Don't call it a comeback! Mortal Kombat 11 is officially returning to the Evo World Championship in 2023! The Ultimate version of the most recent installment will continue its uninterrupted presence at the celebrated tournament, which returns to Las Vegas in August. Read on for more detail:
The Evo World Championship will return to live competition in Las Vegas later this year after being driven online by world events last year. Among a full lineup of games will be Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate -- returning after being one of the heroes of the online competition. Read on for details:
After a year off the Evo World Championship makes its triumphant return for 2021 with the first in a new era of online competition! Mortal Kombat Online is an official co-streaming host of this year's event and you can watch all the Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate finals matches -- and a world-first MK Legends: Battle of the Realms preview -- right here:
A new era is about to begin with the announcement of the Evo Community Series -- an online tournament schedule that's building up to the return of the rebooted 2021 Evo Online Championship! The celebration begins this month with free registration for community events including Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate now open!
Just days before the start of the first Evo Online open championship; the tournament series has been cancelled amid allegations of past sexual misconduct by Evo President Joey "Mr Wizard" Cuellar. Over 1,350 players had registered to participate in the Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath tournaments, scheduled to take place late in July.
Update (July 3rd): The 2020 Evo Online event has officially been cancelled. Refer to the aforementioned link for details. Original Story: Balance has been restored with the announcement of Evo Online: a digital replacement for this year's cancelled 2020 Evo World Championship in Las Vegas. The event will include four online open tournaments, including Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath! Watch the trailer:
Today's annual announcement for the Summer Evo World Championship has stunned fans with the shock omission of Mortal Kombat 11! The nine game lineup features an eclectic mix of tournament fighting games, but the most recent NetherRealm Studios title wasn't among them. Read on:
The Evo World Championship is the biggest live tournament event in the gaming world, and for players in the Mortal Kombat 11 Pro Kompetition it was a chance to score major points towards the series rankings! The favourites assembled in Las Vegas with a $15,000 prize purse on the line and the biggest bragging rights of them all!