Like a lot of people, I won’t be able to attend Evo 2017 this year, but luckily for all of us, we can still plan our weekend thanks to the official streaming schedule. Evo has five different Twitch channels where you can watch the event and an additional one with a talk show, but note that CapcomFighters, NetherRealm and Tekken offer their own streams. I’ll embed all of them below along with the official schedule that I took from Shoryuken.
Here are the streams:
Evo: Features a variety of games, as well as the Top 8 for every game.
Evo 1: Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Evo 2: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Evo 3: Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 on Friday and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom on Saturday.
Evo 4: King of Fighters XIV on Friday and BlazBlue Central Fiction on Saturday.
Evo 5: This channel has a dedicated talk show called The Jump Off that’ll feature breakdowns for the different matches, as well as talks with developers, commentators and other guests. It seems like newcomers will be able to learn about some of the fighting games through this Twitch channel, so I’ll definitely give it a chance.