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|winners|| Kounotori (DX1, DX4, DX5, DX7, DX9, DX17, DXM1, DX21, DXM4, DXM7)|
Mach Dash (DX2, DX8, DX10, DX11, DX14, DX16, DX23)
Thunders (DX3, DX6, DX18, DX19, DX20, DX24)
So-ten (DX12, DX13, DX22)
Flash (DXM2, DXM8, DXM9, DX29, DXM12)
Gucci (DXM3, DXM6)
aMSa (DXM10, DXM13)
MARS (DX27, DX28)
|winners|| Masashi (X1)|
Ganbaranai (X2, X13)
9B (X3, X4, X5, X6, X9, X10, X11, X12, X14, X15, X18, X19, X20, X21, X23, X24, X25, X27)
Edge (X22, X26, XFinal)
|winners|| Komorikiri (1, 2, 7, 8, 11, TBH, 12)|
Edge (Super, 4, 6, 17)
Ranai (3, Hyper, 14)
Aki (5, 20)
9B (9, 16)
HIKARU (13, 19, 24)
Zackray (27, S4 Final)
|winners|| Zackray (SP1, SP8, SP9, SP12)|
Tea (SP2, SP19)
Atelier (SP3, SP15, SP17, SP23)
Shuton (SP4, SP5)
KEN (SP6, SP25)
HIKARU (SP7, SP27)
Kome (SP10, SP13, SP21, SP22)
Yoshidora (SP14, SP26, SP39, SP40)
acola (SP24, SP28, SP29)
|Most successful player(s)|| 9B (20 wins)|
Kounotori (10 wins)
Edge/Etsuji (8 wins)
Mach Dash (7 wins)
Komorikiri (7 wins)
Sumabato is a tournament series held in Osaka, Japan and currently hosted by Nojinko.
- In the Sumabato DX series:
- In the Sumabato DX Melee series:
- Starter stages were Battlefield, Final Destination, Dream Land, Fountain of Dreams, and Yoshi's Story. Unconventional stage striking was used (one player strikes 2 stages, then the other player strikes 2 stages).
- Counterpick stages were Pokémon Stadium. Dave's Stupid Rule was used, but there were no counterpick stage bans.
- Wobbling was banned.
- Air time rule: If a game times out with tied stocks, and one player's air time was 80 seconds longer than the other's, that player loses. If the difference is less than 80 seconds, whoever had less damage wins.
- If a game times out with stocks and percent both tied, and the air time difference is less than 80 seconds, the higher port number wins.
- If a game ties due to both players losing their last stock on the same frame, a 1-stock 2-minute rematch on the same stage is played.
- The ruleset also explicitly stated that Deflicker must be turned on and that Sound must be set to mono.
- From November 2014 onward, the following changes were made:
- Stage striking was changed to the conventional 1-2-2-1 order.
- One counterpick stage ban was added.
- For time outs, 'equal importance' was given to air time, damage percent, and number of edge grabs, but the exact criteria have been lost.
- Legal stages were Battlefield, Final Destination, and Smashville. Standard stage striking was used. During counterpicking the player could select any of the three stages.
- Sometime after the end of SumabatoX 9 and before the start of SumabatoX 15, Yoshi's Island was added as a counterpick stage. During counterpicking the player could select any of the four stages.
- Doubles added four more counterpick stages: Delfino Plaza, Halberd, Pokémon Stadium, and Lylat Cruise. The winner could ban one stage and the loser could select any of the seven remaining stages.
- Up to SumabatoX 9, the following end-of-game rules applied:
- If Sudden Death occurs, it is played out with a ledge grab limit of 1 (grabbing the ledge twice is counted as losing Sudden Death).
- If a game times out (whether there was a stock lead or not) or if Sudden Death was played (whether the game timed out or not), there is a ledge grab limit of 60 used afterward.
- If a player grabbed the ledge 61 or more times, that player loses. If both players grabbed the ledge 61 or more times, whoever grabbed the ledge more often loses. These conditions override a time out stock lead or a Sudden Death result. Any ledge grabs performed during Sudden Death do not count toward the 60.
- From SumabatoX 15 onward, the following end-of-game rules applied (any changes between SumabatoX 10 and SumabatoX 14 have been lost):
- The ledge grab limit is lowered to 40. If a game times out and only one player has broken the ledge grab limit (has grabbed the ledge 41 or more times), that player loses regardless of tied stocks or stock lead.
- If a game times out with a stock lead, and neither player or both players have broken the ledge grab limit, whoever has the stock lead wins.
- If a game times out and stocks are tied, and neither player or both players have broken the ledge grab limit, whoever's sum of (damage % + ledge grab count) is lower wins.
- If both players lose their last stock on the same frame, Sudden Death is played out with a ledge grab limit of 1. Sudden Death is not played out in any other case.
- 'Round-trip scrooging' is banned.
- A player may travel under the stage once (counted when the player reaches the height of the opposite ledge), but then must either inflict damage, take damage, or land on stage (Smashville's moving platform does not count) before being allowed to travel under the stage in the opposite direction.
- Infinite combos cannot be performed past 350%. Infinites that do no damage cannot be continued for more than 3 seconds.
- Meta Knight's Infinite Dimensional Cape cannot be used for more than 10 seconds, and either player must take damage before it can be used again.
Smash Wii U
- Between Sumabato 1 and Sumabato 6:
- Stagelists were not yet standardized. (The stagelist for Sumabato 5 has been lost.)
- From Sumabato 7 onward:
- In all numbered tournaments in the series, there was no stage striking (the stage chooser could choose any stage).
- In Sumabato 1:
- Miis were required to be imported from a 3DS for logistical reasons. Mii Fighters could freely pick their special moves. The moveset did not have to be disclosed to the opponent in advance. It was implied that Mii sizes could be freely customized. All other customization was off.
- Between Sumabato 2 and Sumabato 12:
- Miis were required to be imported from a 3DS for logistical reasons. Mii Swordfighters and Mii Gunners could freely pick their special moves. Mii Brawlers could freely pick one special move and the other three moves had to be set to option 1. Movesets had to be disclosed to the opponent in advance. It was implied that Mii sizes could be freely customized.
- From Sumabato 13 onward:
- Only default size Miis with 1111 movesets were allowed.
- In the case of tied stocks and percent, Sudden Death was played out.
Super Smash Bros. Melee Singles Winners 
|Sumabato DX 1||September 22nd, 2009||46||Kounotori||Loop|
|Sumabato DX 2||October 24th, 2009||27||Mach Dash||Thunders|
|Sumabato DX 3||November 23rd, 2009||21||Thunders||Kei|
|Sumabato DX 4||January 11th, 2010||20||Kounotori||Thunders|
|Sumabato DX 5||February 21st, 2010||26||Kounotori||Super|
|Sumabato DX 6||March 21st, 2010||32||Thunders||Kounotori|
|Sumabato DX 7||June 20th, 2010||32||Kounotori||So-ten|
|Sumabato DX 8||July 18th, 2010||28||Mach Dash||TANI|
|Sumabato DX 9||August 21st, 2010||52||Kounotori||Kei|
|Sumabato DX 10||September 18th, 2010||35||Mach Dash||So-ten|
|Sumabato DX 11||November 20th, 2010||34||Mach Dash||TANI|
|Sumabato DX 12||December 26th, 2010||39||So-ten||Kounotori|
|Sumabato DX 13||January 29th, 2011||32||So-ten||Kei|
|Sumabato DX 14||February 26th, 2011||44||Mach Dash||So-ten|
|Sumabato DX 15||May 8th, 2011||46||Kei||S-Royal|
|Sumabato DX 16||June 4th, 2011||40||Mach Dash||Kei|
|Sumabato DX 17||July 2nd, 2011||58||Kounotori||Mach Dash|
|Sumabato DX 18||August 28th, 2011||54||Thunders||So-ten|
|Sumabato DX Melee 1||October 10th, 2011||47||Kounotori||Gucci|
|Sumabato DX 19||November 23rd, 2011||43||Thunders||So-ten|
|Sumabato DX Melee 2||December 24th, 2011||38||Flash||Mach Dash|
|Sumabato DX 20||January 28th, 2012||30||Thunders||So-ten|
|Sumabato DX Melee 3||February 25th, 2012||34||Gucci||Kounotori|
|Sumabato DX 21||March 31st, 2012||23||Kounotori||Thunders|
|Sumabato DX Melee 4||May 4th, 2012||36||Kounotori||So-ten|
|Sumabato DX 22||June 16th, 2012||29||So-ten||K.F|
|Sumabato DX Melee 5||August 4th, 2012||92||Mew2King||Gucci|
|Sumabato DX 23||November 17th, 2012||26||Mach Dash||K.F|
|Sumabato DX Melee 6||December 24th, 2012||35||Gucci||Kounotori|
|Sumabato DX 24||February 3rd, 2013||26||Thunders||K.F|
|Sumabato DX Melee 7||March 17th, 2013||32||Kounotori||K.F|
|Sumabato DX Melee 8||May 5th, 2013||34||Flash||Kounotori|
|Sumabato DX 25||July 27th, 2013||24||Sobameshi||Aoi|
|Sumabato DX Melee 9||August 25th, 2013||43||Flash||Gucci|
|Sumabato DX 26||November 17th, 2013||39||PL||aMSa|
|Sumabato DX Melee 10||December 22nd, 2013||33||aMSa||PL|
|Sumabato DX 27||March 1st, 2014||34||MARS||Kounotori|
|Sumabato DX Melee 11||May 4th, 2014||46||Remen||Kounotori|
|Sumabato DX 28||June 21st, 2014||19||MARS||Rudolph|
|Sumabato DX 29||August 16th, 2014||?||Flash||So-ten|
|Sumabato DX Melee 12||August 17th, 2014||53||Flash||aMSa|
|Sumabato DX Melee 13||December 27th-28th, 2014||?||aMSa||K.F|
Super Smash Bros. Brawl Singles Winners 
|SumabatoX 1||August 22nd, 2010||60+||Masashi||Akira|
|SumabatoX 2||September 18th, 2010||24+||Ganbaranai||9B|
|SumabatoX 3||October 30th, 2010||40+||9B||Miyacchi|
|SumabatoX 4||December 4th, 2010||?||9B||Earth|
|SumabatoX 5||January 22nd, 2011||?||9B||Masashi|
|SumabatoX 6||March 12th, 2011||150||9B||Nietono|
|SumabatoX 7||June 25th, 2011||66||SLS||Kakera|
|SumabatoX 8||September 4th, 2011||115||Nietono||Kakera|
|SumabatoX 9||October 9th, 2011||88||9B||Kakera|
|SumabatoX 10||November 19th, 2011||79+||9B||SLS|
|SumabatoX 11||December 25th, 2011||?||9B||SLS|
|SumabatoX 12||February 11th, 2012||70+||9B||SLS|
|SumabatoX 13||May 5th, 2012||67||Ganbaranai||9B|
|SumabatoX 14||June 9th, 2012||55+||9B||Masha|
|SumabatoX 15||August 5th, 2012||90+||9B||Vinnie|
|SumabatoX 16||September 15th, 2012||60+||Kakera||9B|
|SumabatoX 17||November 11th, 2012||?||Brood||9B|
|SumabatoX 18||February 16th, 2013||?||9B||SLS|
|SumabatoX 19||March 30th, 2013||140+||9B||Choco|
|SumabatoX 20||May 11th, 2013||50+||9B||Edge|
|SumabatoX 21||June 29th, 2013||?||9B||Aki|
|SumabatoX 22||August 17th, 2013||?||Edge||Kie|
|SumabatoX 23||September 29th, 2013||?||9B||SLS|
|SumabatoX 24||November 23rd, 2013||50+||9B||Shogun|
|SumabatoX 25||January 13th, 2014||?||9B||Edge|
|SumabatoX 26||February 22nd, 2014||65+||Edge||Kie|
|SumabatoX 27||March 29th, 2014||115+||9B||Choco|
|Sumabato X Final||August 23rd-24th, 2014||220||Edge||Aki|
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Singles Winners 
|Sumabato 0||October 25th, 2014||152||Edge||Komorikiri|
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Singles Winners 
|Sumabato 1||January 11th, 2015||114||Komorikiri||Ranai|
|Sumabato 2||February 21st, 2015||134||Komorikiri||Edge|
|Super Sumabato||April 5th, 2015||206||Edge||Saiya|
|Sumabato 3||June 6th, 2015||130||Ranai||Edge|
|Sumabato 4||July 18th, 2015||141||Edge||Saiya|
|Hyper Sumabato||August 16th, 2015||175||Ganbaranai||Edge|
|Sumabato 5||September 12th, 2015||140||Aki||Ranai|
|Sumabato 6||October 24th, 2015||207||Edge||Ranai|
|Sumabato Niconico Qualifier||December 26th, 2015||273||SH||Abadango|
|Sumabato 7||February 11th, 2016||280||Komorikiri||Sigma|
|Sumabato 8||March 12th, 2016||230||Komorikiri||9B|
|Sumabato 9||April 9th, 2016||144||9B||Nasubi|
|Sumabato 10||May 29th, 2016||210||Earth||Sigma|
|Sumabato 11||June 17th, 2016||180||Komorikiri||Kie|
|Sumabato for THE BIG HOUSE||July 30th-31st, 2016||216||Komorikiri||Shuton|
|Sumabato 12||August 27th, 2016||184||Komorikiri||Ron|
|Sumabato 13||September 25th, 2016||221||HIKARU||Fuwa|
|Sumabato 14||October 22nd, 2016||197||Ranai||Earth|
|Sumabato Tokaigi Qualifier||December 25th, 2016||177||ikep||Kameme|
|Sumabato 15||January 28th, 2017||185||Shuton||9B|
|Sumabato 16||February 25th, 2017||165||9B||Oisiitofu|
|Sumabato 17||April 16th, 2017||223||Edge||Ron|
|Sumabato 18||June 18th, 2017||215||Ron||Shuton|
|Sumabato 19||August 12th, 2017||280||HIKARU||9B|
|Sumabato 20||September 24th, 2017||222||Aki||Ron|
|Sumabato 21||October 21st, 2017||177||Mangalitza♀||Kome|
|Sumabato 22||November 12th, 2017||162||Sigma||Chanshu|
|Sumabato Tokaigi Qualifier 1||January 6th, 2018||209||KEN||Nietono|
|Sumabato Tokaigi Qualifier 2||January 7th, 2018||193||Kirihara||Rizeasu|
|Sumabato 23||February 17th, 2018||158||Raito||DIO|
|Sumabato 24||March 24th, 2018||233||HIKARU||Masashi|
|Sumabato 25||May 27th, 2018||199||Sigma||Kuwa|
|Sumabato 26||June 30th, 2018||196||Masashi||Yuzu|
|Sumabato 27||August 12th, 2018||251||Zackray||KEN|
|Sumabato 28||September 16th, 2018||203||Kome||Repo|
|Sumabato Smash 4 Final||October 21st, 2018||250||Zackray||HIKARU|
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Doubles Winners 
|Sumabato for THE BIG HOUSE||July 30th-31st, 2016||88||Edge & Aki||Shuton & Ri-ma|
|Sumabato 14||October 22nd, 2016||57||Komorikiri & Ranai||Earth & Fuwa|
|Sumabato 15||January 28th, 2017||49||Komorikiri & Ranai||ikep & Ryogi|
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Singles Winners 
|Sumabato SP||January 6th, 2019||306||Zackray||Tea|
|Sumabato SP 2||February 2nd, 2019||303||Tea||ZAKI|
|Sumabato SP 3||April 13th, 2019||318||Atelier||Kie|
|Sumabato SP 4||May 26th, 2019||320||Shuton||Tea|
|Sumabato SP 5||June 22nd, 2019||320||Shuton||T|
|Sumabato SP 6||July 13th, 2019||320||KEN||Tea|
|Sumabato SP 7||August 12th, 2019||320||HIKARU||shky|
|Sumabato SP 8||September 15th, 2019||320||Zackray||Kome|
|Sumabato SP 9||November 10th, 2019||313||Zackray||Shuton|
|Sumabato SP 10||December 15th, 2019||313||Kome||Kuro|
|Sumabato SP 11||December 28th, 2019||312||Paseriman||Shuton|
|Sumabato SP 12||February 8th, 2020||320||Zackray||Kome|
|Sumabato SP 13||September 20th, 2020||65||Kome||Tsumusuto|
|Sumabato SP 14||October 11th, 2020||96||Yoshidora||tk3|
|Sumabato SP 15||November 15th, 2020||160||Atelier||Kome|
|Sumabato SP 16||December 26th, 2020||128||Lunamado||Shirayuki|
|Sumabato SP 17||March 7th, 2021||128||Atelier||Yoshidora|
|Sumabato SP 18||July 23rd, 2021||128||Shirayuki||Mottsuan|
|Sumabato SP 19||July 24th, 2021||128||Tea||Jogibu|
|Sumabato SP 20||October 30th, 2021||128||Tsumusuto||Surasura|
|Sumabato SP 21||November 27th, 2021||192||Kome||Jogibu|
|Sumabato SP 22||December 25th-26th, 2021||199||Kome||Tsumusuto|
|Sumabato SP 23||March 19th, 2022||128||Atelier||Shirayuki|
|Sumabato SP 24||March 20th, 2022||128||acola||HIKARU|
|Sumabato SP 25||April 2nd, 2022||192||KEN||Shuton|
|Sumabato SP 26||May 29th, 2022||248||Yoshidora||acola|
|Sumabato SP 27||June 19th, 2022||221||HIKARU||ZAKI|
|Sumabato SP 28||July 24th, 2022||160||acola||Yoshidora|
|Sumabato SP 29||August 14th, 2022||146||acola||Miya|
|Sumabato SP 30||September 23rd, 2022||216||Asimo||Atelier|
|Sumabato SP 31||October 23rd, 2022||207||Kome||Miya|
|Sumabato SP 32||November 26th, 2022||194||Rizeasu||HIKARU|
|Sumabato SP 33||December 24th, 2022||192||Injelly||DIO|
|Sumabato SP 34||January 4th, 2023||157||Miya||Yoshidora|
|Sumabato SP 35||February 4th, 2023||174||Ron||DIO|
|Sumabato SP 36||March 25th, 2023||254||Miya||Asimo|
|Sumabato SP 37||April 22nd, 2023||260||Miya||Asimo|
|Sumabato SP 38||May 21st, 2023||263||H4||Snow|
|Sumabato SP 39||June 18th, 2023||204||Yoshidora||Miya|
|Sumabato SP 40||July 15th, 2023||260||Yoshidora||Rarukun|
|Sumabato SP Ultimate||September 16th-17th, 2023||291||acola||Ron|