While we already knew the schedule of festivities for Evo 2017, knowing when to watch based off of it alone was tricky. Now, however, we have the full schedule for Evo 2017 and which channels you will need to tune into.
The above schedule is in Pacific time, so here is a timezone converter to help you know when to tune in in your region.
In a switch from last year, all of the Evo Twitch channels are called Evo in their web address, rather than srkevo. This potentially reduces confusion from casual fans when trying to find the Evo streams. Here’s a full listing of stream links:
And here’s a Multitwitch link which opens all of these streams, so you can watch everything going on at once.
The Jump Off, a new concept to the FGC, is a new addition to the Evo lineup this year. If you have ever watched the MLB Network program MLB Tonight, the concept is similar: the stream highlights different matches from around the venue and offers analysis from a panel of guests.
This stream is recommended to watch if you are new to fighting games in general, or just don’t know what to watch while pools are going on, but still want to experience Evo. Its broadcast is on the Evo5 Twitch stream Friday and Saturday until Finals kick off in Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2.
The entire King of Fighters XIV tournament plays out on Friday, including finals. Saturday will see Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2, Injustice 2 and Super Smash Bros Melee take to the Finals stage. Finals Sunday has Marvel vs Capcom 3, BlazBlue Central Fiction, Tekken 7, Super Smash Bros for Wii U, and Street Fighter V’s Top 8 wrap up the weekend.
ESPN 2 will broadcast the Street Fighter V finals this year, just as they did last year, following the above schedule.
Are you hype for Evo 2017? Let us know what you’re planning for your watch party in the comments.