List of major Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournaments

Still from the broadcast before the start of the match, with Tweek and MkLeo in the foreground and the spectators and event locale in the background
Tweek (left) and MkLeo (right) moments before the start of the grand final match of 2GG: Kongo Saga, an S-tier tournament held in 2019.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a crossover fighting video game for the Nintendo Switch. Players control one of over 80 characters drawn from Nintendo and third-party game franchises, and try to knock their opponents out of an arena. Each player has a percentage meter which rises when they take damage; characters become easier to knock into the air or out of bounds as the percentage increases.[1][2]

Games in the Super Smash Bros. franchise have been played competitively since the early 2000s, but the inclusion of Super Smash Bros. Melee at the 2013 edition of Evolution Championship Series (Evo), a major multi-game tournament, was seen as a turning point; after Evo 2013, competitive Smash saw an increase in tournaments, media coverage, and attention from Nintendo.[3] Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the fifth officially released Smash Bros. title; all five have been played competitively, as has a fan-made mod of Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Project M.[4][5] Many of the top-ranked Ultimate players were highly ranked in previous Smash Bros. titles.[6]

Ultimate was released on December 7, 2018, to critical acclaim,[7][8] and broke sales records in the United States and Europe en route to becoming the best-selling fighting game of all time.[9][10][11] The release of Ultimate saw an increase in the number of people entering and watching tournaments, leading to an increase in available prize money compared to the previous title, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.[12] However, unlike many other developers, Nintendo does not contribute funds to tournament prize pools. As a result, the prize pools for Ultimate are still significantly smaller than those of other fighting games.[13][14] The Ultimate tournament at Evo 2019 had just over 3,500 entrants, which made it the largest offline tournament held in Smash Bros. franchise history.[15] However, its prize pool of $35,300 - $10 from each player's registration fee - was smaller than that of Street Fighter V, which had only 1,951 entrants, but whose developer Capcom contributed $50,000 to the prize pool.[13][14][16] Additionally, Japanese law significantly limits cash prizes for esports events held in that country. Some Japanese tournaments use legal loopholes to provide cash prizes,[17] while others offer non-cash prizes, including tickets for players to attend American tournaments.[18] Nintendo received widespread criticism after Ultimate was the only game at Evo Japan 2020 not to offer a cash prize. While other games' developers joined the Japan Esports Union, allowing them to offer prizes, Nintendo did not, and instead awarded the winner a Switch controller emblazoned with a gold Smash Bros. logo.[19][20][21] In a January 2020 interview, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa indicated that the company did not intend to support esports, stating that the company's focus was on inclusiveness, and their ability to create games that a large number of people want to play, without the need for prize money, was one of Nintendo's strengths.[22][23]

Smash Bros. tournaments are generally seeded so that the best players do not face off against each other until the later stages of a tournament. The most authoritative ranking of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players is the Panda Global Rankings Ultimate (PGRU).[19][24][25] The PGRU groups tournaments into one of four tiers – S, A, B, and C – based on the number of entrants, with S being the most prestigious tier and C the least. Tournaments can also qualify for higher tiers by having a large number of highly ranked players, even if the overall number of entrants is lower. Tournaments held outside of the United States require fewer entrants to qualify for higher tiers, owing to their smaller competitive communities.[24][26] S-tier and A-tier events are frequently called "majors", with S-tier tournaments sometimes called "supermajors".[27][28][29][30] This list contains all PGRU majors – S- and A-tier events – from the release of Ultimate through the present.[a]

PGRU S-tier tournamentsEdit

 
MkLeo won 5 of the first 7 S-tier Ultimate tournaments
 
Tweek took the top spot at Ultimate's second-ever S-tier event
 
Nairo won 2020's first S-tier tournament

The following is a list of results from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournaments considered S-tier by the Panda Global Rankings Ultimate:[32][33][34]

List of S-tier Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournaments
Tournament Location Date Entrants[b] Prize pool 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Refs.
GENESIS 6 Oakland, California, United States February 2–3, 2019 1,113 $20,890 MkLeo VoiD Samsora Dabuz [35][36]
Frostbite 2019 Detroit, Michigan, United States February 22–24, 2019 1,239 Unknown Tweek MkLeo Myran Shuton [37][38][39]
Umebura Japan Major Tokyo, Japan May 1–2, 2019 1,015 ¥0 Kameme ProtoBanham Raito Cosmos [40][41]
MomoCon 2019 Atlanta, Georgia, United States May 23–26, 2019 1,280 $10,000 MkLeo Tweek Marss Samsora [42][43]
Smash'N'Splash 5 Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, United States May 31 – June 2, 2019 1,610 Unknown MkLeo Samsora Ally Marss [44][45]
Evo 2019 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States August 2–4, 2019 3,529 $35,300 MkLeo Tweek Glutonny Samsora [46]
Super Smash Con 2019 Chantilly, Virginia, United States August 8–11, 2019 2,708 Unknown MkLeo Samsora Tweek Marss [47][48]
Shine 2019 Worcester, Massachusetts, United States August 23–25, 2019 882 Unknown Samsora MkLeo Nairo Marss [49][50]
Mainstage Ontario, California, United States September 20–22, 2019 273 $5,000 Nairo MkLeo Marss Light [51][52]
The Big House 9 Detroit, Michigan, United States October 4–6, 2019 1,017 $10,170 Zackray Dabuz Maister Nairo [53][54]
2GG: Kongo Saga La Mirada, California, United States December 7–8, 2019 909 Unknown MkLeo Tweek Maister Light [55][56]
Let's Make Big Moves New York City, New York, United States January 3–6, 2020 650 $6,350+ Nairo Dabuz Kameme Tea [57][58][59]
Evo Japan 2020 Tokyo, Japan January 24–26, 2020 1,819 ¥0 Shuton Kome Tea Paseriman [19][60]
GENESIS 7 Oakland, California, United States January 24–26, 2020 1,699 $18,990+ Marss MkLeo Samsora ESAM [61][62][63]
Frostbite 2020 Detroit, Michigan, United States February 21–23, 2020 1,280 $12,800 MkLeo Maister Tweek Tea [64][65][66]

PGRU A-tier tournamentsEdit

 
Glutonny was the champion of Europe's first Ultimate major
 
Marss won the first Ultimate major held in Mexico

The following is a list of results from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournaments considered A-tier by the Panda Global Rankings Ultimate:[32][33][34]

List of A-tier Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournaments
Tournament Location Date Entrants[b] Prize pool 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Refs.
Umebura SP 3 Tokyo, Japan April 12, 2019 509 ¥0 Nietono Kameme KEN ProtoBanham [67]
2GG: Prime Saga La Mirada, California, United States April 13–14, 2019 842 Unknown Shuton Zackray Light Nairo [68][69]
Pound 2019 Laurel, Maryland, United States April 19–21, 2019 802 Unknown Ally Myran Marss Samsora [70][71]
Get On My Level 2019 Toronto, Ontario, Canada May 17–19, 2019 847 Unknown Tweek Marss ESAM MkLeo [72][73]
CEO 2019 Daytona Beach, Florida, United States June 28–30, 2019 1,164 Unknown MkLeo Marss Ally Dabuz [74][75]
Albion 4 London, England July 6–7, 2019 895 Unknown Glutonny Dabuz Raito Scr7 [76][77]
Low Tier City 7 Arlington, Texas, United States July 12–14, 2019 696 Unknown Tweek Dabuz Marss Elegant [78][79]
Smash Factor 8 San Pedro Cholula, Mexico July 26–28, 2019 532 Unknown Marss MkLeo Maister Glutonny [80][81]
Umebura SP 4 Tokyo, Japan August 17, 2019 517 ¥0 Abadango Brood Kameme KEN [82][83]
Switchfest 2019 La Mirada, California, United States August 31 – September 1, 2019 447 Unknown Kameme Tea Kome Shuton [84][85]
Glitch 7[c] Laurel, Maryland, United States September 14–15, 2019 566 Unknown ESAM Light Dabuz Nairo [87][88]
Umebura SP 5 Tokyo, Japan September 28, 2019 512 ¥0 Shuton Zackray Choco Kirihara [89][90]
Ultimate Fighting Arena 2019 Aubervilliers, France October 4–6, 2019 490 €8,000 MkLeo Glutonny Space Kameme [91][92][93]
Thunder Smash 3 Long Beach, California, United States October 12, 2019 86 $10,000+ Tea Marss Cosmos Salem [94][95]
Umebura SP 6 Tokyo, Japan October 21–22, 2019 722 ¥0 Kuro Kameme Umeki KEN [96][97]
Smash Ultimate Summit 2 Los Angeles, California, United States October 24–27, 2019 16 $50,000+ MkLeo Samsora Nairo Maister [98][99]
Syndicate 2019 Utrecht, Netherlands October 25–27, 2019 640 Unknown Glutonny quiK Space Greil [100][101]
DreamHack Atlanta 2019 Atlanta, Georgia, United States November 15–17, 2019 641 $10,000 Marss Samsora Dabuz Dark Wizzy [102][103][104]
Umebura SP 7 Tokyo, Japan November 16, 2019 758 ¥0 Zackray KEN Raito T [105]9:00[106]
EGS Cup 3 Tokyo, Japan January 12–13, 2020 128 ¥0 Zackray Abadango Shuton ProtoBanham [107][108]
Glitch 8 Laurel, Maryland, United States January 18–19, 2020 729 Unknown Tweek Dark Wizzy ESAM Cosmos [109][110]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the PGRU suspended the competitive season in mid-March 2020.[31]
  2. ^ a b Entrant counts are drawn from smash.gg, the tool that tournament organizers use to manage brackets. The data is self-reported.
  3. ^ Glitch 7 was expected to be an S-tier event, but lost its status due to one of the top-ranked players dropping out of the event.[86] The following PGRU season, a rule change was made to prevent an event's tier from dropping due to a single player disqualifying.[26]

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