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As always, the basic broadcast for each game will be free in standard definition. The streams will be found at Read more...
The Summer Championship in Raleigh from August 24-26th is an event you won’t want to miss. The spectator experience is going to be awesome, and we’re about to make it even better for five lucky people.

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Just buy a Venue Spectator Pass for Raleigh before Monday, August 20th at 6pm ET, and you’ll be entered to win one of five sets of VIP passes! If you’ve already bought a pass, you’re already entered in the promotion and don’t have to do a thing. Check out full promotion rules here.
This Friday, August 10 from 4pm ET to 12am ET, will host the Summer Fighter Arena. The Top 8 Mortal Kombat and Soul Calibur V players from the MLG Spring Championship will go head-to-head for $3,400 in each game! Join us live for a full eight hours of intense fighting games action.

The broadcast will feature two streams: the gameplay stream and the Dr Pepper Ultimate Access stream, showcasing coverage and interviews all weekend long. The standard definition broadcast of both streams is free.
MLG Summer Championship (in Raleigh, North Carolina) competitor passes are now on sale for Mortal Kombat and Soul Calibur. You can purchase them by going to the MLG Store. 1 Player pass is $50.00, or you can get both for $70.00

Get your player pass now, online, before Monday, August 20th at 11:59 PM ET. If you wait to buy your pass at the door, it will be $10.00 more, and you risk them selling out.

Information about the event, including Prizing, Schedule, Rules, and Format, can be found HERE.
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. Click here to view the photo galleries from EVO 2012...
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 after the break...
Along with all of the hype and madness that was going on this past Saturday at Philadelphia Bar Battles #2, there was also two media producers that specialize in covering the fighting game community, who conducted interviews after the completion of the Soulcalibur V tournament.

Please check after the break to see interviews with BrewtusBibulus, FightClubHuBBs, and Kayane by Hold Back To Block TV and PTB Productions. Click here to view the interviews along with additional videos from Bar Battles #2...
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.
With Soulcalibur V having over 400 competitors at EVO 2012 distributed across twenty-six 16 man pools, it gets kind of crazy trying to keep track of everything, especially if you are new to the competitive side of Soulcalibur V or unfamiliar with who the players are.

I decided to compile a list of every pool for Soulcalibur V and list the players to look out for. Make sure you leave you predictions who to look out for and follow the brackets online as they are updated.
The blowout of EVO 2012 information continues with stream details, schedules, and additional event information.

Just like last year's event, EVO 2012 will be running two streams that will be devoted solely to covering the tournament action produced again by Team Sp00ky and iPLAYWINNER, and a third stream covering the panels that EVO introduced last year and bringing back again for this year. Check after the break for the rundown of news that was released on Tuesday...