If you don’t have a chance to go to Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada and witness EVO Street Fighter V Finals in person, don’t worry. ESPN 2 stepped up once again and will cover the finals, enabling all the fans to enjoy in clashes of some of the best Street Fighter V players in the world. Last year was successful, drawing more than 2 million viewers, so it isn’t strange that ESPN decided to do this year as well. EVO Street Fighter V Finals coverage starts on Sunday at 10pm EDT/7pm PDT on ESPN2. Shoryuken brought us the statement from Kevin Lopes, director of ESPN programming and acquisitions about the event:

“It’s great to be back at the Evo Championship Series Finals with Street Fighter V this year. This final will provide no shortage of compelling competition, and we look forward to delivering this event to fans.”

Joey Cuellar, president of EVO added:“Fighting games bring a tremendous level of hype and excitement, and Evo’s mission is to share that experience with fans worldwide. We’re pleased to team up with ESPN and Disney to bring these games to new audiences.”

In case you don’t have the access to ESPN2, you can watch EVO Street Fighter V Finals on Twitch.