How to Watch Smash Summit 8

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The long-awaited Super Smash Bros. Melee invitational, Smash Summit 8, began on June 13th, 2019 and will continue until June 16th, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. The main draw of the event is that it features many famous players in both casual and competitive settings. The players who were invited, voted in and/or qualified this time are:
  • Alvaro “Trifasia” Garcia Moral
  • Avery “Ginger” Wilson
  • Cody “iBDW” Schwab
  • Drew “Drephen” Scoles
  • Edgard “n0ne” L. Sheleby
  • Jeffrey “Axe” Williamson
  • Johnny “S2J” Kim
  • Juan “HungryBox” DeBiedma
  • Justin “Plup” McGrath
  • Justin “Wizzrobe” Hallet
  • Joseph “Mango” Marquez
  • Kurtis “Moky” Pratt
  • Masaya “aMSa” Chikamoto
  • Te Tuhi “Spud” Kelly
  • William “Leffen” Hjelte
  • Zain Naghmi
Smash Summit 8 doesn’t just show off players, it’s got events for everyone to play in! You can watch Melee singles, doubles, Smash Quiplash, and the much beloved Mafia. Some events have already happened, these include a reverse mains bracket, draft crews, a rock paper scissors world championship and a day of Mafia which already happened. If you missed any events, you can still watch all of it on their YouTube channel! If you’re interested in watching the upcoming events, check out the schedule below.

Schedule, all times in PDT, stream at Btssmash on Twitch:
  • June 14th, starting at 10:30 AM: Melee Doubles, Melee Singles Group A, Smash Quiplash, and Mafia
  • June 15th, starting at 10:30 AM: Melee Doubles Top 4, Melee Singles Group B, Melee Singles Bracket Round 1, and Mafia
  • June 16th, starting at 10:30 AM: Melee Singles Finals and Mafia


Author’s Note: Who do you expect to win Smash Summit 8 Singles? Anyone you’re rooting for? Let us know in the comments below!
 
Mitchell "ZeroSoul" Brenkus

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