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Astra 2016 Aftermath: Latin America's Melee and Smash Wii U Stars Showed Their Moves


Many of Latin America's Super Smash Bros. Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Melee stars gathered this weekend at the region's major tournament, Astra.

Players from all Latin America showed their moves, and today, this showcase of amazing skill has come to an end. Here are the results:



Super Smash Bros. Melee


At the Melee side of the tournament, Chile's Francisco "Dark" Alfaro faced off against Nicaragua's Edgard "EMG n0ne" Sheleby in Grand Finals, the latter coming in from the Losers Bracket.

N0ne managed to overcome his disadvantageous position and reset the bracket 3-1. He then took the gold home by winning the second Grand Finals set 3-1 against Dark's Fox.

Super Smash Bros. Wii U


At the Smash 4 side of the tournament, Venezuelan titan Joshua "8A" Requena advanced from Winner Finals after defeating the Peruvian Sergio "Axl-4J" Buleje in a nail-biting fourth game with a time out victory. In Losers Finals, Axl-4J defeated Maykoll "Dabrezz" Acosta and went for the Grand Finals run-back versus 8A, which he lost 3-1.

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So what do you think? Do you recognize any of the winners? Let us know in the comments!

For more coverage on the Latin American scene, stay tuned on Smashboards.
 
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Mario "Diosdi" Osuna

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Hmm, the level of melee was pretty impressive.
All the way from top 24 to top 5 was very good!

Sadly smash4 lvl wasn´t as good, not very technical, very patient/camping style, etc.
 
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Que lo mames manda a decir Joshua
Buena respuesta campeón, no sé si podamos discutir en español. English please ;).

Also, what i said was proved by facts, the lvl of play was kinda low compared to other countries, not saying the players are bad. Still, a good start, keep getting better buddy.
 
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I enjoyed the event a lot! :) Sadly couldn't break into the top 16 for Smash 4 (got 17th) but hey, we in there at least o3o
 
Hmm, the level of melee was pretty impressive.
All the way from top 24 to top 5 was very good!

Sadly smash4 lvl wasn´t as good, not very technical, very patient/camping style, etc.
That is how you play Smash 4 well
 
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