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With the conclusion of 2GGaming’s grandest event to date, 2GGC: Civil War Saga has set the bar for any and all Super Smash Bros. events. The focus of this event was none other than the eponymous Civil War event, a crew battle consisting of a ten-versus-ten being helmed by Gonzalo “ZeRo” Barrios and Elliot “Ally” Caroza-Oyarce.
A brief history of the inter-continental rivalry that is Japan vs North America.
Compiled by a team of tournament organizers and analysts with input from top players, the 2017 Recommended Ruleset aims to provide a single, unified ruleset for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U tournaments. While its contents are controversial, it may be exactly what the community needs.
Behind the smokescreen of fame there is always bitter tale left to be told. Gonzalo “ZeRo” Barrios’ climb to greatness is a story rife with struggle, disappointments and downfall; It is a story about overcoming seemingly impossible odds.
A breakdown of Singapore's five best Smash Wii U players according to the 2016 Year-End Power Rank.
In this op-ed piece, wncozens explains why Melee legend PPMD will strike back fierce - featuring excerpts from an interview he did with him.
Project M has always refused to die; especially in New York City. In this article, we take a look at where it all began, where it is now, and where it's going.
With Hitbox Olympus fast approaching, head TO and community leader Giuseppe "Messi" Messina shares his thoughts on the Project M community, and what the tournament means for them.
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.
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