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Street Fighter V is...coming to Six Flags?

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Street Fighter V is shaping up to be a decent follow-up to SFIV, and Capcom has randomly decided to hype up the Spring 2016 release a bit with a Six Flags cross-promotion, which will see "participating" theme parks host a playable version of Street Fighter V.

Capcom was a little late with reminding us of this announcement that was made earlier in June, as the event kicks off tomorrow in Vallejo, California! Check out the full listing below. The event will feature custom "gaming pods" and themed kiosks, as well as eight-person single-elimination tournaments.

Complete list of dates and locations for the “Street Fighter V at Six Flags” experience:

July 2 – July 7
·         Six Flags Discovery Kingdom (Vallejo, CA)
July 4 – July 7
·         Six Flags Over Texas (Arlington, TX)
July 6 – December 31
·         Six Flags Magic Mountain (Valencia, CA)
July 13 – July 19
·         Six Flags Fiesta Texas (San Antonio, TX)
July 27 – August 2 
·         Six Flags Over St. Louis (Eureka, MO)
·         Six Flags Over Georgia (Austell, GA)
August 10 – August 16 
·         Six Flags Great America (Gurnee, IL)
·         Six Flags America (Bowie, MD)
August 24 – August 30 
·         Six Flags Great Adventure (Jackson, NJ)
·         Six Flags New England (Agawam, MA)

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