A new Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition tribute t-shirt is available to Evo 2018 attendees on smash.gg

By on June 20, 2018 at 11:05 am
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Blanka-Chan battles Chun-Li and Hot Ryu in this new spin on an iconic image.

Attending Evo 2018? You can now purchase an exclusive Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition t-shirt with art by Dave Wilkins that calls back to the original Street Fighter II: The World Warrior box art for the SNES, but updated with Street Fighter V costumes:

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The shirt is available on the Evo 2018 registration page on smash.gg (look for the “Merchandise” tab, once you’ve signed up). Proceeds from the shirt — which costs $10 to pre-order, for pickup at the Evo venue — will go to buff the prize pool for SFV at Evo 2018. Michael Martin elaborates on Capcom-Unity:

100% of the revenue generated from the shirt will go to boost the prize pool for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition at Evo 2018. The expanded prize pool will be distributed towards the lower end of the brackets – from 9th place to 32nd place – meaning more people will be rewarded!

Furthermore, once we reach 1,000 shirts sold ($10,000 additional prize pool), then Capcom will provide a free shirt to every entrant in Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition. It will take the full effort of the community to reach this goal and make the shirt available to Evo Street Fighter competitors.

These shirts can then be picked up on-site at EVO 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. You must show up for your pools to receive this shirt. Please note, registrants who purchased a shirt and contributed to the 1,000 shirt goal will not receive a second shirt.

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Interested registrants and Street Fighter fans, go check it out on smash.gg! The shirt is available starting today (June 20) until registration for Evo 2018 closes on July 20th.

Evo 2018 hits the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on August 3-5.

Source: Capcom-Unity

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