Smasher:DynaDASH

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DynaDASH "DASH"
Ultimate main Samus
Melee main Samus
Other Melee
character
Ganondorf
Crew(s) RetroSHFFL
Skill Super Smash Bros. Melee Professional
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Semi-professional
Ranking Super Smash Bros. Melee Mexican Power Rankings: 39th
Additional info
Real name Emily Diemecke
Birth date (age 36)
Location Mexico City Mexico

DynaDASH, also known simply as DASH, is a smasher from México City, known for her high technical skill using Samus as a main character and for being one of the few "trans-female" players in the competitive smash scene. She is a co-founder and director of DASH Productions, and an active member of RetroSHFFL and Gaming Sisters, serving as player, graphic designer/broadcast producer and video editor. She is currently ranked 39th on the Mexican Power Rankings and 3rd on the Mexico City Power Rankings for Melee.

Early projects[edit]

Dyna used to direct Super Smash Central, a series of weekly tournaments in México City, which enjoyed a positive reception for both Melee and Brawl fanbase and boosted notoriety for the Project M community. Dyna was an active ambassador for this game and was a tester and consultant for the “Project M Development Team”.

Recent activity[edit]

Dyna was a member of Smash Factor, Hydra Pro Gaming and the FGC-based team Winners Side, and most recently became an active player/broadcast producer for the esports team SHFFL. DASH Productions was co-founded by Dyna along with friend and colleague SteveGil007, using their own powerful esports broadcast tool called “DASHBoard” to directly work with several esports brands and organizations, becoming a Graphic and Broadcast innovation for esports in general.

Most recently, to further expand and bring new and innovative Smash Bros. events in México, SHFFL merged with Tlalnepantla based team RetroFightersTV and became RetroSHFFL, to which Dyna remains an active member, and joined the Puebla-based all-girl Smash Bros. team Gaming Sisters.

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Catedral 2017 January 15th, 2017 3rd
The Arena 2017 April 8th-9th, 2017 5th
Smash Factor Toluca April 29th-30th, 2017 9th 5th Sauris
SAO Prime June 10th, 2017 5th 2nd Chetto
SHFFL Prime #1: Road to Factor July 29th-30th, 2017 9th 5th Chetto
Smash Factor 6 August 4th-6th, 2017 17th 13th Chetto
Tec In Place #1 October 20th-21st, 2017 17th 9th Chetto
SHFFL Anniversary #1 December 16th, 2017 13th
Catedral 2018 January 13th-14th, 2018 13th 7th Chetto
Smash Fest 3 January 27th, 2018 4th 2nd Chetto
HEX: Smash Edition February 17th, 2018 5th
Hex: Smash Edition V1.2 March 17th, 2018 9th 2nd Jov
SHFFL Prime 2 April 28th, 2018 5th 5th Jov
Smash-Mex 2018 June 16th-17th, 2018 33rd 17th Jov
Smash Factor 7 July 20th-22nd, 2018 49th 17th Jov
HEX: Smash Edition v5 August 11th, 2018 3rd 2nd Jov
HEX: Smash Edition v6 September 29th, 2018 5th 4th Jov
WeTecThose 8 November 17th-18th, 2018 25th
Catedral 2019 January 12th-13th, 2019 9th 9th Jov
HEX: Smash Anniversary Edition February 23rd, 2019 2nd
Ragnarok April 20th-21st, 2019 5th
HEX: Smash Edition 2.3 June 22nd, 2019 2nd
Smash Factor 8 July 26th-28th, 2019 17th
Tec In Place 2 October 12th-13th, 2019 3rd
HEX: Smash Edition 3.1 February 1st, 2020 3rd
SWT: Central America Melee Regional Finals August 28th-29th, 2021 13th

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Catedral 2019 January 12th-13th, 2019 33rd
HEX: Smash Anniversary Edition February 23rd, 2019 17th
Smash Hearts 2019 May 25th, 2019 33rd 17th Roy
Ultimate Dojo 25 June 5th, 2019 5th 1st Bestia
Foxtrot Season 2: Smash #5 June 7th-8th, 2019 13th 3rd Bestia
HEX: Smash Edition 2.3 June 22nd, 2019 7th 4th Junko
HEX: Smash Edition 3.1 February 1st, 2020 25th 9th Fredo

Videography[edit]

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