Tournament Fantasy League From SRK

Tournament Fantasy League From SRK

Just in time for the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Tournament Grand Finals this weekend, SRK has unveiled their latest feature for everyone to try out. SRK's Fantasy League is a new system that allows users to create their own fantasy brackets for current fighting game tournaments. Entering your bracket for each game this weekend gives you a chance to win an Evo Fightstick for getting the most overall points. It is also mentioned that if this beta takes off, a points reward system may be created in the future. You can find all the details over at the original SRK post. This comes shortly after Eventhub's unveiled their latest feature, the Fight Tracker. Between the two of them, which do you use most? And which do you think has the most potential? Be sure to try them both and let us know.

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