Chris G Disqualified: The Real Story

By Unknown on Thursday, March 6, 2014 with 4 comments

Los Angeles, CA (USA) -- Socal Regionals (SCR), a major fighting game tournament which transpired this past weekend, is rife with controversy concerning the reported "special treatment" given to Christopher "Chris G" Gonzales by LevelUp Series owner and SCR tournament organizer Alex "Calipower" Valle. Christopher Gonzales was first disqualified after showing up late to the tournament pools of his preferred game Ultimate Marvel VS Capcom 3, sending him to the losers bracket, and was subsequently disqualified a second time after arriving late to tournament match. However, Alex Valle acquiesced to Christopher Gonzales's pleas for a re-entry into the tournament to the distraught of many critics who believed that Christopher Gonzales was receiving preferential treatment due to his gaming skill.

FGCNN's research team took the initiative to investigate the truths surrounding this ordeal. What they discovered was an astonishing, heroic tale of which only a person of Christopher Gonzales's moral character could make remotely believable.

As Christopher Gonzales was making his way to his pools on the first day of SCR, an elderly man exiting a nearby grocery establishment appeared lost. Christopher Gonzales, never the one to think of only himself, kindly offered to guide this man home. "I couldn't remember where I needed to go," said Julius, the wheelchair-bound man, "but right then, a young man came and saved me with one of those new space phones and goggle maps. I would've been stranded there forever!" This unexpected act of heroics would result in Christopher Gonzales being tardy to his pools match, causing a disqualification.

On the second day of SCR, a small fire broke out in the UC Irvine campus kitchen, prompting a campus facilitator to pull the alarm. Christopher Gonzales, serendipitously nearby when the crisis occurred, rushed to the local fire station to rally the residing volunteer firemen. "[Christopher Gonzales] came here, out of breath, and alerted us to the situation.", said Brian Turner, the local volunteer Fire Station Chief. "We saved dozens of lives because of his willingness to rush down a problem instead of being lame and fighting it from afar."

After hearing of these shocking, yet selfless reasons for his lack of Alex "Calipower" Valle rewarded Christopher Gonzales's unwavering gumption for bettering the world with the restoration of his tournament spots. "I knew that there was a solid reason for [Christopher Gonzales] to be late. I even made a side-bet with a colleague that [his tardiness] wouldn't be due to him being a lazy dumbass and not setting his alarm clock", said Alex Valle. He then put his cash away and threatened a random tournament spectator that'd he'd have him removed from the venue if he partook in any side-betting.

Christopher Gonzales chose to keep this information private due to his humble nature. However, as altruistic his silence may be, many will choose to believe that Christopher "Chris G" Gonzales is nothing more than an arrogant, entitled diva living off his girlfriend's parents' dime. We here at FGCNN beg to differ.


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Unknown said...
March 6, 2014 at 5:24 PM

We all knew that Chris G was a generous man and FGC role model, and this report is a testament to that. No wonder they call him ChristG.

So many of his good deeds are swept under the rug, like that time Chris treated all those Japanese players to french fries. Thank you FGCNN for clearing the name of an innocent man. Truly the most trusted name in news.

Unknown said...
March 6, 2014 at 6:47 PM


Unknown said...
March 6, 2014 at 9:07 PM

Best of luck to Guilty Gear Sherry and her flavor of the month ChrisG at the upcoming Final Round.

We hope our sister network FGCNN will continue its excellent coverage and uncover any collusion that might threaten the integrity of this fine event.

Unknown said...
March 11, 2014 at 9:32 PM

And false witness? Step it up fgcnn and as always, much appreciated.