If you love watching competitive Super Smash Bros. every year but have little interest in the other games that Evo 2014 will be showcasing, you’re in luck my friend. Evo has just released the full schedule for its Evo 2014 tournament, showcasing when the games will be played over a period of three days. For those who like to tune in only for specific games, refer to the chart to see when you should watch.
As you can see the activities are being divided up between three streams, with the two important channels being SRKEvo1 and SRKEvo2. The times listed in this schedule are Pacific Standard Time, so EST will add three hours. Our European friends will want to add nine hours.
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