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This weekend was host to CEO Dreamland, the first Smash-only CEO event. Here's a blow-by-blow recap of all the action.
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Read on to learn about his incredible bracket run as well as how other challengers fared!

For those not in-the-know, here’s all the info you need to enjoy day two of Genesis 4, as well as some of day one's highlights.
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The weekend results are in! If you didn't have time to catch the Twitch streams this past weekend, no worries! Here are the results from the big events that happened this past weekend!
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After a single action-packed afternoon, only 8 of 563 entrants remained in bracket at 2GGT: Abadango Saga. Read on for a recap of finals and top 8 results!
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The Netherlands' largest tournament to date has concluded, and the results for both Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Wii U are in! Read on to learn more about the finals for both events.
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Through their official Twitter, renouned Super Smash Bros organization 2GGaming released Southern California's latest Super Smash Bros. for Wii U power rankings!
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Top Smash players from all over the country came to Boston last August 26 - 28 for the region's first premiere event: Shine 2016. With a number of Super Smash Bros., Melee and for Wii U's titans present, the level of competition was set to be high and it showed. The stakes were high, the crowds intense and in the end, only one king could wear the crown for each game.
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Shine 2016 has been, without a doubt, one of the brightest tournaments Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has had this year, with some absolutely outstanding performances from players on all ends. The event has gone by in a flash, leaving us all more than a little dazzled, but what’s happened until now seems to be nothing compared to what’s brewing for today’s matches.
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