STREET FIGHTER IV: ARCADE EDITION Gaming has always been a competitive endeavor, rooted in its origins from the days of the good old arcade. Some of the most popular arcade titles were fighting games, and the spirit of those titles is kept alive today by the Evolution Championship Series. This particular e-sport event is the most competitive fighting game tournament around.
Evo 2013, the latest installment of the series, featured nine different games and participants from 51 nations. A total of 3500 competitors congregated to battle it out for top honors in front of a 6000 spectator audience, and the event was view by thousands online.
In the Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition tournament, Singaporean progamer Ho Kun Xian emerged victorious after three days of slugging through his competition. His win was made more impressive by the fact that his playable character, Gen, is not commonly seen at the top echelon of Super Street Fighter 4 battles.
"Singaporean progamer Ho Kun Xian emerged victorious after three days of slugging through his competition."
Street Fighter has been a staple of the fighter gaming community for years and the franchise is now rightfully considered a classic.