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Tournament:Mazer Gaming Gives Back

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Mazer Gaming Gives Back
Dates May 15th, 2020
Attendance 518
Pot size(s) $2,500
Results
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate winners USA Epic_Gabriel
Staff
Director(s) Mazer Gaming

Mazer Gaming Gives Back was an online tournament held on May 15th, 2020.

Results[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

(518 entrants)
Top 64 Bracket
Top 8 Bracket

Place Name Character(s) Earnings
1st USA Epic_Gabriel ROBHeadSSBU.pngKenHeadSSBU.png $1,000
2nd Dominican Republic Sonix SonicHeadSSBU.png $500
3rd USA Kola RoyHeadSSBU.pngCloudHeadSSBU.png $375
4th USA Goblin RoyHeadSSBU.pngDonkeyKongHeadSSBU.pngCloudHeadSSBU.png $250
5th Mexico Maister MrGame&WatchHeadSSBU.pngHeroHeadSSBU.png $125
5th USA Wrath SonicHeadSSBU.png $125
7th USA Underdoc DrMarioHeadSSBU.png $62.50
7th Mexico Bestia IkeHeadSSBU.png $62.50
9th USA BestNess NessHeadSSBU.png
9th Canada Limee CloudHeadSSBU.png
9th Mexico Sparg0 CloudHeadSSBU.png
9th Mexico Ang ToonLinkHeadSSBU.png
13th Canada Blacktwins13 CloudHeadSSBU.pngMarioHeadSSBU.png
13th USA Ravenking IkeHeadSSBU.png
13th Guatemala ShinyMark FoxHeadSSBU.png
13th USA ZeroTwoNone ZeldaHeadSSBU.png
17th USA The6Master Pac-ManHeadSSBU.png
17th USA Chrininja BylethHeadSSBU.pngDaisyHeadSSBU.pngJokerHeadSSBU.png
17th USA Peabnut MegaManHeadSSBU.png
17th USA Cosmos InklingHeadSSBU.png
17th USA Mekos LucasHeadSSBU.png
17th USA SandwichInMyCloset BayonettaHeadSSBU.png
17th USA Grayson ROBHeadSSBU.png
17th USA LingLing PeachHeadSSBU.png

Hyuga controversy[edit]

After his set with Goblin, it was discovered that Hyuga was participating in the tournament under the tag "Agente 7." As a result, Cagt and Mazer Gaming decided to disqualify him. This caused some controversy, with some stating that since Hyuga was playing from his home he wasn't a threat to anyone, while others supporting the decision, stating that it sets a precedent to show that offenders shouldn't be easily welcomed back into the community. [1]

Contrary to popular belief, Hyuga's participation under "Agente 7" was not to avoid being noticed, but was an inside joke alongside several other top Mexican smashers who are referred to or changed their tags to an "Agente," such as Javi becoming "Agente 1", Nair^ becoming "Agente 4" and Maister becoming "Agente 9"." [2]

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