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All you need to know about Super Smash Bros. Melee Slippi Champions League

All you need to know about Super Smash Bros. Melee Slippi Champions League
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All you need to know about Super Smash Bros. Melee Slippi Champions League

General information

About the competition :

Tournament organizer Beyond the Smash has collaborated with FIZZI#36 to run a Melee championship during the pandemic. 16 invited players will compete across four weeks to identify the true champion of Melee.

There will two divisions, and each week 19 matches will be played. Each division will run a single-elimination bracket.

The top four in Division 1 will stay in the division, with the bottom four playing a relegation series.

The top four in Division 2 will advance to this Division 1 relegation series, while the bottom 4 will have to play relegation matches against the winners of open bracket qualifiers to stay in the league.

Dates and Times :

  • Week 2 starts Saturday October 25,2020, at 12 PM PDT/ 3PM EDT with the division 2.
  • Division 1 starts at 3PM PDT/6 PM EDT

Location : Online, limited to North America (Canada/USA/Mexico)

Format : Single elimination tournament

Prize Pool : $5000 divided $1600/$800/$400.

Tournament Bracket

Division 1 tournament - FGC
Division 1 tournament

Division 1 players

Players

Team

Mango

C9

Zain

Golden Guardians

n0ne

UYU

Captain Faceroll

S2J

beastcoast

iBDW

Panda Global

Spark

IlluZion Gaming

Plup

Panda Global

Division 2 players

Player

Team

Azel

Axe

Tempo Storm

SFAT

Counter Logic Gaming

Ginger

PewPewU

Counter Logic Gaming

Wizzrobe

Team Envy

Gahtzu

Revenge

Aklo

Streams

Official Stream

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