CEO Gaming is excited to announce it’s official tournament schedule for 2020. Our three major events will return to the familiar Wyndham Orlando Resort!
In 2020, we’ve decided to try something a little different.CEO will be highlighting the amazing communities from the last decade of our events by offering three individual events focused on the sub-genres of fighting games that inspired them. These events will be a players first celebration providing a fun environment for all.
CEO Fighting Game Championships
June 26-28, 2020
Featuring Street Fighter V: Champion Edition, Tekken 7, Mortal Kombat 11, retro titles, Pro Tour support, and much more! Final Tournament list will be announced February 1st.
Registration opens February 1st, 2020!
CEOtaku Anime Fighting Game Championships
September 25-27th, 2020
Featuring established anime flavored fighting games such as Guilty Gear, BlazBlue, UNICLR, Karaoke, and much more!
Registration opens by July 1st, 2020.
All three events will maximize an entire 60,000 sq ft of space inside of the Wyndham Orlando Resort; featuring dedicated 24 hour free play rooms, artist alleys, vendors, and more!
The Wyndham is surrounded by over 100 restaurants, convenience stores, and shopping centers, all within walking distance. Everything you need for a complete weekend is right next to the venue. The Wyndham is also just a 20 minute drive from the Orlando International Airport (MCO) which now allows UBER/Lyft to pick up arrivals.
The CEO Fighting Game Championships are returning to the Wyndham Orlando Resort alongside CEO Dreamland and CEOtaku as part of a 2020 showcase celebrating past CEO experiences. During this throwback year we will be working to refine the CEO experience for 2021, when the annual CEO Fighting Game Championships will once again be hosted at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, FL. CEO Gaming continues to search for a permanent home to keep our growth rooted in Orlando, but until an affordable location is identified we are focused on continuing to host an ever improving event in Daytona Beach.
CEO spent 2 years experimenting with exponential growth, chasing a vision it is determined to realize year after year. As with any quest, it is sometimes necessary to re-explore where you started; picking-up new ideas and new tools in the process. Knowing that, CEO is celebrating getting through 10 years of events by circling home, and refueling the passions that have helped our team to create one of the world’s largest fighting game conventions. We’re still aiming for the moon in future years, but join us as we take a moment to appreciate the garden we started in one last time.
Thank you to everyone that has supported CEO over the years and continues to be a part of our community.