Super Smash Con has some-more Smash 4 attendees than Evo—and it’s still growing
August 2, 2017 - Super Smash Bros
Super Smash Con’s arriving Smash Bros. for Wii U contest has captivated some of a biggest names in a community—and beaten Evo’s assemblage in a process.
Super Smash Con is a large Nintendo fan eventuality dedicated to all things Smash Bros. The eventuality caters to a battle-hardened Smash players, infrequent players, and fans of a games and has been flourishing in recognition over a years.
This year’s eventuality takes place in Chantilly, Virginia from Aug. 10 to 13, and 1,527 attendees have sealed adult to try and kick some of a best Smash Bros. players from around a universe and take a crown. Evo usually managed to get 1,508 entrants for a event, down 40 percent from a prior year.
Smash Bros. for Wii U isn’t a usually Smash Bros. pretension on offer, with tournaments hold for Smash Bros. Melee, Smash Bros. Brawl, and a strange Smash Bros. for N64.
Sign-ups to contest have now strictly closed, though fans can still buy a weekend pass from a convention’s official smash.gg page in sequence to watch their favorite players contest in a singles and doubles tournaments for all 4 games.
The Super Smash Con tournaments give players a possibility to face off opposite some of a game’s biggest stars, such as TSM’s Gonzalo “ZeRo” Barrios and Team Liquid’s Juan “Hungrybox” Manuel Debiedma.
Those looking brazen to saying Alliance’s series one ranked Smash Melee actor Adam “Armada” Lindgren will be disappointed, however, as a actor has motionless to lay this year’s gathering out.