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Street Fighter pro-player NuckleDu wins tournament, donates winnings to Hurricane Irma victims

Du "Liquid|NuckleDu" Dang took his third Street Fighter V Capcom Pro-Tour victory this weekend, coming first at the annual DreamHack event, which took place in Montreal.NuckleDu has had little problem convincing people he is one of the world's best SFV players. Originally crowned Capcom Cup champion 2016, he has since go on to place his main man Guile in the top spot of three major tournaments this year.
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