Issen Madness Puts On 24-Hour Samurai Shodown Tournament To Benefit Special Olympics

By on March 20, 2020

Continuing the recent spirit of generosity in the Fighting Game Community, the Samurai Shodown community is hosting a 24-hour charity tournament today. It’s called Issen Madness, and it will gather donations for the Special Olympics, “the world’s largest sports organization for children and adults with intellectual disabilities and physical disabilities.”

Issen Madness will feature the 2019 version of Samurai Shodown as well as Samurai Shodown V Special, King of Fighters, and Garou: Mark of the Wolves. The streams will be going for 24 hours straight, so everyone around the world will have a good chance to tune in. Check out the action below and donate here. Also, make sure to support the people behind this awesome event by subscribing to their Twitch channels and following @Shin_Chie56789 and @DrSmoores on Twitter!


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