Evo 2023 Lineup Announced With Street Fighter 6 Debut

The full lineup for Evo 2023 has been revealed with Capcom’s Street Fighter 6 set to make its debut at the event. Evo will once again return to Las Vegas this August and host arguably the biggest fighting game tournament in the world, usually drawing the attention of millions of viewers. Alongside Street Fighter 6 will be regulars like Mortal Kombat 11 and Tekken 7, however, a throwback tournament is also planned with Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

A total of eight fighting games will be featured at Evo 2023 this year, though it seems like Street Fighter 6 will be headlining the event. The anticipated sixth mainline entry in the Street Fighter franchise is set to launch this June so it will be fresh on everyone’s minds at Evo. The biggest surprise is the return of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, which was once one of the event’s most popular fighting games. All featured games will once again be played on PS4.

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Have a look at the full Evo 2023 lineup below:

  • Street Fighter 6 – PS4 (Capcom)
  • Guilty Gear Strive – PS4 (Arc System Works)
  • Mortal Kombat 11: Ultimate – PS4 (Warner Bros. Games)
  • Tekken 7 – PS4 (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment)
  • The King of Fighters XV – PS4 (SNK)
  • Melty Blood Type Lumina – PS4 (Lasengle)
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ – PS4 (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment)
  • Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 – PS4 (Capcom)

Evo 2023 Full Lineup Announced Street Fighter 6 Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3

Evo general manager Rick Thiher provided a statement expressing his excitement about Evo 2023 this year:

“We are excited to once again feature an incredible lineup of fighting games at Evo 2023 and are thrilled to be including our first Evo Throwback tournament with Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. This year we’re establishing $25,000 minimum prize pools for each tournament in our lineup, and continuing our efforts to improve the Evo event experience for players and fans.”

Evo, or Evolution Championship Series, was officially founded in 2002 after having its roots in arcade tournaments dating back to 1996. Sony acquired Evo in 2021.

Source: Evo

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