Winning a tournament is hard, but giving all the prize money to an opponent may be even harder. Dominique “SonicFox” McLean, one of the best pro-gamer ion fighting-game scenes donated all his winning to Curtis “Rewind” McCall after dominating the Injustice 2 Pro Series Grand Final in Chicago at the end of November.

SonixFox gave all his prize money to Curtis “Rewind” McCall after winning an Injustice 2 tournament

Curtis “Rewind” McCall, who finished second place is a friend of SonicFox. They usually train together for tournaments. Unfortunately, Rewind's father is in stage 3 cancer, and he will have surgery. So it's the reason why Sonixfox gave all his prize money ($10,000) to Rewind, to help his friend's family paying for the medical treatments.

“I don't do this for the money. [McCall] is one of my good friends, one of my training partners, and I'm so very happy to have shared the stage with him.” Sonixfox said after the tournament.

Rewind said: "It was pretty surreal, and for Sonic to do that genuinely shows how good a person he is. He's one of my closest friends in the FGC, and in general he makes sure I'm taken care of. I know he's got my back."

It's a lovely action, and we should hope SonicFox will left more his mark in the fighting game scene.

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SonixFox (born March 2, 1998) is an American pro gamer. He won the first Premier title when he was only 17 years old, the ESL MKX Pro League Season 1 Finals in 2015, with a $60,000 award. Despite his dominance in Mortal Kombat X and Injustice series, he also plays another fighting games like Dead or Alike, Skullgirls, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, which makes him one of the most well known fighting-games player in the world.

Besides, SonicFox is also well known for his own fashion style, as he usually dresses some cosplay costumes when joining in tournaments. He said he always feels enjoyable playing fighting games.