Sunday, September 22, 2019

Vs Tournament 6 Results (9/21/2019)

It's been a while since a weekend results post; there has been a lull in tournaments in Korea since Uprising 2019, Korea's PGR major event. However, we finally had another monthly tournament this weekend! Come see the results from Vs Tournament 6 in Seoul!

Monday, August 12, 2019

Korea Smash Weekend of 8/10/2019 Results

In addition to the regular Seoul Smash monthly this weekend, we also saw Daegu having a tournament as well. Seoul Smash was sure to be interesting this week, as none of the top 3 players were in attendance. With a wide open tournament, who would end up rising to the top? Check out the full results to find out:

Sunday, July 28, 2019

Blackout #3 Results (7/27/19)

I think it's really cool how diverse the Korean Smash scene is. We have a lot of expats from many different countries living here, people studying abroad, and people that are just traveling through. It's great for the scene to get practice against a larger player pool. However, this also means that we eventually have to say goodbye to our temporary visitors. Blackout #3 was the last tournament for Deggshot, who has been in Korea since the start of Ultimate and has attended almost all of the big Ultimate tournaments in Korea. He will be returning home to the U.S. next week. Have safe travels, and good luck your future endeavors. We will all miss you in Korea!

Check out all the results from Blackout #3 here:

Monday, July 22, 2019

Korea Smash Weekend of 7/20/19 Tournament Results

We had two tournaments this weekend while I was away for the weekend in Taiwan. Since I wasn't attending these tournaments, I unfortunately do not have a picture to put here this week, and I also don't have as many characters listed as normal. Please let me know in the comments or on Twitter if you can help me to fill in the rest of this tournament results post!

Sunday, July 14, 2019

Seoul Smash #6 Results (7/13/2019)

For the first time ever, we had to place a limit on the number of preregistered players for Seoul Smash! Despite nearly reaching the cap of 75 players, some players that registered didn't show up. However, we still had a bracket of 62 players, which is more than any of our monthlies has ever had. Most of our top players were in attendance, so the competition was fiercer than ever! Check out all the results: