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After compiling data from 94 offline events, including majors, invitationals, and any bracket with over 64 entrants, the PGstats algorithm has ranked the top 50 players in the history of Dragon Ball FighterZ, dating back to its release. For questions about the process, visit the FAQ. To go back to the list home page and see what has been published so far, click here.
The countdown of the greatest Dragon Ball FighterZ players of all time concludes below. Less than a decade later, he has emerged as an international star thanks to his DBFZ play.
Using a plethora of teams throughout his career, Dekillsage's staple squads have revolved around both versions of Gohan, Android 16, Gotenks, Super Saiyan Goku, and most notably, Z Broly. His already outstanding was just a prelude for what would bring, though, as Dekillsage stepped up to the plate in a big way.
Evo continued his trend of massive improvement, as his run ended just a match shy of Top 8, a full five rounds better than his 49th-place performance at the same event in Dekillsage's grind continued to pay dividends when he took third place at this year's World Tour Finals with wins over Kazunoko and Supernoon in the process.
At South East Asia Major, Moke claimed SonicFox as his next big profile victim in a Top 16 nailbiter that allowed him to make it all the way to grand finals. In what was the last we saw of the best Trunks in the world, Moke didn't manage to secure a spot for 's World Tour Finals after coming close in the fourth of four LCQs against Fenritti. Despite his failure to reach the finals, Moke established himself as one of the game's greats in Season 1 and was one of the strongest players the community had the pleasure of seeing compete.