Capcom launching new weekly Street Fighter stream from ESA Oakland: Capcom Connect

By on September 24, 2018 at 11:39 am
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A new show launches tomorrow to keep you in the Street Fighter loop.

Capcom has announced that a new stream show will launch tomorrow, September 25 — and continue weekly, on Tuesday nights — dubbed Capcom Connect, and it aims to provide a recap of new Street Fighter happenings alongside new content. The show will stream from Esports Arena Oakland, premiering tomorrow night at 8:00 PM PT on the Capcom Fighters Twitch channel.

The stream will feature event and news recaps, Street Fighter V matches with guest players (and potentially with unusual rules), and art and cosplay from Street Fighter fans. You can also win content codes by viewing. From Andy Wong’s Capcom-Unity announcement:

You will have the chance to win various codes for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition just by watching and interacting with our social channels. In the afternoon before each show, we’ll tweet out a specific hashtag on the Street Fighter or Capcom Fighters Twitter account. All you need to do is use that hashtag in a tweet of your own before the drawing begins at around 8:15 PM PT. During the show, we’ll randomly choose winners and announce them on-stream. After the show, expect a Direct Message from the Street Fighter or Capcom Fighters accounts with your code. The codes are currently only for North America.

If you’re an artist or cosplayer, tweet @StreetFighter with pictures of your creation and we just might feature it on the stream with all credit going towards you!

Read more details on the upcoming show at Capcom-Unity.

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Source: Capcom-Unity


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