(Pictured: Daigo with his weapon of destruction)
CEO was a great event for us in many ways. It was a first for most of us and a great way for us to connect with the communities, especially with the attention we've been getting recently:
Someone from TSA purposefully flagged my @Hit_Box during pre-check just so he could ask me questions about it lmao.— Hit Box | Chris Nguyen (@Chris_H_Nguyen) June 27, 2019
The experience we had running the booth, demoing our products, and simply meeting new people is something we won't forget. The enthusiasm that everyone had visiting us was outstanding. It really drives us to continue to do what we do.
We showcased our new projector at the event, and hid it in plain site.
A team kill, but it was bound to happen with how large the army has grown.
We swear the only time our booth wasn't packed was early mornings and during the wrestling event. Everyone wanted a taste of Hit Box.
These two especially were all excitement and ready to convert in minutes.
The staff, organization, photography, everything was great at this event, and we're so proud to have been a part of it and hope to do so in the future.
Now let's take a look at some of the competitors, the players that broke out of pools:
Youma, Florida, 129th in Smash Ultimate
PianoDensetsu, Georgia, 65th in Street Fighter 5
Out at 96th. 🏄— Hit Box | Densetsu (@PianoDensetsu) June 29, 2019
I promise I’m getting stronger, have a few things to work on fundamentally (AAs...) and we’re in there.
I want to make y’all proud. I will.
GGs to @ShakzLDN, fun set. Much love to @Hit_Box for allowing me to be here, time for casuals.
Jayto, Texas, 17th in DBFZ
I'm not proud of this yet, but I think I will be. Notably I was able to keep myself from tilting today, which means my losses point more to actual holes in my game. Next stop Evo! @Hit_Box #hitboxarmy pic.twitter.com/3qWtF8r5Pk— Hit Box | Jayto @ EVO (@Jayto89) June 29, 2019
And, of course:
Daigo, Japan, 5th in Street Fighter 5
It's fantastic to see how many Hit Box players are out there, and even more surreal to have The Beast himself pressing all buttons in Top 8. It was certainly an event to remember.
We hope to see you all at EVO, and can't wait to share what's in store...
Hitbox is the future.— CG|GoldenApex (@goldenapexnc) July 1, 2019
Thank you, and may your inputs be bleessed.