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Registration Is Live For Community Effort Orlando

One of the biggest fighting games events is happening soon and looks like registration are actually open. Will you take part to become the best?

The Community Effort Orlando tournament is a major fighting games tournament event known throughout the FGC (fighting game community) and one would probably place it as the second only to EVO. CEO has grown tremendously since its inception and this year, many games have returned as part of the line-up as well as some new faces too. The games featured include Street Fighter V, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Mortal Kombat X, Killer Instinct, Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-, Tekken 7 and of course, Pokken Tournament.

All of these tournaments will happening over the course of a single weekend and the competition is, as always, fierce. Many come from far and wide to prove they have what it takes to take home the glory. Of course, in a genre where it is every player for themselves, there is always heated competition among the many enthusiasts.

Now, players can begin registering for CEO as of yesterday and admission is $40 until April 1st; where the price will increase to $50. The price will also increase to $60 starting June 1st. So make sure you save your spot early enough.

There will be vendors, an artist alley as well as a bring your own console section where players can enjoy some simple free play action. For those of you who are not too familiar, CEO will be taking place June 24-26 in Orlando, Florida.

Will you take up the challenge and fight your way to the top of the charts? What games will you be participating in? Let us know in the comments of your plan to take over the planet and bringing home the championship belt.

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Gentleman, industry analyst, Smasher and has sworn allegiance to Hyrule, Seif Mazzene is the Executive Editor here at IMGMR.

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