t0mmy is a smasher and tournament organizer from Portland, Oregon. He was ranked 3rd on the Pacific Northwest Brawl Power Rankings. For some time, he was considered to be one of the best American R.O.B. mains. t0mmy is a member of Super Smash Twins, along with his twin brother, t1mmy.
t0mmy started playing competitive Smash with TANG 9 in Fall 2006. Since then he has helped organized and competed in nearly every SF:E tournament and other series of state/local events. Later, he participated in the bigger competitive scene with events like MLG, 0C2, and NCT2. Ever since Brawl's release, t0mmy has scored 1st place in many Oregon state events and went on to win many major Pacific Northwest tournaments (RCB series and GameClucks series). Noticing a decline in attendance he announced his retirement from the "local" scene and focused on hosting events to help bolster tournament growth, but continued to play outside the state to represent Oregon, where he scored wins in Washington around the time of Felix's top 3 placing at an MLG event (MLG Raleigh). His best placing on a national level to date was Evo 2k9 in Brawl Singles taking top 10 at 9th place. The first grassroots Pacific Northwest regional (East/West Washington, North/South Oregon, Idaho, and Canada players attended) tournament for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS (hosted at GameZone/GameClucks in Washington on Oct. 4th) started off his involvement with the newest Smash game, where he took 2nd place. Since then, t0mmy has won nearly every weekly and monthly 3DS event in his state leading up to the launch of Super Smash Bros. Wii U. He is currently ranked 2nd on the Oregon Smash 4 Power Rankings.
He currently helps head up the Oregon Scene organizing and hosting events, moderates the state boards online, and contributes to discussion regarding tournament protocol and rules on a national scale.