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Tournament:Smash World Tour 2020

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Smash World Tour 2020
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Founded 2020
Region Global
Format Double Elimination
Director(s) VGBootCamp, Super Smash Con
Website(s) Smash World Tour website

The Smash World Tour 2020 was a planned Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament circuit organized by the teams behind VGBootCamp and Super Smash Con. The circuit started on March 13th, 2020. Tournaments were to be held all over the world, with the finals being held in the United States and a combined pot total of over $250,000. The cut-off date was November 22nd, 2020 and the finals were going to be held on December 17th-20th, 2020.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most tournaments in the circuit, including all gold and platinum events, were put on hold. With the pandemic shutting down offline tournaments for the rest of the year, the circuit was effectively cancelled. Afterwards, Smash World Tour 2021 was announced on February 20th, 2021, with online qualifiers, offline regional qualifiers, and an offline finale.

Official Ruleset[edit]


The official ruleset will be used at all participating tournaments unless otherwise specified.

Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Game settings[edit]


Starter Counterpick
Yoshi's Story Pokémon Stadium
Fountain of Dreams
Final Destination
Dream Land

Additional rules[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Game settings[edit]



Starter Counterpick
Battlefield Kalos Pokémon League
Final Destination Lylat Cruise
Smashville Yoshi's Story
Pokémon Stadium 2
Town and City

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic[edit]

The COVID-19 disease at time of the start of the tour caused a global pandemic where large gatherings and travel were discouraged. As a result, Smash World Tour released a statement[1] on March 12th, 2020 detailing their measures to prevent the spread of the virus:

  • There would be no Platinum or Gold tier events in March and April 2020.
  • Silver events would continue as normal. However, sick people were recommended to stay home.
  • Missed point opportunities were planned to be made up later.

On April 1st, 2020, Smash World Tour released an update statement[2]:

  • The delay on all Smash World Tour events was extended to June 1st, 2020. Smash World Tour said this would likely not be the last delay.
  • A TO relief fund shop was opened on

Almost all tournaments in the circuit during the pandemic period, including gold and platinum tiered events, were either postponed or cancelled:

List of tournaments[edit]


Event Date Tier Attendance Winner
USA Don't Stomp On Me March 14th, 2020 Silver 64 86 USA Albert
USA SoCal The Hype! March 14th, 2020 Silver 32 39 USA KoDoRiN


Event Date Tier Attendance Winner
Japan Kurobra 20 March 21st, 2020 Silver 64 64 Japan Ark
Germany Smash Contest: DoKomi 2020 September 26th-27th, 2020 Silver 128 150 Germany DarkThunder
USA The Ultimate Trailblazer October 2nd-3rd, 2020 Silver 32 46 USA Zerick

Point system[edit]


Scores are calculated based off of placements, with higher tiered events offering more points for a wider range of placements. The following factors into the final score:

  • Top 3 Platinum results
  • Top 3 Gold results
  • Top 6 Silver results

Had the circuit not been cancelled, the top 31 players would then move on to the finals, with a Last Chance qualifier for the last slot.

Placement Platinum score Gold score Silver score
128 entrants 96 entrants 64 entrants 32 entrants
1st 800 400 100 70 45 25
2nd 675 300 70 45 25 10
3rd 525 220 45 25 10 5
4th 400 150 25 10 5 1
5th 300 100 10 5 1
7th 220 70 5 1
9th 150 45 1
13th 100 25
17th 70 10
25th 45 5
33rd 25 1
49th 10
65th 5
97th 1

Point standings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Melee standings[edit]

Rank Player Points
1st USA Albert 45
2nd USA bobby big ballz 25
2nd USA KoDoRiN 25
4th USA Salt 10
4th USA null 10
6th USA Arc 5
6th USA Nut 5
8th USA SFOP 1
8th USA SDJ 1
8th USA Westballz 1

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate standings[edit]

Rank Player Points
1st Germany DarkThunder 100
2nd France RyuKai 70
3rd Japan Ark 45
3rd Netherlands Space 45
5th Japan Nagi-nu 25
5th USA Zerick 25
5th Germany Sabaca 25
8th Japan Kuroitsu 10
8th Netherlands Ramses 10
8th Austria Sintro 10
8th USA Tomato 10
12th Japan Ke-ya 5
12th Germany You 5
12th France Otakuni 5
12th USA Ty 5
16th Japan Daijunoseirei 1
16th Japan yuzu 1
16th Germany Lucky 1
16th Germany Hirschulat 1
16th Germany Honk 1
16th Germany Leon 1
16th USA Surge 1

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