Kick his ass for cash
If you’re a competitive Super Smash Bros. player, chances in in the last year you may have started hearing a lot about Gonzalo “Zero” Barrios. Appearing somewhat out of nowhere, he has come first in every single one-on-one Smash Bros. tournament he has competed in, Thirty-four different first place tournament wins is nothing to be ashamed of, particularly when one of those is the Smash Bros. Invitational at E3.
Barrios’ winning streak has reached such a level of notoriety in the Smash scene that players are starting to put up cash bounties to see him defeated.
— CEO Gaming (@CEOGaming) May 20, 2015
So, will we see “Zero” defeated at this CEO Gaming tournament, or will he add another win to his ever growing collection. I don’t know, but I’m oddly fascinated to find out.