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Panda Global has been growing strong in Smash even though the team is so relatively new. Having only been around since June of 2015 they have already signed on names like Eric "ESAM" Kew, Jestise "MVD" Negron, Justin "Plup" McGrath, and Shane "SS" Bruce. Today they add a Smash player and commentator with an entire technique named after him. Panda Global has signed Robert "Wobbles" Wright!

It's official: Evo will be returning to host the 15th event in the Evolution Championship Series: Evo 2016! Having housed Melee, Brawl, and Smash 4 under its roof Smash fans will be excited to see where it heads for the 2016 edition of the event. The official trailer for the event has been released which highlights some of the best moments from last year's event.

Mind Over Meta is a weekly series of articles on /r/SSBPM, the Project M subreddit. Written by several different authors, this series covers many of the mental aspects of playing smash and other subjects related specifically to Project M. This week user L_Pag wrote about stages. The original article can be found here. To read the rest of the series check out the Mind Over Meta Archive. Sit down, read, and enjoy.

Welcome to the Weekend Watchlist 25! The Smashboards events system recently got a fantastic upgrade and we've combed through all of the tournaments submitted to find some of the best events being streamed this weekend to feature here. So without further ado put on a costume, munch some candy, and read our Weekend Watchlist!

Welcome to another Random Tournament Spotlight! As the name of this series implies we will be taking events at random that are entered into our event system be it big or small, on any day of the week, or however unusual and highlight a part of our Smash scene. Last time we met some folks in Philadelphia celebrating a new venue. This time we head to Virginia to meet the folks behind Anvil Smash.

This week's Weekly Top 5 Smash Shorts series ends with a blast showcasing another series of community contributed Smash clips with Magic43's Captain Falcon taking the top spot. You don't want to miss the last two plays.

What is a Smash Short? As the name suggests, it's a quick moment or series of events in Smash that is so good that you have to share it with someone. And we're giving you (yes, you) the opportunity to share those moments for a chance to be selected as one of the Top 5.

Missed the best moments from the past week in the competitive Smash community? EMG has you covered and just posted the 42nd installment of their Play of the Week series! Featured in this episode are highlights from #StR2015 including Lucky's career ending Falcon punch and a slew of unreal comebacks, combos and more! The clips are some of the best plays yet and certainly will help you remember this week in Smash history!

Smashboards moderator and Sonic main @Camalange is back with another tutorial! He previously released several other excellent tutorials that covered things like Instant Spin Dash Jumping, Spinshots, and a unique warp glitch. This time the video focuses on Platform Bounce Canceling, a technique that can be useful as or against Sonic, Mega Man, and even Pac-Man. Give it a watch and see how it can be implemented in game!

Sin Gaming, which currently sponsors an Australian pro League of Legends team, will be extending its reach into the world of Smash for the first time to sign Spud! Spud became famous after being the highest placing Oceania Melee player at BAM7 as well as being the only Oceania player to take down an international guest. Does this mean we'll see more of Spud possibly at events in the United States? "We're currently negotiating with sponsors." Sin Gaming said on Twitter. "Very keen to make it possible."

Last October 24, the Philippine's largest event to date, ESGS Brawlfest occurred. With 32+ and 50+ players in the brackets for Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. 4, the attendee list comprised of some of the country's best players.

Earlier this year, we sat down with long time Super Smash Bros. Melee veteran Myk "Playbook Elite | L1NK" Villaflor as part of our coverage on the Asian scene. Due to conflicts...
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