Time Bulletin

Lifestyle and Sports News

http://www.timebulletin.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/EVO-2019.jpg
Sports

Evo 2019: Schedule, Time and Live Stream for Evolution Championship Series

Spread the love

The Evolution Championship Series, commonly known as Evo 2019 starts from August 2nd to August 4th. The Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas is the current year’s host for the “World Cup” of fighting games, Evo 2019. This year appears to be greater than ever before, with record-breaking participation and exceedingly foreseen match-ups to get the excitement juices streaming. There are 9 games hosted in this years edition of Evo with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the crown jewel to end off fighting games greatest competition of the year this end of the week.

Evo 2019 Schedule

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

  • Pools, Round 1 (7 PM) Friday
  • Pools, Round 2 (11 PM) Saturday
  • Semi-finals (5 AM) Sunday
  • Finals (4 AM) Monday

Tekken 7

  • Pools, Round 1 (7 PM) Friday
  • Pools, Round 2 (9 PM) Saturday
  • Semi-finals (3 AM) Sunday
  • Finals (12:30 AM) Monday

Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition

  • Pools, Round 1 (7 PM) Friday
  • Pools, Round 2 (11 PM) Saturday
  • Semi-finals (5 AM) Sunday
  • Finals (9 PM) Sunday

Mortal Kombat 11

  • Pools, Round 1 (7 PM) Friday
  • Pools, Round 2 (9 PM) Saturday
  • Semi-finals (3 AM) Sunday
  • Finals (5 AM) Sunday

Blazeblue Cross Tag Battle

  • Pools, Round 1 (7 PM) Friday
  • Semi-finals (1 AM) Sunday
  • Finals (6 PM) Sunday

Samurai Shodown

  • Pools, Round 1 (7 PM) Friday
  • Pools, Round 2 (5 AM) Saturday
  • Semi-finals (11 PM) Saturday
  • Finals (1 AM) Sunday

Dragonball FighterZ

  • Pools, Round 1 (7 PM) Friday
  • Semi-finals (7 PM) Saturday
  • Finals (10 PM) Saturday

Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late

  • Pools, Round 1 (7 PM) Friday
  • Semi-finals (5 AM) Saturday
  • Finals (7 PM) Saturday

Soulcalibur VI

  • Pools, Round 1 (7 PM) Friday
  • Semi-finals (3 AM) Saturday
  • Finals (5 AM) Saturday

How to watch Evo 2019

There are different platforms to watch Evo 2019. People can get every one of the matches on Twitch, with 7 devoted channels here, which enables them to easily change between each round of games. There will probably be different live-streams on YouTube, which likewise proves to be useful for any features they might want to see after the competition. People can likewise look at Evo’s The Jump Off channel on Twitch for commentary and broadcasts during the event, as well as catch some of the main stage streams on their official Twitter account.

Evo 2019 begins August 2nd and end on Sunday, August 4th (U.S Pacific Time), however for South Africa, end in the early hours of Monday, August 5th (SAST).

LEAVE A RESPONSE

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Matthew Gregor decided that he wanted to become a writer at the age of 16, when his high school football team won a big game. He wrote a poem about this, and two days later the poem was published in the local newspaper. When he began his professional writing career, Matthew attempted to write books. Matthew’s writing direction changed and he writes news and articles. He is now onboard with Time Bulletin as a free lance writer.