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Not to be confused with Smasher:Deer, Smasher:DEAR or Smasher:Kola.
acola "Dear" "あcola" "ディア"
Ultimate main Steve
Other Ultimate
Kazuya, Pyra, Mythra
Retired Ultimate
Former sponsor(s) flat-gaming
Crew(s) SumaChuDoku
Skill Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Top level
Ranking Super Smash Bros. Ultimate LumiRank Mid-Year 2023: 1st
Additional info
Real name Mashita Hayato
Birth date (age 17)
Location Hyōgo Prefecture, Kansai Japan

acola (あcola) is a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Steve player with a Kazuya secondary from Japan who is considered to be the current best player in the world. acola has gained a worldwide spotlight due to his impressive consistency as a player, arguably on par with the likes of MkLeo; up until Maesuma Offline (Shikoku), he had made grand finals at every offline tournament he attended, including winning his first major at Maesuma TOP 7, his first supermajor at Kagaribi 7, and his first invitational major and overseas tournament at The Gimvitational. His victory at Maesuma TOP 7 made him the youngest Ultimate player to win a major, at the age of 15 years old. He is also the only Ultimate player to win the first major and supermajor that they attended.

He frequently enters single-elimination live tournaments on Smashmate. He was ranked 1st on the Smashmate SP ranking from the 15th season to the 20th season, and is the first player to achieve a 2,500 rating. He is currently ranked 1st on the LumiRank Mid-Year 2023 as well as 39th on the Experimental Smash Player Rankings.

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 Placement 2v2 Placement Partner
Tamisuma SP #219Online January 18th, 2021 9th
Maesuma #190Online February 7th, 2021 2nd
Tamisuma SP #229Online February 16th, 2021 3rd
Tamisuma Championship 1Online February 17th, 2021 33rd
Tamisuma SP #233Online February 27th, 2021 3rd
Maesuma #198Online March 7th, 2021 9th
Maesuma #200Online March 14th, 2021 3rd
Tamisuma SP #238Online March 13th, 2021 5th
Maesuma #201Online March 19th, 2021 3rd
Tamisuma SP #241Online March 22nd, 2021 9th
Tamisuma SP #242Online March 25th, 2021 17th
Maesuma Champion Series 3Online April 10th, 2021 4th
Tamisuma Championship 3Online April 22nd, 2021 9th
Maesuma Champion Series 4Online May 8th, 2021 7th
Tamisuma Championship 5Online July 29th, 2021 3rd
MaeTami Summer Festival Qualifier AOnline August 14th, 2021 1st
MaeTami Summer FestivalOnline August 15th, 2021 3rd
Maesuma Champion Series 9Online October 9th, 2021 2nd
SenjinByakko Mononofu Cup #52 November 13th, 2021 1st
Maesuma Champion Series 11Online December 15th, 2021 1st
Tamisuma SP #351Online January 3rd, 2022 1st
Hozuki #5 January 10th, 2022 1st
Maesuma Offline February 26th, 2022 2nd
Sumabato SP 24 March 20th, 2022 1st
Maesuma #316Online March 22nd, 2022 1st
Shinosuma #124 March 26th, 2022 1st
Ignite 1 March 27th, 2022 3rd Sunea
Maesuma Champion Series 15Online April 6th, 2022 3rd
Maesuma Offline 2 April 16th, 2022 1st
Hozuki × acOlaSia 2 April 29th, 2022 1st
Maesuma TOP 7 May 1st, 2022 1st
Kagaribi 7 May 4th-5th, 2022 1st
Sumabato SP 26 May 29th, 2022 2nd
Kamisuma 13 June 5th, 2022 1st
The Gimvitational June 19th, 2022 1st
Maesuma Offline (Shikoku) July 9th, 2022 4th
SenjinByakko -RAN- #58 July 21st, 2022 1st
MaesumaHIT #28 July 21st, 2022 1st
MaesumaHIT Champion Series 2 July 23rd, 2022 1st
Sumabato SP 28 July 24th, 2022 1st
MaesumaHIT #30 August 11th, 2022 1st
Sumabato SP 29 August 14th, 2022 1st
MaeTami Summer Festival 2022Online August 19th, 2022 3rd
Maesuma TOP 9 August 27th, 2022 1st
Smash Ultimate Summit 5 September 15th-18th, 2022 4th
Maesuma Champion Series 19Online September 28th, 2022 1st
Maesuma TOP 10 October 15th-16th, 2022 1st
Ludwig Smash Invitational October 21st-23rd, 2022 2nd
Let's Make Moves Miami October 28th-30th, 2022 1st 1st Onin
MaesumaHIT Champion Series 3 November 12th, 2022 1st
Seibugeki 12 December 3rd, 2022 9th
Scuffed World Tour December 18th, 2022 4th
JAPAN 24 December 24th-25th, 2022 1st
Umebura SP 9 January 7th-8th, 2023 1st
GENESIS 9 January 20th-22nd, 2023 7th 65th fuku
Kagaribi 9 February 4th-5th, 2023 1st
MaesumaHIT Champion Series 4 February 25th, 2023 1st
Maesuma TOP 11 March 5th, 2023 3rd
Karisuma SP 15 March 18th, 2023 1st
Smash Ultimate Summit 6 March 23rd-26th, 2023 1st
tamasuma kyokkan 2 April 15th, 2023 1st
Maesuma TOP 12 April 30th, 2023 1st
TOKYO SMASH BOOT CAMP May 3rd, 2023 9th
Kagaribi 10 May 6th-7th, 2023 2nd
MaesumaHIT Champion Series 5 May 13th, 2023 5th
Battle of BC 5 May 19th-21st, 2023 2nd 4th Miya
Seibugeki 14 July 1st, 2023 1st / 272
Super Smash Con 2023 August 10th-13th, 2023 1st / 2,607 1st / 567 Miya
Sumabato SP Ultimate September 16th-17th, 2023 1st / 291


  • The only players that acola holds negative records against in offline Ultimate tournaments are Sparg0 (1-6), MkLeo (1-2), MuteAce (1-2), Kameme (0-1), and Kashiya (0-1).
  • acola is the lowest-seeded player to ever win an Ultimate supermajor, being seeded 57th before going on to place first at Kagaribi 7.
  • acola and Otori are the only two international players who won the first American major they attended.
  • acola holds the known record for the longest Elite Smash win streak without rematching opponents at 740 wins, beating Yoshidora's record of 638 wins.[1][2]
  • acola is the first Japanese player to be ranked #1 on a Smash Bros. global power ranking for a game released after Smash 64 since 9B on the 2014 SSBBRank.
  • acola's signature look is his white disposable face mask that he wears at all tournaments. He is often depicted with it on fanarts of him.

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