Smash Ultimate Summit 4

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[e][h]Smash Ultimate Summit 4
Tournament Information
Series:
Organizer:
Location:
United States Los Angeles
Tournament Type:
Invitational
Prize pool:
$157,800 USD
Start Date:
March 3, 2022
End Date:
March 6, 2022
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
16
Chronology

Smash Ultimate Summit 4 is a tournament, hosted by Beyond The Summit (BTS), that was held on March 3-6, 2022.[1]

The event culminated with Sparg0's first major tournament win. It also marked the end of MkLeo's nearly three-year long streak of reaching Grand Finals of every offline tournament he entered (which started at MomoCon 2019 in May 2019), as he took fourth place after losses to Sparg0 and ProtoBanham; additionally, BassMage's seventh place with solo Jigglypuff marked the first time a player reached Top 8 of an Ultimate major using the character in any capacity.

Overview[edit]

The six highest placing non-invited players at Mainstage 2021 filled the qualifier slots for this event. MkLeo, Sparg0, Elegant, Tea, Tweek, and Chag qualified at the event.

On February 5, Beyond the Summit announced the four players directly invited to the event: Dabuz, Light, Glutonny and ProtoBanham.[2]

Six players qualified via the event's crowdfunding/voting system.[3][4] Players submitted their nominations from February 7 onwards. Fan voting on Twitter was conducted from February 7-10 to determine the 20 players who would move on to the Voting Phase, which started immediately afterwards. Five rounds of voting were conducted, with two players qualifying in each of the final three rounds. The six players voted into the event were Lavish, Maister, BassMage, NAKAT, Goblin and Fatality.[5]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

Singles[edit]

Final Singles Bracket[edit]

From Winners
 USA Light
2
 United States Light
 Mexico Sparg0
March 6, 2022
Φ Town and City
Small Battlefield
Battlefield
Φ Town and City
Φ Town and City
 Mexico Sparg0
3
From Losers
 Japan ProtoBanham
3
March 6, 2022
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Pokémon Stadium 2
Φ Town and City
 Mexico MkLeo
1
Losers Finals
 USA Light
3
March 6, 2022
Battlefield
Φ Kalos Pokémon League
Φ Town and City
 Japan ProtoBanham
0
Grand Finals
 Mexico Sparg0
3
 Mexico Sparg0
 United States Light
March 6, 2022
Φ Town and City
Battlefield
Battlefield
 USA Light
0

Participants[edit]

Qualified from Mainstage 2021
T1T1
Mexico MkLeo
Mexico Sparg0
United States Elegant
RevoRevo
Japan Tea
TSMTSM
United States Tweek
True Cryme EsportsTrue Cryme Esports
Mexico Chag
Invited Players
Team VrilliantTeam Vrilliant
Japan ProtoBanham
SolarySolary
France Glutonny
Moist EsportsMoist Esports
United States Light
Team LiquidTeam Liquid
United States Dabuz
Crowdfunded Players
Moist EsportsMoist Esports
United States Goblin
FURIA EsportsFURIA Esports
United States Fatality
Mexico Maister
True Cryme EsportsTrue Cryme Esports
United States NAKAT
United States Lavish
Lavender esportsLavender esports
United States BassMage

VODs[edit]

| France Glutonny vs. United States Light
| Mexico MkLeo vs. United States NAKAT
| France Glutonny vs. United States NAKAT
| United States Light vs. United States NAKAT
| France Glutonny vs. Mexico MkLeo
| Mexico Sparg0 vs. United States Lavish
| Japan Tea vs. United States Elegant
| Mexico Sparg0 vs. United States Elegant
| Japan Tea vs. United States Lavish
| United States Elegant vs. United States Lavish
| Mexico Sparg0 vs. Japan Tea
| United States Tweek vs. United States BassMage
| United States Dabuz vs. Mexico Chag
| United States Tweek vs. Mexico Chag
| United States Dabuz vs. United States BassMage
| Mexico Chag vs. United States BassMage
| United States Tweek vs. United States Dabuz
| Japan ProtoBanham vs. United States Goblin
| Mexico Maister vs. United States Fatality
| Japan ProtoBanham vs. United States Fatality
| Mexico Maister vs. United States Goblin
| United States Fatality vs. United States Goblin
| Japan ProtoBanham vs. Mexico Maister
| Mexico Chag vs. United States BassMage
| United States Tweek vs. Mexico Chag
| United States Fatality vs. United States Goblin
| Japan ProtoBanham vs. United States Goblin
| Japan ProtoBanham vs. United States Fatality
| United States Tweek vs. United States Lavish
| Japan ProtoBanham vs. United States Tweek
| United States Elegant vs. United States NAKAT
| Mexico Chag vs. United States Elegant
| Mexico MkLeo vs. United States Fatality
| Japan Tea vs. Mexico MkLeo
| United States Goblin vs. United States BassMage
| United States Light vs. United States BassMage
| France Glutonny vs. United States Tweek
| Mexico Maister vs. United States Light
| Mexico Sparg0 vs. Mexico Chag
| United States Dabuz vs. Mexico MkLeo
| United States Tweek vs. United States Light
| Mexico Sparg0 vs. Mexico MkLeo
| United States NAKAT vs. Japan ProtoBanham
| United States Lavish vs. United States BassMage
| United States Elegant vs. United States Fatality
| United States Goblin vs. Japan Tea
| United States Dabuz vs. Japan ProtoBanham
| Mexico Chag vs. United States BassMage
| Mexico Maister vs. United States Elegant
| France Glutonny vs. United States Goblin
| Japan ProtoBanham vs. United States BassMage
| United States Elegant vs. France Glutonny
| United States Tweek vs. Japan ProtoBanham
| Mexico MkLeo vs. France Glutonny
| United States Light vs. Mexico Sparg0
| Japan ProtoBanham vs. Mexico MkLeo
| United States Light vs. Japan ProtoBanham
| Mexico Sparg0 vs. United States Light

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