|Skill|| Professional |
|Ranking|| 2021-2022 Smash 64 Power Rankings: 43rd |
|Real name||Jayden Murphy|
Quincy is the top Australian Smash 64 player, his rise to dominance beginning in 2018 after winning both Australian majors that year. He has only lost three tournaments in the country since then (two of which came at the hands of international players), with his lowest placing being 3rd.
His appearance at Super Smash Con 2022 marked the 5th time (and 4th person total) an Australian has travelled to the US to compete in Smash 64, managing to place 17th in singles with wins over Czar, lord narwhal, Loto and Killer. Teaming with lord narwhal in doubles, the two finished 7th with wins over Darkhorse & Josh Brody and Take & Prince, and managed to take a game off Isai & tacos in pools.
Quincy is known for his well-rounded punish game and upwards directional influence, citing wario as his main inspiration for the former. He also attributes his early rise in skill to Training Mode, spending a vast amount of time in both 2016 and 2017 practising tech skill and combos, even going as far as playing during class while in high school.
Super Smash Bros.
|Tournament||Date||1v1 placement||2v2 placement||Partner|
|Battle Arena Melbourne 9||May 12th-14th, 2017||3rd||—||—|
|Battle Arena Melbourne 10||May 18th-20th, 2018||1st||—||—|
|Simbarumba||September 29th-30th, 2018||1st||2nd||DSC|
|Battle Arena Melbourne 11||May 17th-19th, 2019||3rd||—||—|
|Simbarumba II||September 27th-29th, 2019||3rd||2nd||DSC|
|Battle Arena Melbourne 12||May 13th-15th, 2022||1st||—||—|
|Super Smash Con 2022||August 11th-14th, 2022||17th||7th||lord narwhal|
|Simbarumba III||December 2nd-5th, 2022||2nd||—||—|