SPOTV Games Announces Street Fighter V Crash

By on March 21, 2016 at 9:36 am

South Korea is a country that’s known for pioneering eSports on live television. More than a few well respected games are broadcast over the nation’s airwaves, and now, Street Fighter V is set to join that list.

SPOTV Games recently announced a new show called Street Fighter V Crash. Similar to Tekken Crash before it, this program will focus on team tournaments for groups of three players, broadcast both over South Korean television and the internet.

Street Fighter V Crash will start run from April 10 to June 5 at Seoul’s Nexon Arena. A double elimination format will be in effect until top 16, where things will change to single elimination.

For those interested in joining, IPLAYWINNER has a copy of the registration form available for download that you can fill up to send to the SFV Crash directly. Take note that registration is open until March 31.

Source: IPLAYWINNER via Infiltration

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