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Riptide Project+ Bracket Canceled Following Cease & Desist from Nintendo
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The organizers for Riptide have released a statement on Twitter, announcing that the event will no longer feature Project+ following a cease and desist order from Nintendo. Riptide's staff currently plans to contact all attendees registered for P+ events with information on how to request a refund.
PMRank: Quarantine's Rising Stars
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In light of the unique circumstances caused by the global pandemic, the PMRank team wants to spotlight players who were not showcased on PMRank 2019, and who had standout performances throughout the year.
Melee It On Me and Beyond the Summit Announce 5 Days of Melee
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On December 6th, Melee it On Me and Beyond the Summit announced 5 Days of Melee, a five-day stream event celebrating the Melee community and raising money for Direct Relief.
#SaveSmash, The Smash Community and Nintendo
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Shortly after The Big House’s cancellation, the hashtag #FreeMelee caught on. A few days later, an anonymous twitlonger was published and spawned massive outrage. As a result, #SaveSmash joined #FreeMelee as a popular hashtag. Why did this twitlonger spark such emotion? It alleges that Nintendo has been harming the Smash community.
Smash Stands in Solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement
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Smash figureheads across the board have been declaring that Black lives matter, organizing charity tournaments, and holding fundraisers.
3.6Rank: 10-6
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Welcome back to another article on the greatest players of Project M 3.6! Today I’ll be running through #10-6 on the list.
3.6Rank: 30-21
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Welcome back to my third article on the greatest players of Project M 3.6! Today I’ll be running through #30-21 on my list.
3.6Rank: 40-31
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Welcome back to my second article on the greatest players of Project M 3.6! Today I’ll be running through #40-31 on my list. If you missed my last article, which includes a more extensive introduction to the series, you can catch that here. Without further ado, let’s get into it!
The Greatest Project M 3.6 Players of All Time: #50–41
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Hey everyone, welcome to my attempt at recapping the histories of some of the greatest players in Project M 3.6 history. With the advent of Project + over the last year, and the general slowdown of the Project M/+ scene, I’d like to take some time and talk about the players who defined the past, present, and hopefully, future of the game. While these articles are, and will be presented as, rankings of the greatest PM 3.6 players of all time, my goal is primarily to remember and celebrate the narratives that everyone on this list, from #50 to #1, helped to create over the last four years.
PMRank 2019: Recap
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PMRank 2019 concludes with a few interesting statistics, and a video surprise.
PMRank 2019: 3-1
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Today, PMRank 2019 concludes its main course, and today, we honor the players at the absolute highest level of the game.
PMRank 2019: 6-4
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Three players, three uncommon characters, and three large ranking jumps appear in today's PMRank article.
PMRank 2019: 10-7
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PMRank 2019 resumes with some of the game's most thrilling players to watch. These four are true students of the game, and their wealth of practice has yielded a bounty of skill.
PMRank 2019: 20-11
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The last of the new faces make their first PMRank appearance today, along with many veterans making large jumps.
PMRank 2019: 30-21
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The PMRank 2019 top 30 begins with a few familiar faces, as well as some making their grand debuts.
PMRank 2019: 40-31
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PMRank 2019 continues on, with the first 2018 veterans making their appearances, as well as a number of new faces.
PMRank 2019: 50-41
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PMRank 2019 has finally arrived. Today begins the long awaited list of this year's top 50 players.
PMRank 2019: The Edge of Glory
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Greetings one and all to the opening of the fourth annual ranking of Project M's top 50 players, PMRank 2019! We are very excited to begin unveiling this year's rankings, but first we want to acknowledge a few players who very nearly missed out on a top 50 spot.
PMRank 2018: Recap
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Hello everyone, Pikmon here! PMRank 2018 has been released in full, so we want to take a step back and peruse some fun facts and statistics. Today we'll be analyzing the character diversity and regional representation of the top 50 players from this year. And at the end, we have a special treat to share with you all.
PMRank 2018: 3-1
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Ladies and gentlemen, we have arrived. Today's article concludes PMRank 2018 with the top 3 Project M players in the world. We hope to do each of their stories justice.
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