There are a few ways you can enter the beta for Street Fighter V and Capcom has given the details on how to do it. For those in North America (United States and Canada), beta keys can be obtained by pre-ordering Street Fighter V from GameStop, Amazon, Best Buy, and the PlayStation Network. An email containing a key from the retailer will later be sent out starting July 20. If pre ordered on PSN you will not have to redeem a beta key as you will automatically be able to download the client on July 20. If you live in Latin America you can access the beta by pre-ordering Street Fighter V on the PlayStation Network and automatically downloading the client on July 20. As for Asian countries, people can apply for access to the beta by downloading the Street Fighter V Closed Beta Test Ticket on the PlayStation Store. Applications are only open to PlayStation Plus members and will be available from July 9 - July 14, and the ones who have access to the beta will receive an email starting on July 21. The process will be the same for Japanese PlayStation Plus members who want to apply, the only difference being it will be moved up one day. In Japan, applications will be accepted between July 8 - July 13. Those in Europe can sign up for the beta with the PlayStation Network. Sign-ups will be taken until July 15, and the people chosen to participate will receive an email detailing the redemption process on July 23. The Street Fighter V beta starts on July 23. Street Fighter V is due out in Spring 2016 for PS4 and PC.