In case you might be wondering when you can check out your favorite matches happening at EVO 2018 this year, the company just released their full schedule. Every single game’s pools, semi-finals, and finals have been outlines, and as you can see there is a little bit of crossover from some favorites. It’s also interesting to see what caught on through popularity and how it forced the schedules to change a bit to accommodate, pushing other games who used to have a full three-day schedule into a two-day event that wraps up on a Saturday.
On top of that, the company released a complete set of names and faces for who will serve as your color commentators during the proceedings, along with a highlights video from last year’s competition to get you hyped on what you may see this time around. The promotion the team is trying to do for this event is far better than some we’ve seen in the past, and it genuinely makes us excited to see what happens at EVO 2018 this year. If you’re unable to attend in person, you can see the entire set of events on Twitch as they broadcast live from Las Vegas from August 3rd-5th.
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