- 01 February 2019
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DVK scraps US university plans; opts to remain in Kenya
TEKKEN 254 founder and president Davy Kamanzi, also known as DVK, announced in a tweet today that his plans to attend university in the United States, which had long been known within the community, "have changed," adding that he'll be "staying in Kenya." Explaining his decision, he added that "personal circumstances just didn't favour that route."
So I guess I can say this now...plans to head to 'Murica for uni have changed and I'll be staying in Kenya. Personal circumstances just didn't favour that route and I feel I have a lot to accomplish here with @itstekken254 and other plans I've got in the works.— Davy Kamanzi / DVK (@DavyK17) January 2, 2019
The decision leaves DVK available to continue running events with TEKKEN 254 and compete in Season Three of the TEKKEN 254 Circuit. He qualified for the Season Two Finals in second place overall with 65 points, but came fourth in the Savanna Majors after losing to eventual runner-up AlphaPlay | PR1EST (now known as AlphaPlay | Kolovrat) in the Losers' Semi-Final.