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Rizeasu "りぜあす" "Teku" "てく"
Ultimate mains Byleth, Marth
Other Ultimate
Robin, Terry, Cloud, Mii Brawler
Retired Ultimate
Zelda, Sheik, Sephiroth
SSB4 mains Zelda, Dr. Mario
Other SSB4
Marth, Bowser
Retired SSB4
Robin, Lucina
Skill Super Smash Bros. 4 Upper high level
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Upper high level
Ranking Super Smash Bros. 4 Panda Global Rankings 100: 68th
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate LumiRank Mid-Year 2023: 49th
Additional info
Location Kyoto Japan

Rizeasu (りぜあす) (sometimes going by the tag てく) is an Super Smash Bros. Ultimate player from Kyoto, Japan. He is known for possessing an extensive character roster which he regularly implements in tournament: he has seen success in tournaments playing characters such as Marth, Mii Brawler, Byleth, Sephiroth, and Robin. Rizeasu is considered the best Marth and Mii Brawler player in the world when he actively plays the characters as well as the best Byleth player in Japan, one of the best Cloud, Sephiroth, and Robin players in Japan. He has defeated acola, Yoshidora, and Asimo with Byleth; Tea, kameme, and T with Mii Brawler; and Hero and HIKARU with Marth. Rizeasu is currently ranked 11th on the Experimental Smash Player Rankings and 49th on the LumiRank Mid-Year 2023.

In SSB4, Rizeasu was a Zelda, Dr. Mario, and Marth player, and is currently considered to be the best Zelda, Dr. Mario, and Marth player in Japan. Rizeasu was ranked 25th on the JAPAN Smash 4 Power Rankings and 68th on the final Panda Global Rankings 100. He has taken sets off of players such as Choco, Ron, HIKARU, RAIN, T, Fuwa, Shogun, and Kuro.

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Sumabato 8 March 12th, 2016 49th
Sumabato 9 April 9th, 2016 9th
Sumabato 10 May 29th, 2016 17th
Sumabato 11 June 18th, 2016 33rd
Sumabato for THE BIG HOUSE July 30th-31st, 2016 17th 33rd yamada
Sumayatsu 4 August 10th, 2016 17th
Sumabato 12 August 27th, 2016 9th
Hirosuma 5 September 18th, 2016 5th
Sumabato 13 September 25th, 2016 97th
Karisuma 10 October 8th, 2016 4th 9th m&m
Sumabato 14 October 22nd, 2016 33rd 33rd Glen
Karisuma 11 November 26th, 2016 25th
Sumabato Tokaigi Qualifiers December 25th, 2016 17th
Karisuma Tokaigi Qualifiers January 14th, 2017 9th
Sumabato 15 January 28th, 2017 4th
Umebura Tokaigi Qualifier February 4th, 2017 17th
Sumabato 17 April 16th, 2017 9th
Sumabato x Cyclops #4 April 27th, 2017 9th
Umebura Japan Major 2017 May 6th-7th, 2017 13th
Sumabato x Cyclops #22 September 15th, 2017 5th
Sumabato 20 September 24th, 2017 9th
Sumabato x Cyclops #28 November 3rd, 2017 4th
Sumabato x Cyclops #29 November 10th, 2017 2nd
Sumabato 22 November 12th, 2017 13th
Sumabato x Cyclops #32 December 1st, 2017 9th
Karisuma 16 December 10th, 2017 13th
Sumabato Tokaigi Qualifiers 1 January 6th, 2018 25th
Sumabato Tokaigi Qualifiers 2 January 7th, 2018 2nd
Niconico Tokaigi 2018 February 10th-11th, 2018 9th
Sumabato x Cyclops #43 March 16th, 2018 3rd
Sumabato 24 March 24th, 2018 33rd
Sumabato x Cyclops #49 May 11th, 2018 2nd
Sumabato 25 May 27th, 2018 25th
Sumabato x Cyclops #54 June 15th, 2018 7th
Sumabato 27 August 12th, 2018 13th
Hirosuma 10 September 1st, 2018 2nd
Sumabato 28 September 16th, 2018 7th

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Sumabato SP 3 April 14th, 2019 13th
Umebura Japan Major 2019 May 1st-2nd, 2019 97th
Sumabato SP 6 July 13th, 2019 5th
Okasuma SP 4 August 11th, 2019 2nd
Hirosuma 14 August 17th, 2019 1st
Sumabato SP 8 September 15th, 2019 33rd
Umebura SP 7 November 16th, 2019 97th
Maesuma TOP 2 March 1st, 2020 5th
Maesuma TOP 4 October 31st-November 1st, 2020 1st
Sumabato SP 16 December 26th, 2020 7th
Tamisuma Championship 1Online February 17th, 2021 33rd
Tamisuma Championship 2Online March 18th, 2021 2nd
Tamisuma Championship 3Online April 22nd, 2021 33rd
Tamisuma Championship 4Online June 10th, 2021 1st
Maesuma TOP 5 July 3rd-4th, 2021 2nd
Sumabato SP 18 July 23rd, 2021 5th
Tamisuma Championship 5Online July 29th, 2021 33rd
MaeTami Summer FestivalOnline August 15th, 2021 1st
Maesuma Champion Series 8Online September 18th, 2021 3rd
Tamisuma SP #345Online December 16th, 2021 1st
Sumabato SP 22 December 25th-26th, 2021 7th
Kagaribi 6 January 8th-9th, 2022 7th
Sumabato SP 23 March 19th, 2022 4th
Sumabato SP 24 March 20th, 2022 9th
Chūbu Smash Chronicle 1 March 21st, 2022 1st
Sumabato SP 25 April 2nd, 2022 17th
Maesuma Champion Series 15Online April 6th, 2022 9th
Maesuma TOP 7 May 1st, 2022 25th
Maesuma Champion Series 16Online May 25th, 2022 9th
Kamisuma 13 June 5th, 2022 3rd
Maesuma TOP 8 June 11th-12th, 2022 17th
Sumabato SP 32 November 26th, 2022 1st
JAPAN 24 December 24th-25th, 2022 9th
Sumabato SP 34 January 4th, 2023 5th
Umebura SP 9 January 7th-8th, 2023 17th
Kagaribi 9 February 4th-5th, 2023 13th
Maesuma Champion Series 24Online February 18th, 2023 5th
MaesumaHIT Champion Series 4 February 25th, 2023 4th
Hirosuma 25 February 26th, 2023 3rd
Maesuma TOP 11 March 5th, 2023 9th
Sumabato SP 36 March 25th, 2023 7th
tamasuma kyokkan 2 April 15th, 2023 7th
Sumabato SP 37 April 22nd, 2023 33rd
DELTA 4 May 4th, 2023 13th
Kagaribi 10 May 6th-7th, 2023 65th
Sumabato SP 39 June 18th, 2023 9th / 204
Maesuma TOP 13 June 24th-25th, 2023 17th / 541
Tiesute July 16th, 2023 1st / 117
Maesuma TOP 14 September 3rd, 2023 2nd / 392
Sumabato SP Ultimate September 16th-17th, 2023 33rd / 291


  • Rizeasu is notorious for his constant name switching, in both tournaments and social media.
  • His tendency to perform well with a variety of characters from the character roster have led many to say that he "mains the Random button".
    • He currently holds the record for the most characters used in a non-Ironman Smash tournament event, successfully utilizing 21 different characters at Hirosuma 14.

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