Watch the First Street Fighter V Match Live Here [UPDATE]

During Capcom's Ultra Street Fighter IV tournament in San Francisco, the company will show the first SFV match and make other "special announcements."

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Following the Capcom Cup tournament, Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono came on stage both too introduce the first live Street Fighter V match as well as reveal that Charlie Nash will be a playable character in the PS4/PC-exclusive Street Fighter V.

Charlie Nash's glasses
Charlie Nash's glasses

While Capcom is working on Street Fighter V, Ono promised to continue supporting Ultra Street Fighter IV next year. Ono also announced that the prize pool for next year's Capcom tournaments will be increased to $500,000.

Ono as Charlie Nash
Ono as Charlie Nash

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On Saturday, December 13, Capcom is hosting the finale of their Capcom Cup Ultra Street Fighter IV tournament here in San Francisco. You can watch the entire event live through their Twitch channel above, but the bigger reason for fans to tune will be to catch the first broadcast of a Street Fighter V match.

After handing out the $50,000 prize pool winnings for the tournament, Capcom is set to reveal some "special announcements as well."

Here's the full schedule of events (all times PST):

TimeEvent
10:30 AMDoors Open
11:30 AMOpening Ceremony
12:00 PMUSFIV Omega Mode Exhibition
12:30 PMUSFIV Tournament
3:00 PMHalftime Show
3:30 PMUSFIV Tournament Resumes
7:00 PMAwards Ceremony
7:15 PMSpecial Announcements

Street Fighter V was announced as a console exclusive on PS4 last week at the PlayStation Experience. However, Xbox executive Phil Spencer has also vowed to "work on making amends for SF."

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