Now that I am back home from Evolution 2012, I have been busy uploading all of the photos and videos that I have taken throughout the weekend. I've completed uploading over 400 photos from EVO 2012 which you can find after the break or on my Flickr page.
If you also have any photos that you would like to share, feel free to do so.
Cross Counter has uploaded two interviews conducted by Zhi with EVO 2012 Soulcalibur V world champion Shining Decopon from Japan and runner up Shen Chan from Singapore. Make sure that you check out both interviews after the break.
With the rest of the mods enjoying the nice, cool Vegas casino weather, I felt it was appropriate to update everyone with how yesterday's matches went if for whatever reason you're having trouble (like I initially was) finding the results/brackets, or maybe you're just new to the scene and not quite sure where to go for information.
With a full day off today (Saturday) before they finish out top 8 (Sunday), you gotta keep yourself occupied somehow, right? If you haven't been paying attention to the biggest and hypest tournament in the world, you'll be in for some surprises
MLG’s Summer Season has begun, and we are incredibly pleased to announce that fighting games on the PlayStation®3 (PS3™)System will once again be featured on the Pro Circuit.
Summer Fighter Arena: August 10 in NYC
The Season will kick off with Mortal Kombat and Soul Calibur V on the PS3 at the Summer Fighter Arena, a full day of action that will be streamed live. The standard definition broadcast will be free, and there will be an HD upgrade option (more details on this to follow). The Top 8 finishers in each game from the Spring Championship will be invited to compete for $3,400 per game.
On Twitter, Mr. Wizard has mentioned that the registration for EVO 2012 will close this Friday, June 22, 2012 at 11:59PM Pacific, however you shouldn't wait to register if you haven't done so already and plan on attending, and complete the registration process now.
Make sure you check out the EVO section on the Shoryuken.com front page and register for EVO 2012. Don't wait until the last minute to register.
There are just 3 days left to purchase your Competitor Pass online. You can purchase your player pass by going to our MLG Store. If you wait to purchase your player pass at the event, you will need to pay $10.00 more per player pass, as well as wait in a long line, so purchase online before 11:59 PM ET on Monday!
If you are going to Anaheim to watch the competition in person, make sure to purchase your Spectator Pass online so you don't have to wait in long lines at the event, or worry about spectator passes selling out. There will also be a live stream of the event, so if you are staying at home, we have you covered!
The Spring Fighting Games Season began with the Fighter Arena, a weekend full of top-level Mortal Kombat and Soul Calibur V. The Season will culminate next weekend, June 8-10, at the Spring Championship in Anaheim. We'll be streaming matches live straight through the weekend.
Tune in to majorleaguegaming.com starting at 5:30pm PT as we kick off an incredible three days of fighting game action.
That's right folks, MLG Anaheim player passes for everything but fighting games are sold out and spectator passes are almost gone. What does that mean? That means that soon the Starcraft2 and LoL spectators are going to have to buy our competitor passes just to get in the door.
If you have plans to attend this, buy one NOW! Click here for the link to buy passes.
Yesterday, the top 8 players from the MLG Winter Championships flew out to the MLG Studio in NYC to compete in the exclusive Fighter's Arena! In a stunning upset, Hawkeye (@iltokyoli) from Chicago, who came seeded in 8th place, defeated the 1st seeded player Keev from France in an almost completely one-sided 4-1 Grand Finals!
Congratulations to Hawkeye for retaking the Soulcalibur title for America! In addition to the top 8 players, Rod "Slasher" Breslau from GameSpot.com was on hand to conduct interviews with the top two players throughout the day.
MLG has shared further details on their Fighter Arena which takes place this Saturday at their studio in New York City, NY. This thread has everything that you need in regards to the portion of the broadcast devoted to Soulcalibur V which begins at 2PM Eastern.
MLG will feature a main stream that can be viewed for free in SD and in HD for $4.99 which you can click here to purchase, and featuring commentary by our own BrewtusBibulus. There will also be a second stream featuring behind the scenes access hosted by Gootecks.