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Soul Calibur 6 2020 World Tour To Be Held At EVO Japan

The latest Soul Calibur 6 game will be one of the mainstage titles to be featured in EVO Japan 2020.

One of the biggest gaming companies based in Japan, Bandai Namco has been a leader in world gaming tours. From Tekken to Dragon Ball Z, it is home to the most anticipated fighting games in the world. Due to its success, another title will be joining the competition this year.

Community leader and professional Soul Calibur player Kayne announced the Soul Calibur 6 World Tour 2020 last December and the first stop will be EVO Japan 2020. Details about the tournament and its prizes are still confidential.

Soul Calibur series producer Motohiro Okubo will be joining the Fighting Tuesday stream together with Mark “MarkMan” Julio. More details about the tournament will be revealed at the stream.

Fighting Tuesday stream is scheduled at 8 p.m. JST and 3 a.m. PT for audiences in the west. It’s available for viewing at AnimeIlluminati Twitch Channel. The stream is hosted By Jiyuna from Japan.

In the latest Soul Calibur entry, a world invitational event has been announced. There will also be a specific league for Asian communities this year.

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EVO Japan 2020 will take place on January 24-26 and will feature Bandai Namco’s mainstage titles as follows: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Tekken 7, Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Samurai Shodown and Soul Calibur 6.

The Smash Ultimate series currently holds the top spot in the EVO Japan leaderboard because it has the largest number of entrant cap to be put into place, more than the combined number of all other games.

Do you play Soul Calibur 6? Are you excited to witness the battle of the champions in EVO Japan 2020 World Tour? Let us know in the comments!

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