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What happen at EVO2016 who won and the problems they had at the event

Over the weekend EVO was held here in Las Vegas and its one of the biggest fighting game tournaments.evo7

Last year there was a lot of news coverage and hype also being pumped into it, because of the new Street Fighter that was going to be released in the next coming weeks. This year was a totally different story as last year it was very professional and layout was very good. This year someone dropped the ball because it was not professional at all and was very hard to keep track who was winning , where are your favorite players were playing at and scheduling.evo6

At first, I thought, oh it’s early they will finish setting up booths for vendors and sectioning off were certain games would be played at as it got a little later I just felt like something was off about it.evo 5

As nothing changed and they just add more tables for the player but not saying what everywhere playing on the sign in the middle of the table, unless you walked over to see it what it was you wouldn’t know. Plus people were crowding around just to watch as they didn’t have another project for smash players they only had two projectors working. So it was really hard to tell who was doing well and who got knock out of the tournament.evo 3

evo 2              (Picture of EVO Event)

Since I couldn’t keep track of who was winning and losing, I focused on asking the players and others that have been to EVO how is this one was, is it always like this, and is this one a mess or a flop. A lot of them a talked to agreed that this EVO sucked, the layout was a mess, it didn’t feel professional at all, the staff was rude and more. Now even the pro fighters of smash were quite upset with it this year and they were treated like the redheaded step child on the tournament and pushed in the corner. Here what they had to say on Twitter.

Other said the this was their first time going and would be there last time going. Next, this EVO even had more controversy as one of the top smash players allegedly groped a woman while she was sleeping and then at the main event on Sunday a guy just jumps on stage to changes the winner Mr. Gonzalez of the MVC3 tournament and of course the police walk him off the stage.

The rest of the tournament went on just like normal but rushed as they have a lot to cram in one day.

Street Fighter 5

More than 5,000 players competed in Street Fighter 5 at this year’s Evo, here are the top eight results for Street Fighter 5 at Evo 2016.

  1. RZR Infiltration (Nash)
  2. RZR Fuudo (R. Mika)
  3. Yukadon (Nash)
  4. HM Go1 (Chun-Li)
  5. LI Joe (Nash)
  6. MOV (Chun-Li)
  7. HM Eita (Ken)
  8. AW Nemo (Vega)

Super Smash Bros. Melee

Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma takes top prize at EVO, winning 2016’s Smash tournament after beating Sweden’s Adam “Armada” Lindgren in the Grand Final.

1. Liquid|Hungrybox (Jigglypuff)
2. Alliance|Armada (Peach, Fox)
3. PG|Plup (Sheik, Fox)
4. C9|Mango (Fox, Falco)
5. Tempo|S2J (Captain Falcon)
5. FOX|Mew2King (Marth, Sheik)
7. G2|Westballz (Falco, Fox)
7. CLG|PewPewU (Marth)

Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator

1. Machaboo (Sin)
2. Omito (Johnny)
3. Rion (Ky)
4. Nakamura (Millia)
5. Ogawa (Zato-1)
5. GGP|Kazunoko (Raven)
7. PG|MarlinPie (Zato-1)
7. TopGaren (Zato-1)

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3

1. NYChrisG (Morrigan, Dr. Doom, Vergil)
2. KaneBlueRiver (Hulk, Sentinel, Haggar)
3. BT|Angelic (Wolverine, Dormammu, Shuma-Gorath)
4. NB|DualKevin (Deadpool, Dante, Hawkeye)
5. ApologyMan (Firebrand, Dr. Doom, Super-Skrull)
5. Priest (Magneto, M.O.D.O.K., Dr. Doom | M.O.D.O.K., Dormammu, Dr. Doom)
7. Paradigm (Haggar, Dormammu, Dr. Doom | Haggar, Dr. Doom, Rocket Raccoon)
7. EG|Justin Wong (Wolverine, Storm, Akuma | Vergil, Storm, Akuma)

Mortal Kombat XL — Results

1. cR|SonicFox (Erron Black – Gunslinger, Jason – Unstoppable, Others)
2. PLG|TekkenMaster (Kotal Kahn – War God, D’Vorah – Swarm Queen, Others)
3. PG|Scar (Sonya Blade – Demolition)
4. EVB|BigD (Ermac – Mystic)
5. cR|WoundCowboy (Shinnok – Bone Shaper, Shinnok – Impostor)
5. MTL|Hayatei (Takeda – Ronin, Takeda – Lasher)
7. EVB|Dragon (Alien – Tarkatan)
7. YOMI|Michaelangelo (Quan Chi – Summon

Pokkén Tournament

1. Tonosama (Braixen, Sceptile)
2. Buntan (Suicune)
3. Swillo (Mewtwo)
4. Potetin (Mewtwo, Pikachu Libre, Weavile, Chandelure)
5. Circa|Suicune Master (Suicune)
5. RvL|Bosshog (Garchomp)
7. KojiKOG (Charizard)
7. Thulius (Mewtwo)

Tekken 7: Fated Retribution

1. Saint (JACK-7)
2. Knee (Bryan, Heihachi, Akuma)
3. Secret|Poongko (Akuma)
4. GeeseMaster (Feng)
5. Yamasa|Nobi (Dragunov)
5. Narakhof (Claudio)
7. Take (Bryan)
7. Circa|Speedkicks (Hwoarang, Lars)

Killer Instinct

1. F3|Sleep (Arbiter, Gargos)
2. UA|Bass (Spinal, Jago, Cinder)
3. BH|SeaDragon (Aria, Hisako)
4. Circa|Nicky (Fulgore)
5. RL|Runex (Omen, Rash)
5. PaulB (Sabrewulf, Hisako)
7. BH|Grief (Sadira, Aria)
7. GnarlyFeats (Rash, Orchid)

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