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In a little under an hour, the final votes will be tallied for the third iteration of Smash Summit. Among the 4 players left is Ryan “The Moon” Coker-Welch, a top Marth talent from the East Coast. Having played only since 2011, The Moon has taken sets off of top talent, been one of the most electrifying personalities on and off the mic, and below is his case for why he wants your votes for Smash Summit 3.

Rising Moon

Having been introduced into the scene by Tarik “Luck” Johnson, The Moon was in the right place at the right time to...
Esports team Luminosity Gaming have signed their second Smash player.
European Smash is back at it with another national record breaking tournament. This time we are in Norway with a few special guests!
by Djent, Today
This Saturday, Kansai's premier tournament series returns for another installment! Hosted by SHIG | 9B in Daito City, Osaka, Sumabato 14 is shaping up to be one of the most exciting entries yet. With old champions and new prospects all vying to win, West Japan's elaborate web of rivalries can only grow. Read on to learn more about what to expect, and be sure to tune into SHI Gaming's stream when it goes live!
The second last voting phase for the highly anticipated Super Smash Bros. Melee invitational Smash Summit 3 has come to and end! This time around, two returning Smash Summit participants made the cut: Midwest hero James "Duck" Ma and PewFat's Kevin "PewPewU" Toy. However, not everyone's a winner when it comes to the Smash Summit's rigorous voting system; Aaron "Professor Pro" Thomas and Kashan "Chillin" Khan have been eliminated this round.
Why Professor Pro, the UK's best player, deserves your votes for Smash Summit 3.
At 7am PT, on October 20th, Nintendo revealed its next home console, Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo is going to announce its' new device. Join Source Gaming as they discuss if Sakurai should continue to be involved with Smash, and their impressions of the NX.
The third phase of voting for Smash Summit 3 has concluded, with two more players invited and two others eliminated. James “HTC | Mafia” Lauerman landed in 1st place, while Johnny “Tempo | S2J” Kim took second. Both will be flown out to compete with some of the best Super Smash Bros. Melee players in the world. Additionally, Joey “Selfless | Lucky” Aldama and Daniel “VGBC | ChuDat” Rodriguez will not move on to the next phase, and so won’t be able to attend.
A new chapter begins for one of Super Smash Bros. Melee's most notorius rivalries. As of October 19th, James "Denial | Duck" Ma put out a video for his Smash Summit campaign dissing William "TSM RB | Leffen" Hjelte and challenging him to a first-to-five $1000 money match at Smash Summit 3.
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