Watch EVO 2017 Live-Streams Right Here
EVO 2017
(Last Updated On: July 14, 2017)

The EVO 2017 Championship Series is currently taking place right now. For gamers wanting to see what all the fuss and hype is about, there are currently several live-streams available on the official Twitch channels giving you a look at the tournament scene right from out of Las Vegas, Nevada.

You can check out the Day 1 stream right now with the video below from the EVO channel on Twitch.

Watch live video from evo on www.twitch.tv

During Day 1 it was mentioend on the official schedule that we would be seeing the top 8 finals for King of Fighters XIV. Guilty Gear Xrd, however, is the game that managed to take the evening viewing sessions over. You can also check out the second major stream for EVO below, featuring games like Super Smash Bros

Watch live video from evo1 on www.twitch.tv

Shoryuken has the complete list of what you’ll see each day across the nine Twitch channels dedicated to this annual tournament taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada.

On Day 2 we’ll get to see pools for Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, Super Smash Bros., Injustice 2 and Street Fighter V.

On Day 3, we’ll get to see the top eight finals for BlazBlue, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, Tekken 7, Super Smash Bros for the Wii U, and the grand finals for Street Fighter V. You can check out the other streams below featuring the Capcom and NetherRealm Channels.

Watch live video from CapcomFighters on www.twitch.tv

Watch live video from NetherRealm on www.twitch.tv


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  • Disqusted

    One of my friends is sad he couldn’t afford to go to Evo2017 this year. When he started watching the streams, he said the attendance in general went down by half compared to last year. I wonder why? The friend said it might be because last year Evo had a ton of new people, a lot of them were unhappy with the results, and the entry price went up.

    He said it was rough last year because it didn’t take place at a hotel, meaning he had to be at the convention center most of the time, without easy access to food or drink. He said the eating area at Evo last year was always packed, and then people kept stealing chairs from the eating area and taking them to spectate, leaving the entire eating area without chairs.

    Apparently, some tourney pools were missing chairs and players had nowhere to sit, and that fans kept flooding areas when they spotted top players. He also said that right after Smash Bros ended last year, a ton of people just left, leaving the arena looking very empty in some areas. Kinda sad that so many people don’t care about the other games.

    Speaking of fighters, I’ve been messing around with Tekken 7 online. Way too laggy to play with friends on the other side of the world. Disappointing. It seems like there’s almost nobody playing it in my entire country or surrounding countries, either. Maybe they’re all busy watching Evo? The error messages are annoying, too. Can’t tell if people turned me down, or what.

    When I do get a match, it’s either some newbie who I’m afraid of scaring away from fighters, or some strong player that either rushes me down or has near impenetrable defense. Sometimes it’s a weirdo who seems good but has massive holes, and I feel bad taking advantage of their gaping weaknesses. I’m just not cut out for competitive play.

    • Interesting feedback. I did notice that it seems like EVO has kind of lost a bit of its luster. I think in the search for going mainstream instead of slowly growing organically, they’ll end up pushing away core audiences. We all know what happens when they do that.

      • RichardGristle

        It’s starting to turn into a booth, hardware, and art convention that happens to have lots of games. I’m not sure that attendance is down this year, but tourney entrants definitely is.

        It doesn’t help that SF5 kinda blows dick right now – it has about half as many entrants as last year. Granted last year was its first year so of course it’ll have bigger numbers, but still.

        • Disqusted

          I hope SF either dies or Capcom gets the message that they are f**king it up badly. I hated SF4 so much, and SF5 doesn’t fix what I hated about SF4.

          They just announced Geese Howard for Tekken 7. I figured it’d be a KOF character, just couldn’t guess which one. I’m a big fan of Geese, but the new voice isn’t great. Some of his animations lack weight, too. Oh well.

      • Disqusted

        I heard some loser on Blaz Blue or something was being a douche and intentionally dragging out matches. They should have a rule to disqualify people for being assholes.

  • RichardGristle

    KoF XIV top 8 on Friday night was absolutely amazing.