Armada Steps Down from MIOM Competition Committee In Favor of Gender Equality
One of the top SSBM players in the world, Adam "Armada" Lindgren, has announced that he will be stepping down from his position on the Melee ruleset committee with the decision stemming from the fact that the committee was entirely male. Lindgren has given up his spot in hopes that Smash Sisters founder Emily Sun would be able to take his place.
Wed Sep 13 2017 -
a month ago
GameTyrant Expo: Why It's So Important
GameTyrant Expo (GT-X) has the biggest prize pool in Smash tournament history. Support from top players has been unanimous, and many believe GT-X to be the quintessential event in garnering […]
Fri Sep 01 2017 -
2 months ago
My First Tech: Prince Abu - Super Smash Bros. Melee
Whether you are the best player in the world or just a beginner who just bought his first controller and is learning the basics, everyone started learning how to play […]
Tue Aug 29 2017 -
2 months ago
ChuDat and Leffen Forced to Replay Set at Shine 2017
After the losers semifinals set at Shine 2017 this past weekend between Daniel "ChuDat" and William "Leffen" Hjelte concluded, it was discovered that a software mod was not enabled, and […]
Tue Aug 29 2017 -
2 months ago
My First Tech: Splyce Nintendude - Super Smash Bros. Melee
Whether you are the best player in the world or just a beginner who just bought his first controller and is learning the basics, everyone started learning how to play […]
Wed Aug 23 2017 -
2 months ago
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