As you might already know, SDTEKKEN, TTF, and THE BOX ARENA have teamed up for the DUÆL 2v2 TOURNAMENT, happening this weekend January 9th! If you can’t make it out to San Diego, don’t fret! GYT News has teamed up with The Box Arena to bring a proper stream for all you fighting game fans! For more information on the awesome stream for TEKKEN 6 and Street Fighter IV click below!
From GYT NEWS’ Glenn Cravens:
I am happy to announce Get Your Tournament will be teaming with The Box Arena in streaming the Duael 2v2 Tournament, scheduled for Saturday at the Miramar Speed Circuit in San Diego.
A lot of you who have followed us know that AJ, our producer of video content at Get Your Tournament, has done awesome work streaming several events, including the weekly Wednesday Night Fights, as well as the recent Dreamlab SF4 Tournament in Arcadia. Now, he’ll be doing the same for the Duael 2v2 Tournament, which features events in Street Fighter IV and Tekken 6. The Box Arena’s multimedia department will be helping out in production of the stream.
So, if you can’t make it to Saturday’s tournament at the Miramar Speed Circuit, be sure to check out the stream. It’s going to be awesome. You can watch it at http://www.justin.tv/gytnews or http://www.theboxarena.com.
The news release is after the jump …
Get Your Tournament, The Box Arena will team up to broadcast Duael 2v2 Tournament
As part of its coverage of the Duael 2v2 Tournament, Get Your Tournament and The Box Arena will be partnering to bring viewers the broadcast of the January 9, 2010 event.
Duael will take place at the Miramar Speed Circuit in San Diego, Calif. It will be the first broadcast of a major fighting game tournament for both The Box Arena and Get Your Tournament.
AJ ‘Potatohead’ Papa, Producer of Video Content for Get Your Tournament, will be directing the broadcast of the event. The Box Arena multimedia department will work with AJ in producing the broadcast.
The tournament can be viewed at http://www.gytnews.com, http://www.theboxarena.com and http://www.justin.tv/gytnews. Longtime fighting game veterans Richard ‘Filthie Rich’ Bantegui and Jay ‘Viscant’ Snyder are scheduled to be the lead commentators.
“I am very happy that Get Your Tournament is working with The Box Arena for the Duael Tournament,” said Glenn Cravens, Editor in Chief of Get Your Tournament. “The Box Arena is a well-respected organization in San Diego, and with AJ’s stellar work in producing video, spectators will no doubt be treated to a great viewing experience.”
“We are so excited to have gotten the opportunity to work with such amazing organizers as SDTEKKEN and TTF,” said Christine Gentry, Public Relations with The Box Arena. “As always, it’s a pleasure to be collaborating with GYT, and this time it’s for a top quality live stream and the great company of our friend AJ Papa. There will be setups specifically for casuals, a café on site, and a ton of free merchandise provided by MadCatz and Hori. You don’t want to miss out on San Diego’s first event of 2010 or all the free stuff you may walk away with.”
Duael is sponsored by A Sketchpad Brand, Frubble, Hori, MadCatz, Miramar Speed Circuit, and Six19 Printing.
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Get Your Tournament started in 2006 with a goal of providing video game tournament coverage. With a focus of Southern California, Get Your Tournament keeps readers updated on the latest in “Street Fighter IV,” “Tekken 6,” “Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix” and the “Madden” series. Our combined portals of writing, podcasts, photography and videos reach thousands of viewers a month. Get Your Tournament is a new member of the Bloguin Network.
About The Box Arena
The Box Arena is a movement of culturally diverse individuals that use Street Fighter IV as a common ground. They started as a casual group of friends in March of 2009 and grew into the Street Fighter scene of San Diego.
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