The biggest weekend in the fighting genre kicked off just a short while ago and we at Shoryuken want to help ensure that everyone in attendance at Evo, as well as those viewing it from home, have all of the necessary information to get the most out of the experience. Whether you just made it out of your pools, recently fired up one of the many official streams, or if you’ve got sweaty palms while awaiting your first match at a major, you’re sure to find something of use below!
First, for live results from the event, be sure to keep an eye on our results page. If you’d like to keep your own magnifying glass on the brackets as they are reported to judges, Bavo Bruylandt of SRK Rankings fame has put together a helpful tool designed for just that purpose.
If you’re looking for some insights into this weekend’s events, here are a handful of discussions on some of the games you’ll be seeing and the players to look out for:
If you’re new to fighting games, it can be difficult to keep up with what’s going on. Even if you’re a seasoned veteran in one particular title, viewing top-level action in a new game may prove overwhelming. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up a some guides to help ease viewers into the hype. You can find them at the links below.
If you’re watching all of the action from home and are looking for something to fill the late night hours when official Evo broadcast streams have gone offline–or if you’re looking for something to run on a tertiary monitor–check out these fighting game community documentaries.
For additional information surrounding Evo 2016, head over to the official site!