July 20, 2021

Mang0 beats Zain to win Smash Summit 11

In one of the greatest sets to watch in Super Smash Bros Melee esports history, Cloud9 Joseph “Mang0” Marquez completed a stellar run from the losers bracket to defeat Zain “Zain” Naghmi in the Smash Summit 11 grand finals. Yesterday was huge. If you haven’t watched some of the #SmashSummit 11 VODs yet… you’re missing […]

July 21, 2020

Get On My Line Online 2020 Smash Melee Singles crowns n0ne

On June 19, Edgard “n0ne” Sheleby triumphed at Get On My Line Online 2020 Smash Melee Singles. This tournament gathered more than 1300 participants, making it the largest online Smash Melee tournament ever created. It was also a part of a fundraiser for live tournaments in 2021. Captain n0ne Falcon Reaching the top 32 was […]

December 4, 2019

Smash Melee, now 18 years old and strong

On Nov. 21 of 2001, Super Smash Bros. Melee first released in Japan, recently passing its 18th birthday. The game later released to North American audiences on December 3 in the same year. Now, 18 years since the release of Smash Melee, the Melee community is without a doubt one of the most dedicated esports […]

September 23, 2019

Mainstage 2019 Smash Bros.: Hungrybox and Nairo reign supreme

Mainstage 2019 has concluded, albeit with the two attending Smash games having very different results. In Melee, long-time world No. 1 Hungrybox adds yet another Major win to his extensive resume. On the other side, Nairo walked away with his first Major win in Ultimate. Mainstage 2019: Hungrybox still at the Top In a Melee […]

September 10, 2019

Smash Bros DreamHack Montreal: Marss wins Ultimate, Hungrybox wins Melee

Smash Bros. DreamHack Montreal’s tournaments ended with Marss and Hungrybox victories It all concluded with PG Marss and Liquid Hungrybox taking the trophies in their respective games. Many higher seeded players didn’t end up coming to the event, making the Top 8 brackets very top-heavy. Panda Global Steals the Show Smash Ultimate’s Top 8 consisted […]

August 26, 2019

Samsora, Hungrybox lift gold at Shine 2019

WORCESTER, Mass. — Thousands of spectators filled Massachusetts’ DCU Center last night for the finals of Shine 2019, the fourth iteration of the annual New England Super Smash Bros. event. Melee In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Juan “Hungrybox” DeBiedma fought his way to a first-place finish, while Ezra “Samsora” Morris topped the 882-man bracket in […]