With DreamHack Montreal set to flog off this weekend, a folks during Red Bull eSports are resplendent a spotlight on Canada’s esports scene. In particular, Red Bull is holding a demeanour during a Super Smash Bros. scene, starting with a demeanour during Team SoloMid’s William “Leffen” Hjelte and following adult with a demeanour during Canada’s best.
The initial part of “A New Level” takes a brief demeanour during Leffen’s brief hiatus, due to his visa issues. Then, in gripping with a Canadian theme, a video looks during Leffen’s May 2016 lapse to North America, where he competed during Get On My Level from Toronto. Leffen talks about returning to his aged form as one of Super Smash Bros. Melee’s best players, as Red Bull walks by his weekend of competition.
The second part of a array looks during “Toronto” Joe Cribani, regarded as one of a many industrious and dear contest organizers in Canada. This part looks during a highlight that goes into being a vital contest organizer, as Toronto Joe deals with issues such as last-minute dropouts, organizing a venue, transporting equipment, and environment adult a theatre and live stream. It also looks during how Toronto Joe deals with a several issues that cocktail adult during a vital tournament, including a quite hairy seeding issue.
The third and final part looks during a rising Canadian Melee scene, privately on Edgard “n0ne” Sheleby, David “KirbyKaze” MacDonald, and Roustane “Kage” Benzeguir. This part looks during their careers, their highlights, and flourishing as a actor in a Canadian scene.
All 3 videos and some-more Smash Bros. calm can be found on a Red Bull eSports YouTube channel. The Super Smash Bros. Melee apportionment of DreamHack Montreal is set to start Friday morning during 1:30PM ET and can be noticed on a DreamHack Smash Twitch channel.