Win A Free Trip To EVO 2017 By Playing Street Fighter 5
(Last Updated On: December 19, 2016)

Stream.me and Level Up partnered together to announce that they have a multi-series tournament that takes place throughout January in 2017 where the winner will earn a free trip to the 2017 EVO championship series tournament.

Gamers playing Street Fighter V who have managed to get good, can take those skills and compete in the Savage Series tournament this January for a chance to win a free trip to EVO.

Alex Valle, the president of Level Up Productions, commented in the press release about the tournament, explaining that the Savage Series will kick off the big e-sports season for Street Fighter V

“Savage Series will be the first major North American online circuit featuring Street Fighter V Season 2,””I’m looking forward to seeing players develop throughout the series and showcase the balance changes to kick off the year.”

The Savage Series will take place over the course of four weeks. Gamers will battle it out to qualify each Monday and then put their finger-working skills to the test against some of the best Street Fighter V players online.

The actual tournament schedule and timing can be viewed below.

The broadcast of the tournament will be aired on Stream.me. The streaming platform allows for up to 4K streaming bit-streams with up to 60 frames per second. You can also combine chat rooms from different sources using the multi-chat option.

The tournament is a way to feed people into the Stream.me streaming culture and help build up a rival platform to Twitch.tv.

If you think you have the intestinal fortitude to whip other players and take the crown during the Savage Series to win a trip to EVO 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada, you can register right now by visiting the official Savage Series website. The tournament will be available for both PC and PlayStation 4 players, so you can use your preferred platform to register.


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