Despite competitive gaming’s explosion in popularity recently, most people still don’t know much about it or where to find it. So, here are all the details about how you can watch the big CEO 2014 fighting game tournament for yourself. Fighting games are a great way to get into eSports, because they’re fast paced and easier to grasp on a basic level than, say, strategy games, so you should definitely give it a watch. (Streams of other games are below the schedule.)
Things start off today with Smash Bros.
Melee Project M (sorry, the schedule misled me) teams in the stream above, and here’s the updated schedule for the whole tournament, which runs Friday, June 27 to Sunday, June 29 2014.
— Robert Paul (@tempusrob) June 27, 2014
Right now, the two schedules seem to have some time discrepancies (CEO has told me that things will kick off at 2PM ET), but we’ll collect all the streams for you right here, so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the fighting game of your choice. Here are the rest of the streams for today:
CEO Gaming (Capcom Vs. SNK 2, Persona 4 Arena):
FunkyP (Soul Calibur V):
(via CEO 2014)
- Nintendo embraced eSports at E3 with a Smash Bros. tournament
- League of Legends is now a varsity sport at a college
- And its bots will soon play like people.