Tournament:DreamHack Winter 2019

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DreamHack Winter 2019
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Info
Dates November 29th-December 2nd, 2019
Venue Elmia Convention Center
Address/City Elmiavägen 11, 554 54
Jönköping, Sweden Sweden
Attendance 160
Pot size(s) €5,000
Results
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate winners Sweden Leffen 1v1
France Oryon & France PEW 2v2

DreamHack Winter 2019 was a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate regional tournament held in Jönköping, Sweden, from November 29th-December 2nd, 2019. This tournament was part of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate European Circuit.

Results[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate singles[edit]

(158 entrants)
Bracket

Place Name Character(s) Earnings
1st Sweden Leffen PokémonTrainerHeadSSBU.pngTerryHeadSSBU.png €2,700
2nd Netherlands Mr.R ChromHeadSSBU.pngYoungLinkHeadSSBU.png €1,250
3rd Netherlands Space InklingHeadSSBU.png €500
4th Sweden Rage BayonettaHeadSSBU.png €250
5th Sweden Armada InklingHeadSSBU.png €100
5th France Ogey CaptainFalconHeadSSBU.pngWolfHeadSSBU.png €100
7th France PEW NessHeadSSBU.png €50
7th France Flow RoyHeadSSBU.png €50
9th France Oryon WolfHeadSSBU.pngDrMarioHeadSSBU.png
9th France Greil WolfHeadSSBU.png
9th Denmark tsun JokerHeadSSBU.png
9th Finland Lancelot ChromHeadSSBU.png
13th France VinS LinkHeadSSBU.png
13th Sweden M ShulkHeadSSBU.png
13th Denmark Laske PokémonTrainerHeadSSBU.png
13th Sweden ThymeBalloon LucinaHeadSSBU.png

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate doubles[edit]

(19 teams)
Bracket

Place Name Character(s) Name Character(s) Earnings
1st France Oryon DrMarioHeadSSBU.png France PEW NessHeadSSBU.png
2nd France Flow KingKRoolHeadSSBU.pngChromHeadSSBU.png France Ogey RidleyHeadSSBU.pngWolfHeadSSBU.png
3rd Sweden Somo ROBHeadSSBU.png Sweden Xzx Pac-ManHeadSSBU.png
4th Norway Hudet SnakeHeadSSBU.png Sweden Nathan DiddyKongHeadSSBU.png

Trivia[edit]

  • This tournament marks the first 100+ entrant Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament win by a player otherwise known for playing Super Smash Bros. Melee, with Leffen (who has consistently been ranked on the MPGR) resetting in Grand Finals to ultimately take the tournament.
    • In that regard, this tournament marks Leffen as the first (and so far, only) player to win a 100+ entrant tournament for both Melee and Ultimate.

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