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It's Weekend Watchlist time!

This week we have two featured tournaments: Shine 2016, and Astra 2016. Will you go for some action in the states, or will you choose to watch the Latin American stars?
Some of the best talent from around the country will be competing at Shine 2016 from Friday the 26th to Sunday the 28th. Who knows what's in store? Players will be competing at their hardest ever in order to come off this month with some momentum for The Big House 6. For stream and schedule information read here.
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For weeks and months, we have been talking about the "Latin American community effort major", and we have given you lots of info so you know who to cheer for and place your bets on.
The lovely team at The Smash Writers has written up a preview for the upcoming major tournament: Shine 2016. Check out below for a preview, then head over to their preview for the full picture.
At Shine 2016's Smash Wii U event, New England's best will be competing with some of the world's finest.
The Japanese have long been praised for their technical prowess in all games Smash, and it shows. More specifically, they tend to exploit lesser-used characters to their full potential and show us what they are truly capable of. Youtuber "女神管理人" does this with Link in his combo video, while pulling off some unbelievable stuff in the process.
Xander Mobus, the announcer for Smash for 3DS/Wii U, asks some difficult trivia questions surrounding Smash!
This weekend, from August 26th to 28th, “Shine” will see its series debut in Boston, MA. Over 1600 players from all over the country will meet in Southern Boston to compete in Super Smash Bros., Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Wii U. The Melee competition is looking fierce, with juggernauts such as Joseph “Mang0” Marquez, Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma and Jason “Mew2King” Zimmerman in attendance among a cohort of other Top 100 players. Who do you think has the best odds of winning going into it?
This editorial is in regards to The Big House 6 and how Fendrick "Fendy" Lamar intends to take care of the commentators at the event. What we have in front of us is a sloppy step in the right direction for the future of Super Smash Bros. as a competitive eSport. It has plenty of problems however, and that's more of a matter of logistics and experience that comes from a different set of skills than what has carried the Smash scene forward for years.
The XXXI Olympic Games at Rio de Janeiro came to a close last Sunday, and with it began the countdown to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. This year’s Olympics featured a somewhat unorthodox event: the Olympic eGames.

This “side-event” was just a showcase event, featuring Smite and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. The eGames is aiming to become a full, all-around event with several other games at the next Olympic Games at Tokyo.
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