Ryan "Dragon" Walker - Fighting Game Player

Ryan Walker
Date of Birth:
United States
United States
World Ranking:
Country Ranking:

Total Prize Money Earned:
$220,601.30 From 10 Tournaments
Alternate IDs:
cR|Dragon, Dragon, EVB|Dragon, Noble|Dragon


Ryan "Dragon" Walker is an American fighting game player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Injustice 2$188,975.30585.66%|$0.0000.00%|$188,975.30585.66%
Mortal Kombat X$30,874.40314.00%|$0.0000.00%|$30,874.40314.00%
Mortal Kombat XL$751.6020.34%|$0.0000.00%|$751.6020.34%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2017-11-101st» ELEAGUE Injustice 2 World Championship 2017$150,000.00Injustice 2
2.2017-07-151st» Evo 2017 (Injustice 2)$35,280.00Injustice 2
3.2016-06-113rd» ESL MKX Pro League Season 3 Finals$30,000.00Mortal Kombat X
4.2017-09-242nd» SoCal Regionals 2017 (Injustice 2)$2,258.00Injustice 2
5.2017-06-185th-6th» CEO 2017 (Injustice 2)$720.00Injustice 2
6.2017-05-285th-6th» Combo Breaker 2017 (Injustice 2)$717.30Injustice 2
7.2016-07-177th-8th» Evo 2016 (MKXL)$571.30Mortal Kombat XL
8.2016-03-202nd» Final Round 19 (MKX)$515.00Mortal Kombat X
9.2016-05-295th-6th» Combo Breaker 2016 (MKX)$359.40Mortal Kombat X
10.2016-06-265th-6th» CEO 2016 (MKXL)$180.30Mortal Kombat XL

Top Placements

2 Tournaments
2 Tournaments
1 Tournament

Other Statistics

Overall Ranking

At present, Dragon is ranked #429 in highest overall earnings, and #79 in highest earnings for players from United States.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

Out of the 10 tournaments awarding cash prizes that Dragon had competed in, the largest amount was $150,000.00 from ELEAGUE Injustice 2 World Championship 2017 on November 10, 2017. He placed 1st, making up 68.00% of his total prize money won.

$100,000 Milestone

Dragon overtook the $100,000 milestone on November 10, 2017, winning $150,000.00 and placing 1st at ELEAGUE Injustice 2 World Championship 2017. Prize money from 10 tournaments got him to that point.


No external sources of information are cited for the player. See tournament references for sources.