Maister is a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Mr. Game & Watch main from Mexico, considered the best Mr. Game & Watch player in the world and the second-best player in Mexico after MkLeo. Despite residing in Mexico, his frequent travels to the Chicago area resulted in him being awarded the 0 position on the Chicago Ultimate Power Rankings. He is also widely known to be the player who proved Mr. Game and Watch's viability at a time when most pros were doubtful of the character. He is currently ranked 2nd on the Wi-Fi Warrior Rank v6, 1st on the Mexican Power Rankings, and 6th on the Fall 2019 PGRU.
In Smash 4, Maister was also a Mr. Game & Watch main, and was also considered to be the best Mr. Game & Watch player in the world. His breakout tournament was at GENESIS 5 where he placed 13th after beating top players like Pink Fresh, Mistake, and Fatality. He has also taken sets off of players such as Marss, Lima, SDX, ESAM, tyroy, Javi, Chag, and Cloudy. Maister was ranked 8th on the final Mexican Smash 4 Power Rankings and 81st on the Panda Global Rankings 100.
On October 16th, 2018, Maister was signed by Sinai Village and Team Killjoystick.  On July 1st, 2019, Maister and Sinai Village parted ways. Maister would be picked up by Anahuac Esports on July 24th, 2019  and later on, Nevermore on September 21st, 2019 . He parted ways with Nevermore on December 10th, 2019. On February 19th, 2020, Maister would be picked up by Spacestation Gaming.
2018: The Rise
Maister first appeared in the competitive scene in 2017, where saw moderate success in his home country, eventually being ranked 32nd on the Mexican Power Rankings. It wouldn't be until 2018 where he would have his national breakthrough at GENESIS 5. Despite playing a character that was widely considered low-mid tier at best, Maister defeated top players such as Mistake and Fatality en route to a 13th place finish, the best performance of a Mr. Game & Watch player at a supermajor since fellow Mexican Regi Shikimi's run at EVO 2016.
His performance for the rest of the season, however, was marked with ups and downs. Following a disappointing 49th at Midwest Mayhem 11, he would surprisingly take first place at Combo Breaker 2018, defeating ESAM, Chag, and tyroy twice. He followed that run with a mediocre 49th at Smash 'N' Splash 4, but afterwards had yet another fantastic run at 2GG: Hyrule Saga, the largest tournament of the season, where he defeated Marss en route to a 17th place finish. Despite his inconsistent placements throughout the season as well as Combo Breaker 2018 not counting for the season's rankings, Maister's impressive wins and showings at GENESIS 5 and 2GG: Hyrule Saga, as well as solid placements back in Mexico, allowed him to be ranked 44th on the PGR v5, the only solo-Mr. Game & Watch player to be ranked on a Smash 4 Panda Global Rankings list.
Although he only attended a couple of PGR tournaments in the final season, Maister made each and every one of them count. His best performance of the season was at Midwest Mayhem 12, where he defeated EVO 2018 champion Lima as well as SDX, eventually placing 3rd, his first top 3 placement at a PGR tournament. Thanks to his performance in the game's final year, players considered Maister to be the best Mr. Game & Watch player in the world and one of the three best players in Mexico. By the end of the year, he would be ranked 81st on the PGR 100, Smash 4's all-time power ranking.
2019: Entering the Avatar State
Despite many players considering Mr. Game & Watch to be one of the worst characters in Ultimate's early metagame, Maister stuck with the character. He defied expectations by finding success in not just his home country, but Chicago as well, where he racked up 26 consecutive tournament set wins and was ranked in the 0th position on the Chicago Power Rankings. However, he would struggle on a national level, placing 129th at GENESIS 6 and 49th at Smash 'N' Splash 5, the only 2 supermajors he attended that season. Although he was widely considered the second-best player in Mexico; had placed in the top 3 at all other PGR tournaments he attended that season, including defending his title at Combo Breaker 2018; and had multiple wins over ESAM and yeti, Maister would be left out of the Spring 2019 PGRU.
Even after he got the short end of the stick in the first season, Maister was still determined to prove himself in the second season. He began with a 3rd place at Smash Factor 8, double-eliminating Abadango and defeating Glutonny but fell to MkLeo twice, a player who eventually become his offline bracket demon. Although he had a respectable 17th placement at EVO 2019, it was quickly overshadowed by his performance at Super Smash Con 2019; he initially lost to Leffen early on in the tournament, but would make an impressive Loser's run, eliminating yeti, ESAM, and Light before falling to Marss and placing 5th. Although this was, at the time, the highest a Mr. Game & Watch player had placed at a supermajor, Maister would continue his streak of outstanding performances. From then on, he saw top 6 placements at every tournament he attended aside from Mainstage, including 3rd at the S-tiers The Big House 9 and 2GG: Kongo Saga. His impressive runs helped change the perception on Mr. Game & Watch, with players now considering the character to be a high tier, at the cost of gaining a negative reputation as a masher. Despite this, his performance would be rewarded at the end of the season where he was ranked 6th on the Fall 2019 PGRU.
2020: The Consistency Online
At the start of the third season, Maister continued his strong performances with a 7th place finish at the first national tournament of the season, Let's Make Big Moves. Although he faltered at Glitch 8 - Missingno, where he placed 17th, he followed it up with a quick return to form at the next two supermajors - GENESIS 7 and Frostbite 2020. In the latter tournament, he managed to reach Grand Finals on the Winner's side, but despite seeing some promise when he used Pichu, he was quickly 6-0'd by his bracket demon MkLeo.
Although offline play was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down all tournaments worldwide, Maister would continue to succeed in the online metagame. He started off on a decent note, with solid S-tier placements such as 3rd at The Quarantine Series: Major Tournament 1, 9th at Pound Online, and 13th at The Box. His best performance of the season was at Ultimate Naifu Wars 12, where he ran through Wi-Fi Warriors such as Lui$, Riddles, and Sonix to win the tournament, his first Wi-Fi Warrior Rank S-tier win. At the end of the season, he would be ranked 8th on the Wi-Fi Warrior Rank v5 with a 10-4 record against the list's top 10.
In the next season, Maister would see a performance similar to that of his second offline season. Although he did not claim victory at a single S-tier, he managed to place 2nd at the two he attended - Lockhart Series and Ultimate 32. His only major victory was at The Box: L4st's Box, where despite being disqualified in his first set, he tore through the entire tournament, eliminating Wi-Fi Warriors such as Yez, Chag, BestNess, and Chag in the process, before double-eliminating LeoN, marking one of, if not, the most brutal Loser's run during the COVID-19 period. By the end of the season, when ignoring full DQs, Maister had placed top 3 at all but four events. Due to all of the aforementioned, he would rise up to the runner-up position on the Wi-Fi Warrior Rank v6.
Maister, unlike most Mr. Game and Watch players, has a very aggressive and fast-paced playstyle, centred around quickly throwing an opponent into disadvantage and sealing out stocks while taking little retaliation in return by smothering all their options. His clever usage of throws and aerials, such as Mr. Game and Watch’s forward aerial, initially thought to be one of the worst moves in his kit, along with his proficiency in edgeguarding and very strong combo game, gives him one of the most, if not the most, oppressive neutral and advantage state of any player. He is also has a flexible disadvantage state, as he maintains great DI that allow him to commonly survive up to 150% or higher as the third lightest character in the game. Notably, he is one of the few players who uses GnW's smash attacks to bait and condition his opponent due to their low ending lag, playing them his overall strengths.
However, due to his risky and aggressive playstyle, he often overextends many of his attacks which can get him KO'd early due to Mr. Game & Watch's extremely light weight. Additionally, he often become very predictable since he tends to go for the same options in certain situations without mixing things up (for example, he almost always uses down air after an up special OoS which makes his landing easy to read and punish). Combined, these two factors can leave him susceptible to comebacks which has led to upsets from lower ranked players such as Yei, Chag, and Stroder. He also has some trouble in the Joker matchup, having an 0-7 record against MkLeo offline as well as suffering a reverse 3-0 from Zackray at The Big House 9 when the latter switched to Joker.