IRL streamers are uniting to broadcast the Street Fighter V Last Chance Qualifier for Capcom Cup 2019.
Capcom Community Manager, Bizarro Mike, has reported that due to logistical reasons, there won’t be a stream for the Capcom Cup 2019 LCQ.
Unfortunately, because of the logistics and set up, Capcom Cup LCQ will not be streamed. It is being recorded and there will be an update as part of the production. Matches will be uploaded later.
Saturday is Top 32 to Top 16 plus SFL
Sunday is Top 16#CapcomCup2019
— Michael Martin (@Bizarro_Mike) 12 December 2019
This has upset many Street Fighter fans as it is typical to stream the LCQ to see who will be competing in the last spot. But where there is blunder, there is innovation.
Be sure to tune in on Friday, December 13, at 10am PST. Click here for a Time Zone Converter.
If you are willing and able, let us know on Twitter @toptiergg if you’ll be planning to stream at the LCQ and we’ll add your stream to the page here!
Yoshinori Ono has confirmed that there will now be a stream for the LCQ provided by Redbull Gaming.
Blanka reach to NOVO theater for joining to #CapcomCup2019
I apologize for making you worried about Live Streaming for LCQ.
Blanka gives instructions to our team about updating Live information on @CapcomFighters
— Yoshinori Ono (@Yoshi_OnoChin) December 13, 2019
To clarify, this seems to be supporting the IRL streamers that have been endorsed by Redbull Gaming to stream the matches.
They are currently hosting IRL streamers on their official Capcom fighting game stream here:
Watch live from all the participating IRL stream channels here:
via Twitter @nooches
Be sure to thank these streamers and give them all a follow!