EVO 2020 Cuts Super Smash Bros. Ultimate From Lineup

Due the limitations caused by the current COVID-19 pandemic, EVO 2020 has replaced its annual live competitive event with one conducted completely online. Not only that, but it seems that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will not be featured among the roster.

The event will take place July 4th to August 2nd and will consist of four open online tournaments featuring some of the most popular fighting games around. With that said, EVO recently posted a video revealing its lineup for the competition – and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is nowhere to be found.

The Super Smash Bros. series has always been a part of EVO for quite some time, so Ultimate’s removal does seem unprecedented. However, many believe that the decision stems from the game’s poor online performance resulting from a lackluster net code. As of now, organizers have not acknowledged the cut, so a possible announcement regarding this choice could arise soon.

The currently announced games to feature at EVO 2020 are as follows:

  • Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ
  • Tekken 7
  • Street Fighter V: Champion Edition
  • SoulCalibur VI
  • Granblue Fantasy: Versus
  • Samurai Shodown
  • Skullgirls Encore
  • Mortal Kombat 11
  • Killer Instinct
  • Them’s Fightin’ Herds

Where to Watch EVO 2020

If you’re wondering where you can watch EVO 2020 don’t fret. You’ll find it here on Twitch.tv and across the web!

What do you think of the Line Up for EVO 2020? Do you think Super Smash Bros. Ultimate should still be included? Let us know in the comments! For more Nintendo News, check out the announcement of a new Paper Mario game and the new artists hired by Retro Studios for Metroid Prime 4. Otherwise, keep it on Culture of Gaming for all things gaming!

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Oscar Navarro

Oscar is a writer for Culture of Gaming. He is an aspiring video game journalist that follows anything and everything Nintendo. His favorite franchises consist of Pokemon and Kingdom Hearts.

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