Epsilon and exceL are perched at the top of the Street Fighter V table after week four of the Gfinity Elite Series. Epsilon's victory over Endpoint saw the only unbeaten record come to an end.
The first game saw Rob "Broski" Livingstone sweep aside Anas "Keftaroz" Houmaid and put Endpoint in the lead. His Dhalsim was too hot to handle and Keftaroz just didn't have the answers.
The lead didn't last long, however. We sadly saw no theatrics from fan-favourite Jermaine "Jester Power" Landell this week as his Vega came agonisingly close to beating Evan "Brick" Slabic' Zangief but the Swede emerged victorious by two fights to one.
From then on, it was the Takamura show. The youngest player in the series showed that age doesn't matter in Street Fighter V as he won back to back matches, beating both GinoDaCampo and Jester.
Elsewhere, exceL continued their good form with a 3-2 victory over Team Infused. Prophecy dispatched Method Gaming 3-0 before EnVyUs finally turned up in London to move off the bottom of the table with a 3-0 whitewash of Reason Gaming.
We will be seeing more of Epsilon tomorrow as they face Infused tomorrow as we turn our attention to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Lauren "Pansy" Scott and Alex "Machine" Richardson are amongst a star-studded talent lineup that also features esteemed commentator James Bardolph.
Relive all the action from tonight's show below.