EVO 2012 went down last weekend in Las Vegas, and while the dust has settled on the actual tournament, it's been long enough for this lovely video to be edited together.
In one of the most touching stories of the year, the fighting game readers of community website Shoryuken banded together to help disabled Japanese gamer Osamu Ichikawa get to this year's EVO tournament in Las Vegas.
In case you're just joining us, and/or didn't sit down and watch all the big showdowns live, EVO 2012 - the world's biggest fighting game tournament - has just wound up in Las Vegas.
A predominantly male audience, hyped up for digital combat...it may seem the unlikeliest of places for a man to propose to his lady friend, but that's exactly what happened during this weekend's EVO festivities in Vegas.
Watch two separate tournaments and a livestream of the EVO 2012 panels right here on Kotaku, presented to you by Shoryuken and Twitch.TV. You can also find the full, three-day schedule down below.
EVO 2012, the world's biggest fighting game tournament, is about to go down. And poor Woolie, Woolie has drawn Daigo Umehara in the very first round. Daigo is only the most acclaimed Street Fighter player of all time.