The Evo Championship Series 2019 is set for August 2, and the tournament organizers have laid out when viewers can tune in for all of the action going down at the Mandalay Bay.
Featuring various titles including Tekken 7, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter and new Championship Sunday headliner Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Evo 2019 is going to be packed with intense matches.
Although it’ll be tough to stay on top of all of the weekend’s festivities, we’ve brought everything a fan would need to make sure they don’t miss any of the ridiculous comebacks or epic pop-offs that are bound to happen at this year’s event.
Where and when is Evo 2019?
The 2019 iteration for Evo is going to run from the weekend of August 2 to August 4, beginning every day at 10 a.m. PST / 1 p.m. EST / 7 p.m. BST.
Evo 2019 will take place at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada featuring the world’s top fighting game players.
How to watch Evo 2019?
For those not making the trip to Sin City for Evo’s lineup of matches, viewers can tune in to one of the many (many) Twitch channels that will be showing off all the action they can capture throughout the day.
But if viewers don’t prefer scrolling through various Twitch tabs in search for an epic matchup, they can find all relevant channels that will be running the event live below.
Watch live video from evo on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from evo2 on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from evo3 on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from evo4 on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from evo5 on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from evo6 on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from evo7 on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from evojumpoff on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from CapcomFighters on www.twitch.tv
Evo 2019 schedule and matches
Like noted before, there are going to be a lot of games at Evo 2019.
While not every FGC fan likes to tune into all games, here are the important times to jot down in case you’re looking to catch the events unfold on a specific title.
Most popular games at Evo 2019
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, a game of constant debate within the community, is easily the most popular game at Evo with 3,530 entrants.
In second place is Street Fighter V with 1,952 entrants, which just had a massive leak that was confirmed by Capcom which adds three new fighters into the game.
For the first time ever, Smash will be closing out Evo, which proves just how far it has come in the community and it also features the biggest entrants in the tournament.
The Evo 2019 commentator roster
While fans will be expecting the action unfolding to hype them up, sometimes a play needs a bit more in-depth analysis to truly understand what’s going on.
To accomplish this the Evo 2019 organizers put together an expansive lineup of commentators, to get hyped along with the thousands who will be tuning in.
FGC fans are going to have a lot of Evo streams to catch-up on, but it’ll be well worth it to catch all of the moments the annual event produces.