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Doubles prize pool:
November 5, 2015
November 8, 2015
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Smash Summit was a tournament hosted by Beyond The Summit (BTS) that featured ten invited players and six players voted in by the community.
Beyond The Summit aimed to create a "behind the scenes" oriented tournament, inspired by TakeTV's Homestory Cup in StarCraft 2, where the fans can see sides of their favorite players that they don't normally get to see. To achieve this, the tournament was held at the BTS House in Los Angeles, where the crew currently live and work.
The tournament had a base prize pool of $11,600. A Donation Drive Shop similar to the Big House 5 Compendium was used to increase the singles prize pool to $32,929.
- Ten players are directly invited.
- Twenty players from Twitter Voting Round advance to Donation Drive Contest.
- Six players from the twenty are chosen as participants.
- Twitter Voting Round
- One can nominate any player.
- One's Tweet counts for 10 votes if their Twitter account is linked to their smashgg account
- One's Tweet counts for 15 votes if they follow smashgg on Twitter
- Donation Drive Contest
- Top 20 from Twitter Voting Round get in.
- One earns 5 Votes for their first purchase in the Summit Donation Shop.
- One earns 1 Vote per $5 spent in the Donation Shop.
- One earns 5 Votes if they have ever attended a tournament on smashgg.
- One earns 3 Votes for every Donation Drive they have participated in on smashgg.
- One earns 1 Vote each for participating in Fantasy Evo and Fantasy Big House.
- One can split their votes between players.
- 10/14/2015 7pm PDT: Bottom 3 players eliminated (17 left)
- 10/15/2015 7pm PDT: Bottom 3 players eliminated (14 left)
- 10/16/2015 7pm PDT: Bottom 2 players eliminated (12 left)
- 10/19/2015 7pm PDT: Top 2 players invited, Bottom 2 eliminated (8 left)
- 10/21/2015 7pm PDT: Top 2 players invited, Bottom 2 eliminated (4 left)
- 10/22/2015 7pm PDT: Top 2 players invited, Bottom 2 eliminated
Approximately 63% of the $32,929 singles prize pool was raised via crowdfunding. A $3,000 prize for doubles was also raised through donations. Other events included a $3,200 challenge round, a $1,500 double draft crew battle and a $500 iron man challenge.
|3rd||$4,116.13|| Mew2King||COGnitive Gaming|
|4th||$2,469.68|| Plup||Panda Global|
|5th-6th||$1,481.81|| PPMD||Evil Geniuses|
| Axe||Tempo Storm|
|9th-12th||$658.58|| PewPewU||Counter Logic Gaming|
| Westballz||Tempo Storm|
| Swedish Delight|
| Kage the Warrior|
|3rd-4th||-||Team Swedish Delight|
|Kage the Warrior|
Final Singles Bracket
Final Doubles Bracket
Team Swedish Delight
Team Swedish Delight
Iron Man Bracket
- Annoucement of ten invited players
- Top 22 Voted Players for the Twitter Vote Round
- Singles Prize Pool
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "Smash Summit: Donate". smash.gg. Retrieved 2017-02-15.
- ↑ Overtriforce, Android and Spud are eliminated
- ↑ Kpoptosis announces Leffen's replacement