Straight from a blog from Sol Badguy himself about Evo, he requested that this should be on the front page because it's motherfucking EVO.
As most you may or may not know, it's EVO week. Evo is
the biggest international fighting game tournament and convention in
the history of fighting games. But I'm sure plenty of you already know
that. What you wanna know is when does everything start, and where can
you watch. Well, I just happen to have the link right below...
EVO STREAM & SCHEDULE (in PDT time) Now if you're wondering why they are multiple streams, I'll clue you in. (info from SRK) Three High Quality Streams Just
like last year, we will run two streams 100% devoted to tournament
action for all of the games at Evo. This year we’re adding a third
stream to broadcast all of the panels at Evo, along with some
behind-the-scenes content produced by the great Richard Li and the
amazing Cross Counter and Cross Counter Asia crews. With this third
stream we really want to give our live viewers a taste of what it’s like
to be at Evo. Cool, huh? But if the layout has you confused, I got you covered on that too. Custom Player
three streams at once can be a pain, so with the help of the guys at
Twitch.tv we’ve built our own custom player, with simultaneous viewing,
multiple choices for stream layouts, and the full stream schedule.
Easy, yeah? Oh, and one thing: for those interested in the brackets for all games, be sure to look here.
interested in those games? Well, don't fret because thanks to some very
dedicated people, side-tourneys are being held AND streamed for some
fighters that have been left out the main tournament. Want the link? Of
course you do. EVO 2012 – Side Streams (includes: GGXX:ACP, BB:CSEXD, VF5:FS, MB:AA, and P4UA)
No game left behind! Except Skullgirls... There is a side-tourney for it, but there's no known word of it being streamed. Feel free to look up the info here.
guys, that's it. I hope you have fun watching some of your favorite
players fight it out to prove who's the best of the best! Lasers!