EVO Japan pulls Useless or Alive 6 stream for inappropriate content material
EVO Japan is at the moment being held within the Fukuoka Kokusai Heart in Fukuoka, Japan and the entire massive names in preventing video games are there. Capcom, Koei Tecmo, SNK, and extra are at the moment holding tournaments and demoing upcoming video games and DLC to the general public to construct hype for the way forward for their manufacturers. Not even a full day into the festivities, the occasion hit a snag within the streaming schedule.
Throughout a section selling the upcoming Useless or Alive 6, the fabric of the stream veered into what EVO officers thought of to be inappropriate content material. Following a string of offenses, the stream was pulled from Twitch and an announcement was issued apologizing for the snafu. The tweet has since been deleted however was archived by VG 24/7 for view under.
The primary offense got here when a couple of of the feminine presenters on stage started speaking about varied points of DOA6 and have been spanking one another whereas leaping round. Everybody was in on the act, which was clearly making an attempt to play up the raunchy aspect of this collection. After that, Koei Tecmo staff have been demoing the brand new free digital camera possibility in DOA6. Hulk Hogan wannabe Bass Armstrong had carried out a pile driver on Nyotengu and the digital camera was paused at an angle that appeared slightly sexual. The stream was abruptly pulled throughout this bit.
Whereas EVO Director Joey Cuellar had initially made that tweet, no different official remark has been given on the matter. The remainder of EVO Japan remains to be underway, so we’ll most likely not hear anything till after the tournaments have wrapped up.