The SSBBRank was a power ranking that rates the top professional players in the international tournament scene for Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Compiled by the community platform and crew CLASH Tournaments, SSBBRank was first created at the end of 2014, as a response to the SSBMRank formulated by Melee It On Me two years prior. Owing to the release of Smash 4 in 2014 and the subsequent dormancy of the Brawl tournament scene, successive, annual lists were not created for the SSBBRank.
SSBBRank's ballot was composed of 200 smashers, submitted by panelists from various regions in the United States; panelists then reduced this ballot to 150 smashers. From there, the panelists, consisting of twenty particularly knowledgeable Brawl players and tournament organisers, gave smashers a ranking of 0 to 10. The highest and lowest scores were dropped, and an average of all of the remaining votes is calculated to give a final score. The top 100 would then be compiled from this data, with 10 being the highest possible score; when the list itself was to be published, panelists also gave their thoughts on the smashers, as well as information relating to their mains.
SSBBRank only included players that had taken part in at least one American tournament beginning with Apex 2013, as many of the panelists resided in the United States. As a result, some notable, international players that did not travel to the United States during this time period were absent from the rankings, such as Nietono, Edge, and Choco.