Smash Melee’s HugS joins Selfless Gaming
December 15, 2016 - Super Smash Bros
Professional Super Smash Bros. Melee actor Hugo “HugS” Gonzalez has assimilated multigame esports classification Selfless Gaming, a classification announced today.
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HugS joins a group as a second Super Smash Bros. player, fasten Southern California counterpart Joey “Lucky” Aldama, who assimilated a group in May. The classification also has rosters in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch, Rocket League and Killer Instinct.
HugS signing with a group comes dual weeks after he announced himself as a giveaway agent. While he did not state a reason for his depart in early December from former classification Dream Team, HugS had encountered issues with a group being 22 days late on a remuneration in August, according to sources.
HugS is now ranked as 20th on a 2015 annual Melee It On Me Super Smash Bros. Melee rankings. His performances in 2016 have been reduction considerable than 2015, though his code has grown significantly online. His personal tide on Twitch has some-more than 21,000 followers.