With Dragon Ball FighterZ being a major presence at Evo 2017, many were hoping that the announced side tournaments would be streamed as part of the event. Well, hope no more as Bandai Namco have revealed the stream schedule for their highly anticipated fighter.
Bandai Namco will be streaming its four side tournaments over on their official Twitch channel, starting today at 10am PDT and running until 1pm. They will then take an hour break, before returning at 2pm for the second tournament of the day, which will run until 5pm. Saturday will follow the same schedule, so there will be plenty of DBFZ action streaming direct to you.
Dragon Ball FighterZ producer Tomoko Hiroki will be making a brief appearance at the Arc System Works booth tomorrow at 12:30pm PDT, so expect a possible Future Trunks trailer to appear during that short presentation. The panel will be livestreamed via the Aksys Nation Twitch channel, which is also hosting panels with Ryo Nishitani from Arika, Katsuhiro Harada from Bandai Namco, Yasuyuki Oda and Yuji Watanabe from SNK and many more.
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