Kane "Kaneandtrench" Heartfield has won the Tekken 7 UK & Ireland Championship.
He won the final at MCM London Comic Con 3-0 as Yoshimitsu against Fergus, who was playing as Asuka.
Kaneandtrench picked up a championship belt and a limited edition Tekken 7 press kit/console pack.
"This is amazing," Kaneandtrench said in his post-final interview with ESL.
"I never would've thought as a kid playing Tekken, that I would be on a stage like this and be one of the best in the UK.
"I didn't make this journey alone. I made it because I got involved with the UK community, I never would have done this without them, so thank you guys."
"I never would've thought as a kid playing Tekken, that I would be on a stage like this and be one of the best in the UK."
Kaneandtrench's win comes days after the Tekken World Tour was announced, which boasts a prize pool of $200,000. Players will be able to rack up ranking points and climb their regional leaderboards to attempt to qualify.
Despite the excitements of the UK finals, the Tekken 7 Championship was marred by Bandai Namco's decision to ban UK players Justin "King Jae" Nelson and his teammate C-Krizzle for 'suspected collusion', despite having any hard evidence.
Bandai Namco has promised to update the Tekken 7 UK Championship's incredibly loose and weak ruleset for next time, but the damage has already been done.
The Tekken 7 UK Championship was announced back in March. It was arranged by publisher Bandai Namco and produced by ESL.
You can check out the full broadcast of the finals below: