Street Fighter V’s world championship is slowly approaching, where champions will be picking different World Warriors and beating the tar out of each other with them. If you don’t want to deal with possible connection problems from the stream, you’ll fortunately be able to watch it on TV. ESPN will be airing the championship’s final matches live from Las Vegas.
The EVO championship event takes place from July 15th to 17th, but the Street Fighter V finals take place on the last day. In addition to airing on ESPN2, WatchESPN will be streaming it as well. Along with Capcom’s fighting game, other games that have been aired on ESPN are Heroes of the Storm, League of Legends, and DOTA 2. For the Capcom fighter in particular, it’s been an interesting week, as they also released their free story mode DLC, along with two new characters, Ibuki and Balrog.
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