Tweek is an SSBU Pokémon Trainer player from Burlington, New Jersey. He is considered to be the best Pokémon Trainer and Young Link player in the world, one of the best Wario, Donkey Kong, Roy, and Ridley players in the world, and was previously the best Chrom player in the world prior to dropping the character. Tweek is currently ranked 0th on the Ohio Smash Ultimate Power Rankings. He is considered the second best player in the world after MkLeo, and is rightfully ranked 2nd on the Spring 2019 PGRU.
In SSB4, he was considered to be the best Bayonetta and Donkey Kong player in the world and one of the best Cloud players in the world (alongside MkLeo). Originally a Bowser Jr. player, he was, and still is, considered the best Bowser Jr. player in the world prior to dropping the character, and was a pioneer of Bowser Jr.'s metagame. Tweek is currently ranked 1st on the Ohio Smash 4 Power Rankings, 7th on the Panda Global Rankings 100, and was formerly ranked 4th on the New Jersey Smash 4 Power Rankings.
In Melee, he was a Luigi main. He saw moderate success in region, placing top 8 at multiple KTAR events and securing wins over players such as C!Z, NJzFinest, and Copycat. He was formerly ranked 12th on the New Jersey Melee Power Rankings.
On February 28th, 2016, Tweek announced that he would be dropping Bowser Jr., believing that the character was not conducive to his development as a player. Since then, no other Bowser Jr. player has matched his accomplishments, and many players still consider Tweek the strongest Bowser Jr. player to date.
On February 10th, 2017, Tweek was signed by Phoenix1, as their first Smash player. On May 17th, 2018, Tweek announced he would no longer be working with Phoenix1, thanking them for their love and support. Later on January 24th, 2019, Tweek was signed by Team SoloMid.
Tweek has a very methodical, punish-heavy style of playing with all his characters. This style has very clear strengths, like being able to kill very early when Tweek reads a panic option; however, it is also susceptible to strong defense in the neutral. Because Tweek often uses his character's high-risk-high-reward combo starters in neutral, he can frustrate himself when he does not get an early advantage. His switch to Bayonetta in Smash 4 saw an increase in consistency to his results as Bayonetta's Witch Twist is a strong, safe combo starter. His Cloud was infamous for refusing to use Limit on the first stock to preserve the movement and recovery buff and also potentially land an early kill on his opponent's second stock.