The Evo Championship Series which is commonly referred to as Evo is one of the oldest, most prestigious gaming tournaments in the world and is a fight based championship. If you want to watch some of the most skilled, talented gamers in the world take each other on, it’s well worth watching all of Evo’s matches or taking part in Evo 2020 yourself. Especially if you love playing fighting games in your spare time and want to pick up a few handy tips and strategies, that will help you become a better gamer.
Your guide to Evo 2020:
Evo 2020 lineup:
Some of the games which will feature in Evo 2020 include Killer Instinct, Mortal Combat II Aftermath, Tekken 7, Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition, Soulcalibar 6, Dragon Ball Fighter Z, Skull Girl’s Second Encore and Them’s Fighting Herds. Although if one of your favorite fighting games isn’t listed above, it’s well worth checking out the full list of featured Evo 2020 games.
You can enter an Evo tournament:
While most gaming tournaments around the world are restricted to professional gamers, Evo is unique as its open to amateurs as well as experienced professionals. So if you think that you have what it takes to battle some of the world’s best fight focused gamers, it’s well worth registering to enter Evo yourself. As there’s no better way to become a better gamer, than to face off against more experienced opponents. Which will force you to up your game!
Game days generally take place from 10 am to 11 pm:
If you choose to take part in Evo 2020 keep in mind that game days take place from 10 am to 11 pm. During which time, you’ll need to be available in order to play through your scheduled matches. However, you won’t need to be available from 10 am to 11 pm every single day as different tournaments are held on different dates.
Evo 2020 is being held online due to current coronavirus pandemic:
Due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, the decision has been made to host Evo 2020 online. In order to adhere to social isolation rules and to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
However, if you have an interest in competing in Evo 2020, it’s well worth signing up to experience your first Evo 2020 tournament online. As you’ll still get to play against skilled players and will have a chance of winning lucrative prizes. So it’s well worth practicing your favorite fighting games such as Mortal Combat II Aftermath and Tekken 7. In order to increase your chances of getting as far as possible, in Evo 2020.
Online panels will take place throughout the online tournament:
If you’re concerned that Evo 2020 may not feature gamer panels, there’s no need to worry as while Evo 2020 will be held online this year, it will still feature panels from some of your favorite professional gamers.
Hopefully you’re 100% convinced to enter Evo 2020 yourself as entering Evo 2020 is a lot of fun and a great way to improve your gaming skills and to meet other gamers.
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