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Founded 2015
Region United States
Format Double elimination
Most successful player(s) Chile ZeRo (Fatality Saga, ESAM Saga, EE Saga, Abadango Saga)
Director(s) Champ, 2GGaming

2GGT was a Super Smash Bros. for Wii U tournament series held on a monthly/bi-monthly basis, mainly in Southern California. First held in December 2015, it is organized and directed by Champ and the 2GGaming team. Each event is dedicated towards a particular player or a group of players that are flown out to compete. 2GGT is largely praised due to the overall efficiency and quality of the tournaments: despite many of them housing well over 300 entrants, singles, doubles and side events were hosted from start to finish in a single day with no time constraints. It quickly grew in popularity since its inception, having hosted some of the largest tournaments for Smash 4 of all time.

On December 18th, 2016, following 2GGT: ZeRo Saga, tournament director and 2GG crew member Champ announced the rebranding of 2GGT as 2GGC, or 2GG Championship Series.

List of tournaments[edit]

Event Date Attendance
2GGT: Fatality Saga December 5th, 2015 96
2GGT: ESAM Saga January 9th, 2016 190
2GGT: The False Awakens January 30th, 2016 208
2GGT: EE Saga February 27th, 2016 204
2GGT: FOW Saga March 26th, 2016 371
2GGT: Fresh Saga May 7th, 2016 345
2GGT: Mexico Saga June 4th, 2016 423
2GGT: KTAR Saga July 23rd, 2016 432
2GGT: Abadango Saga September 24th, 2016 564
2GGT: ZeRo Saga December 16th-18th, 2016 367


Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Smash 4 Winners Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Event Player Tag Character(s) Runner-up Character(s)
2GGT: Fatality Saga Gonzalo Barrios Chile ZeRo DiddyKongHeadSSB4-U.pngSheikHeadSSB4-U.png USA Ito MetaKnightHeadSSB4-U.png
2GGT: ESAM Saga Gonzalo Barrios Chile ZeRo DiddyKongHeadSSB4-U.pngSheikHeadSSB4-U.png USA VoiD SheikHeadSSB4-U.png
2GGT: The False Awakens Eric Legesse USA Tyrant MetaKnightHeadSSB4-U.pngSheikHeadSSB4-U.png USA False SheikHeadSSB4-U.pngRyuHeadSSB4-U.png
2GGT: EE Saga Gonzalo Barrios Chile ZeRo DiddyKongHeadSSB4-U.pngSheikHeadSSB4-U.png USA Larry Lurr FoxHeadSSB4-U.pngDonkeyKongHeadSSB4-U.pngCorrinHeadSSB4-U.png
2GGT: FOW Saga Nairoby Quezada USA Nairo ZeroSuitSamusHeadSSB4-U.png USA Larry Lurr FoxHeadSSB4-U.pngDonkeyKongHeadSSB4-U.png
2GGT: Fresh Saga Alberto Miliziano USA Trela RyuHeadSSB4-U.png USA VoiD SheikHeadSSB4-U.png
2GGT: Mexico Saga Larry Holland USA Larry Lurr FoxHeadSSB4-U.pngDonkeyKongHeadSSB4-U.pngMarioHeadSSB4-U.png Chile ZeRo DiddyKongHeadSSB4-U.pngCloudHeadSSB4-U.png
2GGT: KTAR Saga Marcus Wilson USA Pink Fresh BayonettaHeadSSB4-U.png USA Marss ZeroSuitSamusHeadSSB4-U.png
2GGT: Abadango Saga Gonzalo Barrios Chile ZeRo DiddyKongHeadSSB4-U.png USA Larry Lurr FoxHeadSSB4-U.png
2GGT: ZeRo Saga Leonardo Perez Mexico MkLeo MarthHeadSSB4-U.pngCloudHeadSSB4-U.png USA Larry Lurr FoxHeadSSB4-U.png


  • 2GGT's namesake is a reference to Dragon Ball GT, and as such, its main logo is also inspired by it, and each event typically follows a "[featured player] Saga" nomenclature, much like Dragon Ball's own naming convention for each saga.
  • None of the featured players have managed to win their own saga as of yet. This is commonly referred to as the "saga curse". Three particularly ironic examples are Pink Fresh finishing at 17th place at his own saga but winning KTAR Saga 2 months after; MKLeo being unable to attend Mexico Saga but winning ZeRo Saga 6 months later; and ZeRo, who won 4 sagas (Fatality, EE, ESAM, Abadango), but placed 4th in his own. Here is each player's placement in their own saga:
    • Fatality Saga - 7th
    • ESAM Saga - 5th
    • The False Awakens - 2nd
    • EE Saga - 49th
    • FOW Saga - 4th
    • Fresh Saga - 17th
    • Mexico Saga - 4th (Hyuga, the best placing Mexican player)
    • KTAR Saga - 2nd (Marss, the best placing player out of everyone who was either from Tristate and/or a former KTAR winner)
    • Abadango Saga - 13th
    • ZeRo Saga - 4th

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