“With the overwhelming response we have received from the fans of Evo, we have decided to push back the date of Evo Japan to Spring 2011. This will ensure all the fans of Evo can join us in the land of the rising sun to test their skills against Japanese players.” – says MrWizard. Read the rest of the entry to watch the Evolution Japan teaser!
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Yup Yup thats the most Racist shit ever, LMAO, but i laugh hard everytime you do it.
for real you need to make that your signature LMAO XD
Aside form the Jokes im glad, Japan is finally getting EVO, cause single eliminations was the one thing i hated about SBO, but the games that they have there vs the ones at EVO U.S man thats a No brainer SBO has much more games in thier tourneys
Do you guys think that there is a danger that the american evo series will be overshadowed by the japanese evo .All the best players are in asia i doubt Daigo will be able to win ssf4 in japan There are too many god tier players .Asia is where all they do is play games no need to get a job .Its a place where playing games is not frowned upon and looked on as a valid respectable profession,look at starcraft in korea minus the match fixing .remember world cyber games started in south korea
Evo is console tournament meh
Hey we can assure that the staff in EVO Japan are the original guys from EVO yeah?
Just checking because I heard stuff about the Tekken world tourney last year which shows Japan still is still in it’s infancy for console tournies.
If the usual suspects are actually there it’ll be reassuring because there will be better QC for the event.
Besides by taking place in spring it should be easier to travel as that isn’t the peak travel time for Japan.
Thanks for the event anyway. :) Posting from South East Asia and we need bigger tournies.
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