Saturday, April 20, 2019

Korea Smash Weekend of 4/20/2019 Tournament Results

We had two tournaments this weekend in Korea! Considering that just a few months ago we would barely reach 20 entrants for the one tournament we had a month, I am very happy to see the growth we've had since the release of Smash Ultimate. Check out the results from our two tournaments this weekend:

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Seoul Smash #3 Tournament Results

Seoul Smash #3

Date: 2019/04/13
Location: 레트로게임바 RetroGameBar Seoul, Mapo-gu, 잔다리로 7 3층
Entry fee: 10,000₩ (~$8.83 USD)

Friday, December 22, 2017

Training Mod Pack - Features and Applications

I'm sure a lot of you have seen the training mode mod pack going around on Twitter, but you may not know exactly what it is capable of. In this video I'm show off some of the things you can do with this mod pack. First we look at the basic features, then we can look at some of the applications.

Friday, December 8, 2017

How to Make a Plaque to Display your Tournament Badges and Lanyards - Great for a Holiday Gift!

If you are like me, you save and collect all your lanyards and badges from every big tournament you go to. I've seen people that put all their badges on one nail, but once you get more than a few of them on there, they start to overlap so much that you can't really see most of them. In this video I'll show you how to make a plaque to display your lanyards in a way to make them all more visible. This could also be a really good and cheap gift that you could make for a smasher friend for the holidays!

Friday, December 1, 2017

Diddy Kong Bread and Butter Combos Guide


If you are looking for crazy footstool combos, advanced tech, or some new discovery that you've never seen before, then this is not the video for you. Instead, I'm going to go over Diddy's basic bread and butter combos. If you are new to learning Diddy, then this is going to be a good place to start. These are going to be combos and follow ups that you can expect to be using in almost every set. This guide will also be useful to non-Diddy mains that want to learn more about how to avoid or escape some of Diddy's basic set ups.