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This article is about the Dutch smasher. For the Spanish smasher, see Smasher:Marc (Spain).
Character info
Melee mains Peach, Sheik
Other Melee character Luigi
Team info
Crew(s) LiveJasmin
Personal and other info
Real name Marc I. Hagen
Birth date (age 35)
Location Den Haag The Netherlands

Marc, once briefly known as Perfect Vegetto, is a Peach main and former Sheik, Falco, and Ganondorf main from Den Haag, The Netherlands. He has been going to tournaments since the first tournament held in the Netherlands, Dutch Tournament 1 (November 2nd, 2002). He is one of the last two smashers who are still active since that day, the other one being his training partner and Avalon co-host Remen.

As one of the earliest and most influential members of the Dutch and European Smash scene, Marc has done a lot of work to improve competitive play in these regions, including pushing for turning items off, which happened for the first time at DT9, pushing for banning disruptive and other nonviable stages, helping to start the Dutch Power Rankings, organizing the creation of the PAL tier list, and together with Remen hosting various tournaments such as HK 1-8 and Avalon I-III, which saw attendance from such players as Armada, Ice and Leffen. Before this he was involved with the SmashNL hosting staff and a co-host at several large events. Overall he is seen as one of the most important and most respected members of the Dutch Smash community.

Marc has been one of the better Dutch players for a long time now. One of his more impressive showings occurred at DT8, where he beat reigning champion The_Doug twice, who is an American living in the UK at the time. In the past 3 years, he has never fallen short of single digit placings at European events. He continued this trend in several US tournaments, the one exception being APEX 2014, where he got 49th. Marc is currently ranked 8th on the Dutch Melee Power Rankings.

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Dutch Tournament 1 November 2nd, 2002 2nd Remen
Dutch Tournament 2 December 22nd, 2002 3rd
Dutch Tournament 3 March 3rd, 2003 3rd Remen
Dutch Tournament 4 May 17th, 2003 4th Remen
Dutch Tournament 5 August 30th, 2003 4th Remen
Dutch Tournament 8 June 12th, 2004 2nd
Dutch Tournament 9 September 18th, 2004 2nd 1st Remen
Dutch Tournament 10 March 5th-6th, 2005 3rd Remen
THOG 2 January 27th, 2007 9th
LostHost March 17th, 2007 7th 1st Dave
Epita Smash Arena April 7th-8th, 2007 25th
ZEST2 April 28th, 2007 4th 4th Remen
Epita Smash Arena 2 February 23rd-24th, 2008 9th 9th Kirby Squad
National Spanish Tournament 2 July 12th-13th, 2008 9th 4th JD
ZEST4 August 29th, 2009 9th 9th Shizuka
ZEST5 May 1st, 2010 13th 9th Utto
Smash Needs You August 10th-12th, 2010 9th 4th Utto
Avalon I October 5th, 2013 5th 5th Jeapie
Avalon II November 9th, 2013 3rd Amsah
KTAR 8 December 28th, 2013 5th
Collision 8 January 11th, 2014 5th 2nd Zanguzen
Apex 2014 January 17th-19th, 2014 49th
Avalon III March 8th, 2014 5th 3rd Amsah
Avalon V September 6th, 2014 5th 4th Ser
Avalon VI November 29th, 2014 1st Armada
Avalon X September 5th, 2015 7th 3rd Avalancer
Avalon M October 3rd, 2015 9th 9th Avalancer
Avalon M-II January 9th, 2016 5th Avalancer
Avalon M-III March 5th, 2016 2nd Amsah
Avalon M-IV May 7th, 2016 9th 1st Amsah
Avalon M-V July 2nd, 2016 1st Amsah
Syndicate 2016 September 10th-11th, 2016 7th Amsah
Avalon M-VI November 5th, 2016 2nd Amsah

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Avalon I October 5th, 2013 7th
KTAR 8 December 28th, 2013 33rd 9th Orion
Collision 8 January 11th, 2014 9th 5th Orion
Avalon III March 8th, 2014 5th 5th Four Sword

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Avalon VI November 29th, 2014 5th