Evo has posted its schedule for the 2023 tournament, which starts August 4 at 11 AM MST. The official EVO website shows the local time to your computer’s set time zone, so there is no need to do any special calculations to ensure you catch all the action.
The day starts with the industry showcase on the main stage, concurrently running against the first rounds of Dragon Ball FighterZ, King of Fighters XV, Street Fighter 6, Guilty Gear Strive, Mortal Kombat 11, and Melty Blood Type Lumina.
This showcase will have highlights from developers and could include closer looks into upcoming fighting games, and it will be a good watch, especially if your favorite player gets knocked out early.
Day two will start with the main stage hosting the top six for Melty Blood, King of Fighters XV, GranBlue Fantasy Versus: Rising, and Dragon Ball FighrerZ. The other stages will host larger brackets to cut down on contestants for Street Fighter 6, Tekken 7, Guilty Gear Strive, and Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3. The third day will feature the finals for these games on the main stage until EVO officially closes.
You can view the Evo Schedule here.
EVO is one of the world’s largest fighting game tournaments, with players worldwide competing on the main stage. The event is so significant that games still in development will attempt to get into it, allowing fans to see high-level play from their game before release. This has a high viewer count not only in person but in streams of the event to allow those who cannot afford to travel to still watch the event.
EVO opens its doors and stream on August 4, lasting all day.
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