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‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ NA online tourney kicking off in May 30

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The next North American tournament for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is about to take off at the end of May 2020 and the top four participants who will emerge victoriously will claim games and DLCs as rewards.

Eager participants can now register for the up and coming tournament.

Once it kickstarts the event, the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament will take place every weekend until June 21, 2020.

The Search for the ‘Greatest Four’

Qualified participants can expect themselves to play against opponents in a best-of-3 sets matches, with item spawns disabled by default. It is essentially a Super Smash tournament at its rawest form and one that relies solely on skills for winning.

The tournament aims to bring out the bests of the bests, based on the important aspect of having an intimate familiarity with SSBU.

In the span of the overall event, the competition will take place across eight regions, pitting two regions per week.

A total of four winners will come off from the event. Each of which chosen every week. The winners are entitled to get downloadable codes for games and DLCs, including ARMS, Splatoon 2, and SSBU’s second Fighters Pass.

A Drive for Engagement

Unlike other eSports events that make millionaires in dollars out of winners, the prizes mentioned may be trivial. But joiners are nonetheless incentivized by the small rewards to bring out their best and be recognized as among the best in the tournament.

More than just a gathering for everyone to an exciting event. It seems that there is a marketing ploy to the overall campaign—that is, to drive engagements among the existing fan base.

You may be a diehard fan of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate or not. But if you have what it takes to become one of the greatest SSBU players, then you are invited to join. You can invite over family and friends for a more joyful campaign.

Participants from all over North America must be at the right age requirement to qualify in the event.

For participants coming from the United States and Canada, the player must be at least 13 years of age. However, for those coming from Mexico, the participant must be at least 18 years old.

Registration is set to close on May 30, which is the same day as the official kickstart of the event.

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Jermaine D. Delos Santos

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