If you're a fan of watching coverage of competitive fighting game tournaments, theScore eSports can now help you keep up with at least two of them: Street Fighter and Super Smash Bros. The eSports coverage app just added live scoring for both games, coming just in time EVO Championship Series taking place in Las Vegas this weekend.
In addition to the new live scoring and news coverage for Street Fighter and Super Smash Bros., theScore eSports also provides coverage of a number of other major games, including:
- League of Legends (NA LCS, EU LCS, LCK, LPL, LMS and more)
- Dota 2
- Counter-Strike: GO (CS:GO)
- Heroes of the Storm
- Call of Duty (CoD)
- StarCraft II
In any case, you can now grab the latest version of theScore eSports to start keeping up with your favorite competitive gamers.
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