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    • Hajime "Tokido" Taniguchi is currently ranked as the #1 Street Fighter V eSports player in the world per SRK Data eSports player rankings.Street Fighter-Wikipedia
    • Despite scoring highly during the Capcom Pro Tour, Infiltration and Tokido were eliminated during the preliminary rounds without a single win.Capcom Cup 2016-Wikipedia
    • The Grand Finals was a showdown between Japan's Hajime "Tokido" Taniguchi and the United States's Victor "Punk" Woodley.Evo 2017-Wikipedia
    • This gave players such as Hajime "Tokido" Taniguchi, who had finished second to Infiltration at three separate events, a higher winning chance.Stunfest 2016-Wikipedia
    • No. 1 seed and Evo 2017 champion Taniguchi "Tokido" Hajime dropped out early during the tournament, alongside various other high-seeded players.Capcom Cup-Wikipedia
    • Stunfest was followed by the South East Asia Major in June, where Hajime "Tokido" Taniguchi qualified for the Capcom Cup after losing to Mago in the Grand Finals.Capcom Cup 2015-Wikipedia

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