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Character info
Melee main Fox
Brawl mains Meta Knight, King Dedede
Other Brawl character Snake
Smash 4 main Mario
Other Smash 4 character Cloud
Ultimate main Snake
Other Ultimate character Mario
Project M main Marth
Team info
Sponsor(s) Luminosity Gaming
Former sponsor(s) NRG Esports, beastcoast
Former crews Video Gamerz
Personal and other info
Real name Phillip Steward
Birth date (age 36)
Location Irvine, California United States

EE, also known as PhenomenalEE, Nofu, or EEvisu, is a commentator born in Japan who is currently residing in Irvine, California. He is part of "The Black Plague" duo with TKbreezy and "The Blast Zone" trio with TKbreezy and Coney. He is known for his humorous over-the-top commentating style made of a mixture of metaphors and exaggerations, and his commitment to commentating in many tournaments across the USA.

He joined beastcoast on April 4th, 2019.[1] They parted ways on March 28th, 2022. On April 15th, 2022, EE joined NRG Esports[2]. He would part ways with the team approximately one year later.[3]

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Apex 2009 May 9th-10th, 2009 33rd
C3 June Judgement Day June 20th, 2009 13th
The Legend of Sovaman March 20th, 2010 13th
KTAR 4 January 5th, 2011 33rd
KTAR 5 May 21st, 2011 33rd
SKTAR July 14th-15th, 2012 33rd TKbreezy
Collision V September 1st, 2012 4th Seagull Joe
KTAR 8 December 28th, 2013 13th Tantalus
S@X 70 November 11th, 2014 4th

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Super Smash Con 2015 August 6th-9th, 2015 49th
The Spring Arcadian May 14th, 2016 97th
S@X 168 September 27th, 2016 33rd
2GGT: ZeRo Saga December 16th-18th, 2016 257th
CEO Dreamland April 14th-16th, 2017 49th JAKAT

Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Baltimore Biweekly 12/23 December 23rd, 2006 9th 2nd Bowsertree
EGL DC January 20th, 2007 25th
ChuDat Birthday Biweekly 1/27 January 27th, 2007 13th
C3 Smash Battle February 3rd, 2007 49th
C3 March Mayhem March 3rd, 2007 5th Chinesah
UMBC March 10th, 2007 17th
Fight Club March 17th, 2007 25th
UMBC II April 7th, 2007 25th
N.Y.S.T 2 April 28th, 2007 17th 7th Storms
UMBC IV May 19th, 2007 17th
UMBC V September 29th, 2007 13th 7th Yo
UMBC VI October 27th, 2007 7th 4th CK
Shell Shocked November 17th, 2007 7th Yo
Pound 3 February 2nd-3rd, 2008 193rd
Not Very Effective June 22nd, 2008 11th
ChuDat's Special Haunted Halloween Biweekly November 1st, 2008 5th Kirbstir
The Spring Arcadian May 14th, 2016 33rd

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Launch December 8th, 2018 13th Nioret
Don't Park on the Grass 2018 December 15th-16th, 2018 257th
S@X 286 January 22nd, 2019 33rd

Cheating controversy[edit]

EE was a competitor on Mizkif's Schooled series for Season 2, for which he made two appearances and competed for a prize of $50,000 against other streamers in the season finale. Although he was initially crowned the champion, it was revealed through social media afterwards that there was evidence of him cheating during both of his appearances. Due to the substantial evidence against him, he subsequently admitted to cheating on the show; the season finale runner-up, ExtraEmily, was declared the new winner. He has since apologized for cheating and congratulated ExtraEmily on winning.[4]


  • According to EE, his tag is an abbreviation of "Erotic Escort",[5] a reference to a "very lucrative business" he had back in high school where he would "lend [his] services out for a nominal fee" to assist other high school students in getting a date for school events like prom and homecoming.[6]
  • A running joke involving EE is his "beef" with KEN, which was the result of an interaction that took place at a McDonald's after Frame Perfect Series 2, where EE allowed KEN to cut in front of him due to the language barrier, only to learn KEN spoke perfect English. The "beef" was ultimately quashed at Watch The Throne 6 years later after KEN revealed he was not present at Frame Perfect Series 2.


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