iPlayWinner Releases Fighting Game Community Database, Still Accepting Submissions

By on October 21, 2013 at 4:00 pm
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iPlayWinner’s Harrison recently released the large database of fighting game communities that the larger scene has contributed to their project over the past three weeks. Included in the spreadsheet are communities from all across the globe, encompassing countries like the United States, Canada, Brazil, the Philippines, Australia, the United Kingdom, and many more. If you’re looking for a group to join, be sure to follow the link below and see if you can find one nearby.

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This database is still a work in progress, so feel free to contact Harrison if you would like to have your local scene included in the list. The various ways to get in touch with him can be found over on iPlayWinner.

Source: iPlayWinner

  • BlackMasamune

    This should be stickied somewhere on the SRK frontpage permanently, but there should also be a specific section listing what games each scene plays.

    • Andrew St. Andrew

      they should just have a world map like google maps that you can just type in your address and find all the different streams and sites in your area, as well as easy ability to add them. just have somebody moderate each state/area to ensure that they are accurate and up to date.

  • Osirun

    Excellent work from all who compiled and contributed.

  • Sauron

    The games that each scene plays could be added in the notes.

  • TwitchyGuy

    This is an awesome idea.

    • Surprised it took only 10yrs after the internet boom to figure this out, cause SRK clearly has no Idea how to network with the local scenes. I mean the guys @ IPlayWinner said it best on their podcast, “trying to dig thorugh the SRK Regional Matchmaking is like looking for a needle in a haystack.