Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe has revealed the latest details for the Dragon Ball FighterZ – World Tour. This new fighting game tournament series will be centred around the smash hit anime fighting game, Dragon Ball FighterZ. The tournament was created in partnership with Twitch, who is the exclusive live-streaming service for Dragon Ball FighterZ – World Tour and the managing partner for league operations, circuit events, and content on a global scale.

The inaugural stop for the Dragon Ball FighterZ – World Tour begins at the CEO Fighting Game Championships taking place 29th June – 1st July in Daytona Beach, Florida. Living up to its billing as a worldwide tournament, the Dragon Ball FighterZ – World Tour will feature seven main “Saga Event” stops. The first five are; CEO Fighting Game Championships (USA), VS Fighting (United Kingdom), Ultimate Fighting Arena (France), Thunderstruck (Mexico), Southeast Asia Major (Singapore) with 2 more to be announced. Fans can catch all the action live on the World Tour’s official Twitch channel. For more information on the entire Dragon Ball FighterZ – World Tour check out the tour’s official website.

“The passion from fans all around the world continues to make Dragon Ball FighterZ a huge success and we want to reward their extremely valuable support by creating the first ever worldwide tournament on a Dragon Ball video game,” said Hervé Hoerdt, Vice President of Marketing and Digital at Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe. “With the Dragon Ball FighterZ – World Tour, the best players across the globe will have the opportunity to compete against each other to determine the strongest of all.”

Dragon Ball FighterZ is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC with the Nintendo Switch version launching the 28th of September.

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