Super Smash Bros Ultimate Tournament in Jozi – check it out
Remember a few months ago I headed to Amsterdam to host the European Smash Ball Cup? Well, it gave me a taste for the awesomeness that is Super Smash Bros Ultimate as a competitive title. A few days ago I was browsing through Facebook when I found the Super Smash Bros South Africa group (which I joined straight away) and it was there that I found out about the SuperSmash Golden Series Competition in July happening at the Nintendo Switch Pop Up Zone in Sandton City.
Who, what, where?
The SuperSmash Golden Series is happening at the Store on 20 July (Saturday). Check in begins at 10am with the Smash action starting at 11am.
All you need to do is pitch up to play, you can also bring your own controller if it is Switch compatible. Game Cubes are also allowed if you bring your own adaptor.
It’s a double elimination 1v1 tournament that allows for 64 players.
There will be 19 stages to compete on and a few character rules to keep in mind (I’ll link to the tournament page in a bit).
Items are disabled EXCEPT for the Smash Ball on low.
There are prizes for winners, with first place taking home a Steel Book, Keyring and Shirt and the runner up takes home a Keyring and shirt. There will also be spot prizes on the day.
Want to play?
I’ve been jamming Smash recently over on my live streams.
I love the game and I love the community I’ve met through hosting overseas and playing locally. I’d love to support more of these tournaments and I think they’re a great casual way to build the scene, which is why I’m sharing this tournament. You can sign up or find out more by clicking here. Also, what I like about the Golden Series is you don’t necessarily have to pitch up with your own Switch, you can sign up and compete without necessarily owning the console (even if that makes practice a bit hard). So be sure to check it out.
Also if you know of other Smash tournaments I’m missing out on here in South Africa, let me know in the comments below so I can promote them as well!
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