Smash Ultimate Summit 2

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[e][h]Smash Ultimate Summit 2
Tournament Information
Series:
Organizer:
Location:
United States Los Angeles
Tournament Type:
Invitational
Prize pool:
$50,440 USD
Start Date:
October 24, 2019
End Date:
October 27, 2019
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
16
Chronology

Smash Ultimate Summit 2 was a tournament hosted by Beyond The Summit (BTS) that featured two invited players, nine players qualified through a tournament, and five players voted in by the community.[1]

Overview[edit]

Beyond The Summit aims 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 is held at the BTS House in Los Angeles, where the crew currently lives and works.

The six highest placing non-invited players at Mainstage will fill six out of the nine qualifier slots for this event. Two more qualifier slots will be filled at The Big House 9. The ninth qualifier slot will be filled at 2GG: Nightmare on Smashville. Marss, Light, Nairo, VoiD, Tea, and MuteAce qualified at Mainstage. Salem and MuteAce both finished in 7-8th place at Mainstage, necessitating a tiebreaker, however it was not needed as Salem decided to give the sixth qualifier spot to MuteAce.[2][3] zackray and Dabuz qualified at The Big House 9 with a 1st and 2nd place finish. Maister qualified at 2GG: Nightmare on Smashville with a 1st place finish.

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Commentators:
    • United States Coney (Zak Zeeks)
    • United States D1 (D'Ron Maingrette)
    • United States EE (Phil Visu)
    • United States Keitaro (Richard King)
    • United States TKbreezy (Terrence Kershaw)
    • United Kingdom Virum (Jordan Campbell)

Prize Pool[edit]

The prize pool was distributed as follows: [Inside Source]

Final Singles Bracket[edit]

From Winners
 USA Nairo
2
 United States Nairo
October 27, 2019
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Smashville
 USA Samsora
3
From Losers
 Mexico Maister
2
 Mexico MkLeo
October 27, 2019
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Town and City
Φ Smashville
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
 Mexico MkLeo
3
Losers Finals
 USA Nairo
1
 United States Nairo
 Mexico MkLeo
October 27, 2019
Φ Town and City
Battlefield
Battlefield
Φ Town and City
 Mexico MkLeo
3
Grand Finals
 USA Samsora
 
0
0
 Mexico MkLeo
October 27, 2019
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Smashville
Φ Smashville
 Mexico MkLeo
 
3
3

Participants[edit]

Invited Players
Echo FoxEcho Fox
Mexico MkLeo
Team SoloMidTeam SoloMid
United States Tweek
Crowdfunded Players
Team SoloMidTeam SoloMid
Sweden Leffen
Olympus eSportsOlympus eSports
United States RFang
AllianceAlliance
Sweden Armada
eUnitedeUnited
United States Samsora
Panda GlobalPanda Global
United States ESAM
Qualified from Mainstage
NRG EsportsNRG Esports
United States Nairo
Panda GlobalPanda Global
United States Marss
RogueRogue
United States Light
Counter Logic GamingCounter Logic Gaming
United States VoiD
Japan Tea
Thunder GamingThunder Gaming
United States MuteAce
Qualified from The Big House 9
GameWithGameWith
Japan zackray
Team LiquidTeam Liquid
United States Dabuz

References[edit]

  1. Participant structure
  2. MuteAce (2019-09-22). "Salem wanted me to be in Summit more so he just gave me the summit spot.". Twitter.com. Retrieved 2019-09-23.
  3. Salem (2019-09-22). "@AcidaceZero deserves to be in summit so very much.". Twitter.com. Retrieved 2019-09-23.