Stay Ahead of the Game: Catch All Start Times and Where to Watch for Evo 2023 Day 1

Stay Ahead of the Game: Catch All Start Times and Where to Watch for Evo 2023 Day 1

The excitement of⁢ one⁤ of ‍the ​biggest‌ fighting tournaments in the world is ‌about ‌to begin. As the 2021 iteration of Evo approaches, the spotlight is on this year’s titles and the upcoming tournaments leading up to Evo 2023. Now more than ever ‌it’s important ⁤to stay informed about the latest‍ news, timelines, and⁢ events so that ⁢you ⁢can catch the action when it means the most. So here’s what you need⁢ to know about‌ Evo​ 2023 Day 1 Start Times and where to watch.

Evo 2023 will span four days with each day dedicated to a different set of fighting games. Day 1 will take place on August 12th and ⁢feature ⁤games like Street Fighter V: Arcade ‌Edition, Tekken 7, Super Smash⁣ Bros. Ultimate, and more. The official event kick-off and player check-in for⁤ Day 1 ‌is scheduled to start at 10:00 AM PST/1:00 PM EST. The‍ tournament⁣ itself will begin shortly‌ after​ at 11:00 AM PST/2:00 PM EST. All games will be streamed on Twitch, so make sure you tune in.

Along with the official tournament which will be featuring‍ over 500 players, Day​ 1 of Evo 2023 will also feature a plethora of production content to ensure that viewers and fans won’t miss out on any of ‍the action. As you watch the tournament, prepare for a variety of competitions and events, such as interviews with the top players and game​ developers, special guest⁣ commentators, live events, and more.

So don’t miss out – clear your schedule for the day and‍ make‍ sure you set your alarm. Tune in at 11:00 AM PST/2:00 PM ‍EST on August 12th, and ‌follow any​ of the official Evo channels to ​stay up to date with the latest news, updates, and match⁢ information. Don’t forget to ⁤share your predictions and cheer on your favorite players as they battle their way to the top!

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