Sunday, December 1, 2019

Seoul Smash #11 Tournament Results (11/30/19)

For the first time ever, the Seoul Smash monthly hit the player cap of 64 entrants! This tournament also proved to be the most stacked tournament we've ever had in terms of the amount of local talent. Almost the entire PR was in attendance, as well as a ton of up and coming players that are looking to prove themselves as contenders for the next PR season. Check out all the results to see how it went down!

Sunday, November 24, 2019

Vs Tournament 8 Results (11/23/2019)

Vs Tournament is a series of nine tournaments. The first eight tournaments are qualifying rounds; the final tournament will feature the eight winners in one bracket for a 1,000,000₩ ($847.23 USD) prize. This weekend was the eight and final qualifying round! Who got the last spot? Check the results page to find out!

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Liquor Burger Monthly #8 Results

It's been a while since I last posted a results thread as I've been really busy with a lot of traveling during the weekends. But I should be back to being consistent with these again! This weekend we had the 8th monthly tournament at Liquor Burger in Incheon!

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:

Sunday, June 30, 2019

Blackout #2 Results (6/29/19)

Blackout is back! It was in the same venue as in May, but this time they fixed the power issues! This meant there were no blackouts at Blackout. We had another strong showing with over 60 entrants in singles and 25 teams for doubles. With most of Korea's top players in attendance, and with many other visitors to Korea, we had one of our toughest brackets yet. Check out all the results here:


Monday, June 24, 2019

VS Tournament 3 Results (6/23/19)

The VS Tournament series is a monthly tournament that takes place in Gangnam, Seoul. This was the third of eight qualifier tournaments: the first place winner of each gets invited to an eight player Best of the Best tournament in December which will boast a 1,000,000₩ (≈ $864.87) prize pot. VS Tournaments are organized and advertised by a Korean team, and therefore tend to have a much higher percentage of Korean players compared to the tournaments we have organized by foreigners. If you are interested in seeing who some of the best Korean players are, you will definitely want to look at these results!

Sunday, June 16, 2019

Liquor Burger Monthly #4 Results (6/15/19)

While I was away this weekend competing at the Gamebookr Mid Year Smash Tournament, the Liquor Burger monthly was going on in Incheon! Who was able to take the victory in my absence?
Photo credit: Aaron Bruckart 

Sunday, June 9, 2019

Seoul Smash #5 Tournament Results (6/8/19)

Last weekend was a quiet one, with no tournaments in Korea. However, this weekend we were back with the fifth installment of the Seoul Smash series! We had a solid turnout, and for the first time ever we ran pools before the bracket. Check out all the results:

Sunday, May 26, 2019

Korea Smash Weekend of 5/25/19 Tournament Results

This weekend was definitive proof of the growth of the Korean Smash scene recently. Not only did we have one of the largest brackets we've ever had, but we also had another 32 entrant tournament going on simultaneously just 30 minutes away! Check out all the results:

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Liquor Burger Monthly #3 Results (5/18/19)

This weekend was the third monthly tournament at Liquor Burger in Incheon! This has always been one of my favorite tournament series in Korea. It is relatively low stakes, but for just 5,000₩ (about $4.18 USD) you can enter into both the singles and doubles brackets. Because of the low cost of entry and fun atmosphere, Liquor Burger always gets a great turnout, and a lot of doubles teams! Check out how it all went down:
Photo credit: Korea Smash

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Korea Smash Weekend of 5/11/2019 Tournament Results

For the first time ever, we had a three tournament weekend in Korea! At Seoul Smash #4 we saw the return of Korea's #1 Smash 4 player, Tanark. With his return and with most of the best Korean players in attendance, this might have been Korea's most difficult tournament of all time. Meanwhile, at the Bulgogi Smash House Quarterly tournament, the best players in the U.S. military competed in one of the biggest Smash tournaments to ever happen in Korea. Finally, on Sunday, Daegu hosted its first Smash tournament for Smashers that live in the South of Korea! Check out all the action and results here.
Seoul Smash #4.
Photo credit: Eric Kim

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Tailgate Tavern #4 Tournament Results (5/5/19)

While I was away in the Philippines last weekend, Korea had one of it's monthly tournaments: Tailgate Tavern!  With me being gone for the weekend and a couple travelers visiting Korea, the results of Tailgate Tavern were sure to be interesting. Check out how it all went down:
Photo credit: Eric Kim

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:
Photo credit: Seth Mackey

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)