MaesumaTOP#7

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Tournament Information
Series:
MaesumaTOP
Location:
Japan Osaka
Prize pool:
$0 USD
Date:
May 1, 2022
Liquipedia Tier:
Circuit Information
Circuit:
Circuit Tier:
Super Silver Tier
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
512
Chronology

MaesumaTOP#7 was a major tournament held on May 1, 2022 in Osaka, Japan. The event was part of the Smash World Tour 2022 circuit as its first Super Silver Tier event, worth 275 points for the winner.

The tournament was won by acola, a relatively unknown player who had started competing outside of his city's local tournaments less than three months prior, and who became the first Steve main to win a major.

Prize Pool[edit]

Singles[edit]

Final Singles Bracket[edit]

From Winners
 Japan Yoshidora
0
May 1, 2022
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Small Battlefield
Small Battlefield
 Japan Shuton
3
From Losers
 Japan Tea
1
 Japan Tea
 Japan acola
May 1, 2022
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Final Destination
Final Destination
 Japan acola
2
Losers Finals
 Japan Yoshidora
1
May 1, 2022
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Smashville
Final Destination
Small Battlefield
 Japan acola
3
Grand Finals
 Japan Shuton
 
2
0
 Japan Shuton
 Japan acola
May 1, 2022
Final Destination
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Town and City
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Town and City
Φ Town and City
Small Battlefield
Small Battlefield
 Japan acola
 
3
3

Notable Entrants[edit]

Notable Entrants
Team VrilliantTeam Vrilliant
Japan ProtoBanham
RevoRevo
Japan Tea
SunSisterSunSister
Japan Shuton
SBI e-SportsSBI e-Sports
Japan KEN
RevoRevo
Japan Yoshidora
RevoRevo
Japan Kome
Team LiquidTeam Liquid
Japan Atelier
Japan Gackt Japan Paseriman
CJ eSportsCJ eSports
Japan Hero
Team VrilliantTeam Vrilliant
Japan Lea
flat gamingflat gaming
Japan acola
Japan Repo Japan Sigma Japan tk3
Japan Eim Japan Raito
PNG esportsPNG esports
Japan Jogibu
Japan DIO Japan Rizeasu
Ray Road GamingRay Road Gaming
Japan Manzoku
Shinobism GamingShinobism Gaming
Japan Abadango
Ray Road GamingRay Road Gaming
Japan Kameme
Japan Tsumusuto
PNG esportsPNG esports
Japan Shirayuki
Japan Toura Japan Munekin
UNI GamingUNI Gaming
Japan Ly
Japan Lunamado Japan Umeki
Rush GamingRush Gaming
Japan kept
Japan Shogun Japan ZAKI

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