|Dates||December 2nd-4th, 2022|
|Venue||Ontario Convention Center|
|Address/City||2000 E Convention Center Way|
|Entry fees||Smash Summit 13 Exclusive Registration: $50|
Early Registration: $55
Standard Registration: $65
Late Registration: $75
Emergency Registration: $85
Sunday Only Spectator Registration: $40
SWTC 2022 Registree Venue: $0
Doubles: $10 per person
|Pot size(s)||Melee Singles: $5,835|
Melee Doubles: $1,160
Ultimate Singles: $7,680
Ultimate Doubles: $1,720
The Arcadian Finals: $50,000
|winners|| Mango 1v1|
FatGoku & Ginger 2v2
|winners|| Sparg0 1v1|
Lui$ & Scend 2v2
|Director(s)||Beyond the Summit|
Mainstage 2022 was a Super Smash Bros. Melee major and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate supermajor held in Ontario, California, on December 2nd-4th, 2022 as part of Beyond the Summit's open tournament series. The Top 6 players for Melee and Ultimate qualified for Smash Summit 15 and Smash Ultimate Summit 6, respectively.
Mainstage 2022 featured the Last Chance Qualifier and The Arcadian Finals for The Arcadian circuit. Globally ranked players and non-United States residents were not permitted to enter the circuit, and dropping out from Ultimate singles' main bracket then participating in the Last Chance Qualifier was not permitted. Four players from each of the three online qualifiers and the Top 4 players of the Last Chance Qualifier made up the 16 players of the finals. The Top 4 of the Last Chance Qualifier was not played out. The Arcadian Finals was a double-elimination bracket, where the Top 4 won a VIP trip to Smash Ultimate Summit 6. The total prize pool for the finals was $50,000, which was the seventh-largest singles pot for an Ultimate tournament.
Due to the cancellation of the Smash World Tour 2022 Championships, a Melee and Ultimate supermajor planned for the following weekend, bracket registration was re-opened from November 29th-30th, 2022. All venue fees from then on were paid to Smash World Tour. Free venue was available for anyone who was registered for the Smash World Tour 2022 Championships and hadn't registered for Mainstage 2022.
Super Smash Bros. Melee singles
*DQ'd in Losers
Super Smash Bros. Melee doubles
Top 8 Bracket
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate singles
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate doubles
Top 8 Bracket
The Arcadian Finals
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The Arcadian Finals
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The Arcadian Last Chance Qualifier
- Ringler came on the brink of upsetting Leffen in Top 64, but would end up getting reverse 3-0'd after Leffen switched to Sheik in the third game.
- KoDoRiN became the second Marth player to defeat Axe in the post-quarantine era of Melee singles, following Zain's victory over him at Shine 2022.
- Interestingly, both players accomplished this with a reverse 3-0.
- Following a string of strong performances from the country at American tournaments, every single player from Japan competing in Ultimate singles was sent to loser's bracket before top 16, with all of them being eliminated by top 12.
- Nito and Marvelous_Marco entered as "Batman" and "Joker" respectively. Had Marvelous_Marco beaten Quandale Dinglelingleton in a Loser's side qualifying set of The Arcadian Last Chance Qualifier, both of them would have qualified through Loser's side.
- This is the first major tournament where both Melee and Ultimate singles featured an Ice Climbers player in Top 8 (SluG and Big D, respectively). Additionally, both SluG and Big D placed in the Top 4.
- After leaving Panda on the afternoon of the first day of the tournament, iBDW revealed a white T-shirt with "Free Agent" written in Sharpie in his Top 8 entrance.
- This tournament marks the first Melee major won by a solo Falco player in the post-Slippi era of Melee singles.
- "Dropping from the main bracket and participating in the Arcadian is not permitted.".
- Mainstage registration re-opened.
- Entered as "goblin deez"
- Entered as "Joker"
- Entered as "Batman"