Evo Japan 2019: Brackets, schedule, and streaming information!

By on February 14, 2019 at 3:00 pm
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This weekend’s action in Fukuoka is about to begin!

The second installment of Evo Japan is finally upon us, following a blockbuster debut in 2018. This time around, there are six official games in the lineup:

  • Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition
  • Tekken 7
  • SoulCalibur VI
  • BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle – ARCREVO World Tour Finals Qualifier
  • Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 – ARCREVO World Tour Finals Qualifier
  • The King of Fighters XIV – NEO GEO World Tour 2 Qualifier

There will also be a plethora of side tournaments, the most prevalent of which is for BlazBlue: Central Fiction — which will also serve as an ARCREVO World Tour Finals Qualifier — as well as Skullgirls: 2nd Encore, Capcom vs. SNK 2, Catherine: Full Body, Million Arthur: Arcana Blood, Ultra Street Fighter IV, World Heroes 2, Psychic Force 2012, Super Street Fighter II Turbo [Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection], Chaos Code: Last Sign of Catastrophe, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike, Vampire Savior, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and more. There will also be a special pre-release exhibition for the upcoming Dead or Alive 6.

You’ll be able to catch all of the action starting tonight, February 14th, at 8:00 PM PT (10:00 PM CT, 11:00 PM ET) at twitch.tv/evotwitch.tv/evo2, twitch.tv/evo3, and twitch.tv/evo4. Lastly, final brackets are now live for all six main title at Evo Japan’s Challonge page, and the event map is also available for attendees. AceKingOffsuit has provided the community with a stream schedule (see below).


Watch live video from evo on www.twitch.tv


Watch live video from evo2 on www.twitch.tv


Watch live video from evo3 on www.twitch.tv


Watch live video from evo4 on www.twitch.tv

The Evo Japan commentary lineup includes UltraDavid, James Chen, Spooky, F-Word, Rip, TKBreezy, Ebonic Plague, Jiyuna, MarkMan, Sajam, Tasty Steve, DC, Rynge, Hellpockets, LI Joe, Majin Obama, D1, and RZR|Kenny Omega.

What players and games are you looking forward to seeing during this big weekend? Tell us your plans in the comments below — and enjoy Evo Japan 2019!

Sources: Evo (Twitter); Evo Japan News (Twitter); AceKingOffsuit (Twitter)

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