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Tournament:SEA Major 2019

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SEA Major Singapore 2019
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Dates October 12th-13th, 2019
Venue Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre
Address/City 1 Raffles Blvd, Suntec City
Singapore Singapore
Attendance 116
Pot size(s) Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: S$1,200
Results
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate winners Australia Sriks 1v1
Australia Sriks & Australia Pudge 2v2
Staff
Director(s) JonneLyonne

South East Asia Major 2019 (commonly referred to as SEA Major 2019 or SEAM 2019) is an annual tournament held by BEast of the East in Southeast Asia. The Ultimate event was hosted by JonneLyonne and was held inside Suntec City's Convention & Exhibition Center. This was notably the biggest Super Smash Bros Ultimate tournament in Singapore, crossing 100 entrants and having players from 14 different countries in attendance. Toph was invited as a guest commentator alongside Vish and HugS.

Results[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate singles[edit]

(112 entrants)
Top 16 Bracket
Top 4 Bracket

Place Name Character(s) Earnings
1st Australia Sriks RoyHeadSSBU.pngChromHeadSSBU.png S$488
2nd China TeeJ MegaManHeadSSBU.png S$175
3rd Singapore Terrarian Pac-ManHeadSSBU.png S$113
4th Philippines PSI Force NessHeadSSBU.png S$50
5th New Zealand KFC LucinaHeadSSBU.png S$50
5th USA HugS MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png S$50
7th Singapore Kyeean InklingHeadSSBU.png
7th Philippines CHEESE PichuHeadSSBU.png
9th USA xRed PalutenaHeadSSBU.png
9th Singapore TechNo GreninjaHeadSSBU.pngSheikHeadSSBU.png
9th Canada ToasterofGod SamusHeadSSBU.png
9th Singapore Skullkid YoshiHeadSSBU.png
13th Singapore Einstro FalcoHeadSSBU.pngBowserHeadSSBU.png
13th Singapore ThunderArmads GreninjaHeadSSBU.pngMetaKnightHeadSSBU.png
13th Singapore GUNKMAN KingDededeHeadSSBU.png
13th Singapore Cobblemaniac KirbyHeadSSBU.pngWolfHeadSSBU.png

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate doubles[edit]

(29 teams)
Top 4 Bracket

Place Name Character(s) Name Character(s) Earnings
1st Australia Sriks ChromHeadSSBU.png Australia Pudge PokémonTrainerHeadSSBU.png S$158 (S$79 each)
2nd Singapore Don't InklingHeadSSBU.png Singapore Terrarian Pac-ManHeadSSBU.png S$45 (S$22.50 each)
3rd Singapore RedBeanPorridge ZeldaHeadSSBU.png Singapore GUNKMAN KingDededeHeadSSBU.png S$23 (S$11.50 each)
4th Philippines Godz YoshiHeadSSBU.png Philippines CHEESE ChromHeadSSBU.png
5th Philippines PSI Force NessHeadSSBU.png Philippines DJLive YoshiHeadSSBU.png
5th Indonesia Durameter NessHeadSSBU.png Indonesia KFC MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png
7th Singapore Techno JokerHeadSSBU.png Singapore Delve HeroHeadSSBU.png
7th Singapore nicholades KingDededeHeadSSBU.png Singapore Einstro Banjo&KazooieHeadSSBU.png
9th Singapore Kyeean HeroHeadSSBU.png Singapore MarMar HeroHeadSSBU.png
9th Singapore KORA LucinaHeadSSBU.png Singapore Mania JokerHeadSSBU.png
9th Singapore THIANN LucarioHeadSSBU.png Singapore InKognito WolfHeadSSBU.png
9th Singapore ThunderArmads MetaKnightHeadSSBU.png Singapore RayofCannon BowserJrHeadSSBU.png
13th India LionHeart GanondorfHeadSSBU.png India qwertz143 IsabelleHeadSSBU.png
13th Singapore woahwoah MrGame&WatchHeadSSBU.png Singapore Usyless BowserHeadSSBU.png
13th Singapore Skullkid YoshiHeadSSBU.png Singapore Rukalio LucarioHeadSSBU.png
13th Singapore ThePoroKid ChromHeadSSBU.png Singapore NightBoiix LucinaHeadSSBU.png

Trivia[edit]

  • SEA Major had 14 countries in attendance, 34 visiting players and 116 total participants between both singles and doubles brackets.
    • In addition, SEA Major 2019 is tied with Smash Factor 8 with having the most diverse top 8 among Ultimate tournaments with over 100 entrants, with 6 countries: Australia, China, Singapore, the Philippines, New Zealand, and the United States.
  • SEA Major made Singapore the 38th country in the world to have hosted a Ultimate tournament with over 100 participants.
  • This was the first international tournament for qwertz143 and LionHeart who placed 65th and 33rd in Ultimate singles respectively.
  • SEA Major was a homecoming tournament for Sriks, who started his Smash career in Singapore before moving to Australia.

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