By the end of the Fourth Round it was Edward who appeared to have the competition in the metaphorical bag. With three first-placed finishes, from the first four rounds, his ten-points gave him an advantage over his rivals; Aldo had seven-points, Max had three-points, Bruno and Felipe both had two, while the others had yet to score. What happened then was a dip in form for Edward while a more consistent Aldo was able to score one first-placed finish and three second-placed finishes over the next four rounds. It was this form that secured Aldo the competition with one game remaining, as he scored points in all of the nine tournament games except Sonic 3. The final round (Arcade Classic: Ultrapong) was more for pride as Edward narrowed the winning margin to just two-points. Bruno, who finished in third, was a long way behind the top two. He took third-place after claiming two-points in the final round and relegating Max to fourth. Geovani ended up in fifth, with three-points, which he acquired by winning Round Eight (Blockout). Felipe, Rodrigo Mosquem and Ozlean accumulated just two-points each throughout the competition, while Rodrigo Manzano held up the table with no-points - although he came close to scoring in both rounds four and eight.