Tournament:Smash Summit 2
|Smash Summit 2|
|Dates||April 21st-24th, 2016|
|Venue||Summit Gaming House|
Los Angeles, California
|Pot size(s)||Singles: $27,000+|
Side events: $4,250+
|winners|| Armada 1v1|
Armada & Mew2King 2v2
|Director(s)||Beyond the Summit|
Smash Summit 2 was a national Super Smash Bros. Melee invitational tournament held in Los Angeles, California from April 21st-24th, 2016 by Beyond the Summit, an eSports company known for their Dota 2 coverage. Singles, doubles and side events for Melee were hosted. The tournament was held at the Summit gaming house, a private residence, and so is not open to the general public. This tournament is also notable for being only the second tournament where Mew2King beat Armada, the other being SKTAR 3.
- 1 Players
- 2 Players voted in
- 3 Players declined
- 4 Players eliminated
- 5 Eligible players
- 6 Crews and Smash Olympics
- 7 Results
- 8 Trivia
- 9 References
- 10 External links
These 10 players were invited by Beyond The Summit.
- Leffen was not able to attend and was replaced by Silent Wolf.
Players voted in
These players were invited to Summit but were forced to decline due to personal reasons:
These players declined being voted in:
These players were eliminated in the voting phase:
These players were eliminated in the nomination phase:
- DJ Nintendo
- Mike Haze
- Prince Abu
- PPMD (declined invitation)
- aMSa (declined)
- Nintendude (declined)
- The Moon
- Fly Amanita
- Swedish Delight
- Professor Pro
- Eddy Mexico (declined)
- Mike Haze
- DJ Nintendo
- Prince Abu
Crews and Smash Olympics
At the very beginning of Smash Summit 2, 4 captains who were previously chosen by vote (Hungrybox, Mango, Armada, and Westballz) formed crews by picking smashers through a snake draft process.
|Team Mango||Mango||S2J||Silent Wolf||Duck|
Each crew would gain points when their members won or placed high enough at the verious side events such as the Shared Controller Tournament and the Iron Man Challenge. The team with the most points at the end would win the Smash Olympics and earn $750 to share among themselves.
|1st||Armada||Mew2King||$1,875 ($937.50 each)|
|2nd||Hungrybox||Plup||$1,312.50 ($656.25 each)|
|3rd||Mango||S2J||$562.50 ($281.25 each)|
(8 teams, single elimination bracket)
|1st||Team Pandabox||Plup & ESAM||2|
|2nd||Team Armada||SFAT & Shroomed|
|3rd||Team Westballz||PewPewU & Westballz|
|3rd||Team Westballlz||Mew2King & Axe|
|5th||Team Armada||Armada & Ice|
|5th||Team Mango||Duck & Silent Wolf|
|5th||Team Mango||Mango & S2J|
|5th||Team Pandabox||Hungrybox & Wobbles|
Iron Man challenge
(8 entrants, single elimination bracket)
Draft crew battle
(4 crews, double elimination bracket, no reset in Grand Finals)
|1st||Team Armada||Armada||Ice||SFAT||Shroomed||$2,250 ($562.50 each)||6|
|2nd||Team Pandabox||Hungrybox||Wobbles||ESAM||Plup||$1,750 ($437.50 each)||2|
|3rd||Team Mango||Mango||Silent Wolf||Duck||S2J||$1,500 ($375 each)|
Smash Olympics crew battle tiebreaker
Since both Team Pandabox and Team Armada tied at 8 points, another crew battle was done immediately after the previous one to determine the winner of the Smash Olympics.
Smash Olympics final results
|1st||Team Pandabox||8||$750.00 ($187.50 each)|
- Team Pandabox earned 2 points for winning Smash Charades and 2 more when Plup won the Rivals of Aether tournament.
- This tournament was the first time ever that Mew2King defeated Armada in a best of 5 set, winning 3-0 in Winners Semis (although Armada ended up defeating him 3-0 in Losers Finals).
- The last time Mew2King took a set off Armada was in 2014 at SKTAR 3.
- This was the very first Melee tournament in California that both Armada and Mango entered where they did not meet in Grand Finals.
|Melee Summits||Smash Summit · Smash Summit 2 · Smash Summit 3 · Smash Summit Spring 2017 · Smash Summit 5 · Smash Summit 6 · Smash Summit 7|
|Other Summits||Smash Ultimate Summit|