Glenn over at Get Your Tournament put together some outstanding statistics for our first Ranbat detailing how players did through out the tournament. GYT put together a "Box Score" for a lot of different types of tournaments, and it's an interesting look at the numbers involved with different aspects of playing in a tournament.
If you're not sure what the abbreviations mean, don't worry, Glenn has a great write up of what everything means on this sheet. Click here for the full stats guide.
That said, this tournament we ran had some exceptional results. Here is a small excerpt from his article, and you can hit up GYTNews for the rest:
In the four matches he played on the stream, Sai-Kun had a perfect closeout percentage, winning all 20 rounds where he had the lead at the three-quarter mark. Add to that his .850 first-hit win percentage and .789 first-combo win percentage, and you have a tournament champion.
Sai-Kun also achieved a rare feat. He won the double-elimination tournament after losing his first match. In 10 years of competing and now reporting about tournaments, I can only name six players that have done it, none in the Street Fighter IV series.