Street Fighter 6 Considered Most Anticipated Game at EVO 2023

Even though it will be available in June, Street Fighter 6 is already considered the most significant fighting game at EVO 2023. Beginning on Friday, August 4, and continuing through Sunday, August 6, this year’s EVO competition will be held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.

In addition, there will be multiple fighting game tournaments, each of which will have a prize pool of at least $25,000 to compete for. And because registration began in February, contestants are fully aware of the video games that would garner the most attention throughout the competition.

Dragon Ball FighterZ, Guilty Gear: Strive, The King of Fighters XV, Melty Blood: Type Lumina, Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, Street Fighter 6, Tekken 7, and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 are some of the games that will be included in EVO 2023. It’s interesting to see that the players already have a definite favorite.

This past weekend, Evo brought the curtain down on early-bird registration for the 2023 event and celebrated by releasing statistics regarding the titles that have garnered the most interest from attendees. Due to the fact that it is already in first place in the early entry standings, it is evident that Street Fighter 6 will serve as the highlight game for the next fighting game tournament.

On the list, Guilty Gear: Strive is placed in the number two spot, and Tekken 8 takes the third and final spot in the top three. In the overall standings, both Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Dragon Ball FighterZ are currently ranked fourth and fifth.

The complete list can be found in the tweet that follows, which was published by Evo’s official Twitter account:

It should not come as much of a surprise that Street Fighter 6 is doing well in the early-bird parts of Evo 2023, given all the anticipation that has surrounded the game’s approaching release. The list of the most popular titles is not yet set in stone. The event’s regular registration is open from April 9 to June 9; in contrast, late registration begins on June 10 and continues until July 11.

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