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Tournament Bracket

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Tournament Winners

Hunter Branson from Lakeville takes first place in the 2021 GigaZone Gaming Championship Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament

Place Prize Winner
First Place $500 Hunter Branson, Lakeville

Defending Champion from 2019. Defending Champion is invited back to participate even if they have moved out of the 218 area code.

Second Place $400 Ronnie Nguyen, Bemidji
Third Place $300 Kenneth Crocker- Grand Rapids
Fourth Place $200 Noland Anderson- Bemidji

  • Open to players 13 years of age or older.
  • Platform: Nintendo Switch
  • Open to players that live in the 218 area code only
  • Limited to 128 players
  • Double Elimination
  • 3 stock, 7 minutes
  • Items Off, Handicap Off, Spirits Off, Final Smash Meter Off
  • Pause Off, Team Attack On, Stage Hazards Off, Stage Morph Off
  • Amiibos Banned
  • Most current patch within 10 days of event will be used
  • 2 out of 3 games per Set
  • 3 out of 5 games for Winners & Losers Finals
  • 3 out of 5 games for Grand Finals
  • All controllers permitted as long as they do not contain macro or turbo functions that are not present in stock Gamecube controllers

Starter Stages:

  • Battlefield
  • Final Destination
  • Pokémon Stadium 2
  • Smashville
  • Town & City

Counterpick Stages:

  • Kalos Pokémon League
  • Lylat Cruise

  • Yoshi’s Story

  • Players select characters or request double blind picks (see Additional Rules).
  • Players play a Rock-Paper-Scissors (RPS) best of 1. RPS winner may choose to either strike a stage first or select a port first. Starter stages are struck in a P1-P2-P2-P1 order. Remaining stage is the stage for Game 1.
  • After Game 1, the following procedure takes place:
    1. Game winner strikes 2 stages from the full list of legal stages. This strike is effective for the following game only.
    2. Game loser picks stage for next game from remaining available legal stages.
    3. Winning player selects character (may change characters).
    4. Losing player selects character (may change characters).
    5. Next game is played
  • Repeat from step 3 until the set is completed.

Timeouts, Ties, and Sudden Death Situations:

If the timer reaches zero the player with the higher stock wins the game. If players are tied in stock the lower percentage holder wins. If players are tied in percent or lose their last stocks simultaneously, then the players will compete in a final 1-stock game with a 2-minute timer. This Sudden Death game determines the winner of the game.

Self-Destruct Moves:

If a match ends with the successful use of a character’s self-destruct move then the results screen will determine the winner. There will be no exceptions to this rule. If the use of a Self-Destruct Move creates a Sudden Death situation than standard Sudden Death rules will apply.

Wireless Controllers:

Players using a Pro Controller must use the wired option and have the controller’s batteries removed. Failure to have batteries removed during play will count as a forfeiture from the tournament. Should a wireless controller interrupt a set for any reason the controller’s owner will be forfeited from the tournament. There will be a zero tolerance policy in effect for the duration of the tournament. It is highly advised you use a wired controller.


If a player pauses the game a stock, or the game if no stocks are available, will be forfeited. If the pause occurs causing an opponent to lose a stock the pausing player will sacrifice 2 stocks, or the game if 2 stocks are unavailable. A player can lose the set on account of a pause.


Freezing, infinites, and glitches preventing the game from continuing (disappearing characters, game resets, etc) are not allowed. Should you activate any of these actions you will forfeit the game. You can lose the set on a forfeit. You are responsible for knowing your characters and what illegal actions they may be capable of triggering. Accidental activations will be ruled as intentional in all cases.

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