tamim, formerly known as Mistake, is a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Bayonetta player from Southern Ontario. He was considered to be one of the best Bayonetta players in the world during the early metagame and the best Bayonetta player in Canada prior to his retirement. tamim is currently ranked 5th on the Southern Ontario Ultimate Power Rankings and 8th on the Smash Canada Rankings Ultimate. He has defeated players such as WaDi, Riddles, Rivers, Mr. E, 8BitMan, and JW.
In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, tamim was also a Bayonetta main who formerly mained Zero Suit Samus, a character he now uses as a strong secondary. tamim was considered one of the best Bayonetta players in the world along with Tweek, Salem, Lima, CaptainZack, and Abadango, and was one of the best Zero Suit Samus and Peach players in Canada. He has taken sets off top level smashers such as ZeRo, Tweek, Dabuz, Nairo, Salem, Cosmos, Mr.R, CaptainZack, komorikiri, and VoiD. He is currently ranked 1st on the Southern Ontario Smash 4 Power Rankings and the Canada Smash Ranking, as well as 25th on the Panda Global Rankings 100.
tamim announced his retirement from competitive Smash Bros. on March 22nd, 2019, citing dissatisfaction with the community. However, on April 23rd of the same year, tamim registered for Get On My Level 2019, and officially announced that he intended to return to competition locally on June 19th. tamim would once again go into retirement in 2020, but has once again returned and competed the following year under the Mistake tag.
On March 22nd, 2019, tamim posted a series of tweets in which he criticized Smash's competitive scene and players, most notably singling out Ally for engaging in a sexual relationship with a minor, and StaticManny for sexual predatory behavior, providing screenshots as proof. This caused some controversy, with various smashers such as Alpharad leaving the competitive scene in response to the event, along with similar outbursts from the community's players. While a few reports were eventually revealed to be fabricated, on April 21st, 2019, RiotLettuce had confirmed after an investigation that most of the reports pertaining to StaticManny were indeed accurate, with the CFL panel deciding to issue a tournament ban on Manny from any CFL events until CEO 2019. Following the tournament, Ally would also confirm that the allegations pertaining to him were true, prompting him to permanently retire from the competitive Smash scene.
On September 14th, 2020, tamim released a TwitLonger explaining that CaptainZack's TwitLonger on Nairo was full of manipulations and lies. In the TwitLonger, he also included a section on Samsora, accusing him of knowing about Zack's relationships with Ally and Nairo but doing nothing about it. tamim then stated that he believed Samsora disliked being in Nairo's shadow but nonetheless used Nairo to gain more attention, and when Nairo became useless to him he decided to get rid of him; as a result, he collaborated with Zack on his TwitLonger in order to "reap the benefits of Nairo’s downfall". The next day, Samsora would deny the accusations.
Two days later, tamim would release a final TwitLonger, this time with CaptainZack. In it, CaptainZack confirmed some of tamim's accusations against him while tamim stood by his accusation of Samsora.
In a Twitlonger released by an unknown Twitter account, it is alleged that tamim was directly responsible for bringing MattyG, who was nearly 20 years old at the time and and an underaged CaptainZack together in 2017.