator
* Balrog: Boxer
* Vega: Claw

Akuma is used for that specific character

Player names: As of July 2019, two player names have been changed

Jones Arcade is now Shaquille
Yukadon is now Fujimura

Please email if a name needs to be changed in the database.

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