Results from the Super Smash Con tournament

Everything from N64 to Wii U

[Image via John Michaels]

The inaugural Super Smash Con, a three-day event for all things Smash Bros., concluded today. The gathering included everything from panels and exhibits to a series of tournaments of all of the Smash Bros. games featuring high-level players.

Super Smash Bros. Melee

With top players including TSM|Leffen, COG MVG|Mew2King, Tempo|Axe and Tempo|Westballz. the SSC Melee tournament was sure to be entertaining. With a dominating play including a sound defeat of Mew2King in winners and grand finals, Leffen managed to take first with his Fox.

  • 1st TSM| Leffen
  • 2nd COG MVG| Mew2King
  • 3rd Tempo| Axe
  • 4th Tempo| Westballz
  • 5th SS| Colbol
  • 5th MacD
  • 7th Gahtzu
  • 7th VGz| Nintendude

    Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

    One month after his victory at EVO, TSM|ZeRo has continued to dominate the “Smash 4” scene. After one of the best “Smash 4” sets ever in winners finals versus PG ESAM that went to the final stock of the final game, ZeRo seemed to push his skills even harder and managed to beat ESAM in grand finals 3-0.

    • 1st – TSM ZeRo
    • 2nd – PG| Esam
    • 3rd – Nairo
    • 4th – Fatality
    • 5th – Fifth: LLL | Mr. R
    • 5th – Fifth: Angel Cortes
    • 7th – NAKAT
    • 7th – SH iQHQ| DKWILL

    Super Smash Bros. Brawl

    With the release of “Smash 4” and development of Project Melee, high-level Brawl play has been absent from most main stages for years. Mew2King’s Metaknight made a brilliant performance, despite the fact that he finished 97th in his last Brawl tournament eight months ago. In fact he played so well he did not drop any games in top 8.

    • 1st – COG|MVG|Mew2King
    • 2nd – PG| Esam
    • 3rd – Nairo
    • 4th – V115
    • 5th – PG MVD
    • 5th – NS Seagull Joe
    • 7th –  EMG Toronto Joe
    • 7th – Kero

    Super Smash Bros. 

    With arguably the best SSBM 64 player Isai in a state of semi-retirement, SuPeRbOoMfAn has been dominating the scene since his victory at Apex 2015. SuPeRbOoMfAn managed to take it over KeroKoppi 3-1 with Captain Falcon and Pikachu.

    • 1st – SuPeRbOoMfAn 
    • 2nd – KeroKeroppi 
    • 3rd – tacos 
    • 4th – Wizzrobe 
    • 5th – Fireblaster 
    • 5th – Czar 
    • 7th – LD 
    • 7th – Stranded 

    For more coverage on Super Smash Con check out our gallery of the show floor.

    Ben Pack