There are many ways to be a part of Evo 2019.
The nine main stage games have been revealed, and registration is officially open for Evolution Championship Series 2019! But whether you want to compete or not, there is a lot more to Evo: you can also help run the event brackets by volunteering to be judge, show off your talent with a booth at Artist Alley, or bring a game to Evo as a side tournament in this year’s new Community Evo Championships.
Application forms for all three can be found on the main Evo website. Sign up now!
- Judge Application Form
- Artist Alley Application Form
- EVOLUTION COMMUNITY CHAMPIONSHIPS Stage Application Form
If you head to https://t.co/k7jIuWrjgF, you can access application forms for judges/volunteers, artist alley & the Community Evolution Championships (formerly featured side tournaments). Media applications form will open soon. pic.twitter.com/ABVWh17Nik
— Mark Julio (マークマン) (@MarkMan23) March 5, 2019
Registration numbers for the main stage games are already on the rise, of course; Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is leading the way into March, but we’ve got a long way to go before we see what 2019’s biggest Evo title is!
Evo 2019 Registration Scoreboard March Edition!
1st – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
2nd – Tekken 7
3rd – Street Fighter 5
4th – Mortal Kombat 11
5th – Soul Calibur 6
6th – Under Night In Birth
7th – Samurai Shodown
8th – Dragonball FighterZ
9th – Blazeblue Cross Tag Battle#Evo2019
— Joey Cuellar (@MrWiz) March 1, 2019
Evo 2019 comes to Las Vegas on August 2-4, at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino.