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Tournament:Jump Festa 2002

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Jump Festa 2002
SVG vectorization of the Jump Festa 2002 logo. Done by Eiim. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfSSGaQ9IpgVslYY5rxS-6w At the moment I don't know what license this falls under, but he has allowed it to be used on my website. I'll ask him in the morning.
Dates December 22nd-23rd, 2001
Venue Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall
Address/City 2-1, Nakase, Mihama-ku, Chiba,
Chiba Prefecture, 261-8550, Japan Japan
Attendance unknown
Entry fees N/A
Results
Super Smash Bros. Melee winners Japan Norikazu Oikawa & Japan Masashi Ebihara Dec. 22 Morning
Japan Suzuho Ryosuke & Japan Naoki Kimitsuka Dec. 22 Afternoon
Japan Shōgo Funami & Japan Hiroki Koro Dec. 23 Morning
Japan Yusuki Udagawa & Japan Taketo Kanno Dec. 23 Afternoon
Staff
Director(s) Jump Festa Staff
Nintendo

Jump Festa 2002 (ジャンプフェスタ2002, Jump Festa 2002) was an event held in the Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall in Japan late 2001. There was an official Super Smash Bros. Melee tournament among other events. The first place teams each got a trophy, and two copies of Super Smash Bros. Melee, the second place teams each got 2 GameBoy Advance games, and the third place teams each got two Melee-themed bandanas and Melee-themed stickers.

Note that there were actually four Doubles brackets, on December 22nd and 23rd in the morning and afternoon.

The tournament had a Doubles bracket in addition to a side event. The preliminaries were 2-on-2, team attack off, 2-minute time matches. The semi-finals may have used the same rules. The finals were 2-on-2, team attack off, 5-minute time limit, 2-stock matches.

The side event, dubbed the "Winning Brawl," was also free to enter and did not have a proper bracket. It was Singles free-for-all matches. If a player won two matches, they got a Melee-themed bandana. Additionally, some players obtained Melee T-shirts, possibly when bandanas ran out.

The four Finals matches from the four total brackets were recorded and later released on gold-colored GameCube discs at later Toys "R" Us tournament. The disc is known as "Game Taikai Yuushou Kinen - Tokusei SmaBro DX Movie Disc."

Results[edit]

Results

December 22 Morning[edit]

Place Name Character(s) Name Character(s)
1st Japan Norikazu Oikawa LinkHeadSSBM.png Japan Masashi Ebihara SamusHeadSSBM.png
2nd Japan Satoshi Kimitsuka FoxHeadSSBM.png Japan Kiyomori Hanashiro DonkeyKongHeadSSBM.png
3rd Japan Kanno   Japan Udagawa  
3rd Japan Shagawa   Japan Nukaga  

December 22 Afternoon[edit]

Place Name Character(s) Name Character(s)
1st Japan Suzuho Ryosuke MarthHeadSSBM.png Japan Naoki Kimitsuka SheikHeadSSBM.png
2nd Japan Takayuki Uchiyama FoxHeadSSBM.png Japan Ryuta Nakayama SheikHeadSSBM.png
3rd Japan Kobe   Japan Mochizuki  
3rd Japan Atsushi Tsukamoto   Japan Hiroshi Tsukamoto  

December 23 Morning[edit]

Place Name Character(s) Name Character(s)
1st Japan Shōgo Funami PeachHeadSSBM.png Japan Hiroki Koro MarthHeadSSBM.png
2nd Japan Shuichi Yamada SamusHeadSSBM.png Japan Mitsuyuki Yamada LinkHeadSSBM.png
3rd Japan Nishihama   Japan Yamamoto  
3rd Japan Ōe   Japan Konuma  

December 23 Afternoon[edit]

Place Name Character(s) Name Character(s)
1st Japan Yusuki Udagawa FoxHeadSSBM.png Japan Taketo Kanno SheikHeadSSBM.png
2nd Japan Takuma Geikawa GanondorfHeadSSBM.png Japan Daisuke Ito SamusHeadSSBM.png
3rd Japan Asami   Japan Kawashima  
3rd Japan Ono   Japan Yamane  

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