Today, Bandai-Namco finally provided some details for their Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour tournament. The first and fairly unsurprising announcement is that the tournament’s streaming partner will be Twitch. As Twitch is the biggest site for video game streaming, this almost seems like it would be a given. What’s more, this tournament series was actually created in partnership with Twitch. They had a lock it from the beginning.
As for the when and where of it all, the first stop in the Dragon Ball Fighter Z World Tour will be the CEO Fighting Game Championships from June 29 to July 1 at Daytona Beach, Florida. This is the first of several “Saga Event” stops, which will proceed from the CEO Fighting Game Championships to VSFighting in the United Kingdom on July 20, then to Ultimate Fighting Arena in France on August 31. After that is Thunderstruck in Mexico on October 6, then Southeast Asia Major in Singapore on October 13.
The Finals event of the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour is currently scheduled for January 2019; no location or specific date have been announced yet. Interested fans can find more info here, and those who haven’t had the chance to try Dragon Ball FighterZ can find out what its all about by checking out our review.