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PMRank 2017 continues with ranks 20 through 11! While almost all of today's featured players are veterans to the Project M scene, there are still a couple of new faces who stunned everyone on the national front and earned their stripes as we approach the top of the rankings.
Super Smash Bros. Melee at Genesis 5 was a rollercoaster of a ride. Over 1300 players entered this year, and pools saw fierce fights for survival. The level of competition has risen since Genesis 4, and not even those at the top could relax. If Genesis 5 is any indicator of Melee in 2018, then it’s looking like a good year for competitive advancement. Here, we will be looking at those who made it to Top 8, and their journeys through Top 64.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U returned to Genesis 5 for its third run at the prestigious tournament series. With the recent news about Zero’s retirement, this tournament was the perfect opportunity for the community to see just where the game’s future resided. The sets that played out there could set the tone for the future year in Smash 4, and possibly for far longer. Here, we look over the Top 8 finalists and the journeys they took through Top 32.
Welcome to the maiden voyage of PMRank 2017, hosted by SmashBoards!... Well, almost. Before we set sail to find out who the top 50 Project M players of 2017 are, we’ve decided to pay tribute to a small number of players who just barely didn’t make the cut.
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