Keen on a bit of Evo 2013 livestream action? The fun kicks off at 8:00AM PDT, so grab some popcorn, settle back, and enjoy three channels of fighting goodness through the break.
Below you’ll find an embed of the primary official Evo 2013 livestream. There are two further channels linked just above the player; these will be active on Friday and Saturday, but silent on Sunday.
The full schedule is available on Shoryuken, packed with loads of great action. if there’s a game you know particularly well already or are keen on learning, you might want to check the schedule and watch the pools, semi and quarter finals.
Otherwise, down below the three embeds you’ll find a list of the bits I think you should consider tuning in for, with handy local time conversion links. You’ll notice Sunday is the big day, but there are finals occurring on Friday and Saturday evening, too.
Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition v 2012 tournament is probably the top billing event of Evo 2013, and closes out the action on Sunday night. Last year’s champion, Korean Sun-woo “Infiltration” Lee, will be defending his title from repeat champion Daigo ‘The Beast’ Umehara.
If you’re interested in the history of Evo and the drama of this year’s events, check out Alex’s excellent feature article and interview.
– Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Final – 1400
– Mortal Kombat final – 1800 (Evo 2013 Twitch channel 2)
– Street Fighter x Tekken Final – 1800 (Evo 2013 Twitch channel 2)
– King of Fighters XIII final – 1000
– Smash Bros. Melee final – 1200
– Injustice: Gods Among Us final – 1400
– Killer Instinct demonstration – 1600
– Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 final – 1630
– Super Street Fighter 4 final – 1900