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Tournament:SWT: Central America Ultimate Regional Finals

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SWT: Central America Ultimate Regional Finals
Dates August 21st-22nd, 2021
Venue unknown
Address/City Mexico Mexico
Attendance 16
Pot size(s) $5,000
Results
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate winners Mexico MkLeo
Staff
Director(s) VGBootCamp, Colossel

SWT: Central America Ultimate Regional Finals was the second Super Smash Bros. Ultimate final for Phase Two of the Smash World Tour 2021. The eight players who qualified through the SWT: Mexico Ultimate Online Qualifier and the eight players who qualified through the SWT: Central America South Ultimate Online Qualifier were invited to this tournament. The top 6 players qualified for the Smash World Tour 2021 Championships. The tournament was the first offline event of the Smash World Tour 2021.

Players qualified[edit]

The top 6 finishers at SWT: Mexico Ultimate Online Qualifier qualified:

The top 6 finishers at SWT: Central America South Ultimate Online Qualifier qualified:

The top 2 finishers at SWT: Mexico Ultimate Online Qualifier Last Chance Qualifiers qualified:

The top 2 finishers at SWT: Central America South Ultimate Online Qualifier Last Chance Qualifiers qualified:

*As Echofire, Tuitt, and Wolfen were unable to attend the tournament, they were replaced with Dominican Republic 0mart, Mexico WaKa, and Mexico BigBoss.[1][2]

Results[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate singles[edit]

(16 entrants)
Championship Bracket

Place Name Character(s) Earnings
1st Mexico MkLeo BylethHeadSSBU.pngPyraMythraHeadSSBU.pngJokerHeadSSBU.png $1,600
2nd Mexico Maister MrGame&WatchHeadSSBU.png $800
3rd Dominican Republic Sonix SonicHeadSSBU.png $600
4th Mexico Cloudy PyraMythraHeadSSBU.pngRoyHeadSSBU.pngJokerHeadSSBU.png $400
5th Costa Rica Yei MetaKnightHeadSSBU.pngPalutenaHeadSSBU.pngLucinaHeadSSBU.pngSephiroth's stock icon.FalcoHeadSSBU.png $200
6th* Mexico Sparg0 PyraMythraHeadSSBU.pngCloudHeadSSBU.png $200
7th Dominican Republic Capitancito MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png $150
7th Guatemala ShinyMark PikachuHeadSSBU.png $150
9th Dominican Republic 0mart SnakeHeadSSBU.png $125
9th Mexico WaKa LuigiHeadSSBU.png $125
9th Mexico BigBoss ROBHeadSSBU.png $125
9th Mexico Nair^ RidleyHeadSSBU.pngHeroHeadSSBU.png $125
13th Costa Rica Mtkat PalutenaHeadSSBU.png $100
13th Mexico Chag PalutenaHeadSSBU.png $100
13th Mexico Andrik CaptainFalconHeadSSBU.png $100
13th Mexico AlanDiss SnakeHeadSSBU.png $100

*DQ'd from tiebreaker.

Pause controversy[edit]

Near the end of the winner's quarter-finals set between Maister and Sonix, Sonix accidentally paused during the fourth game. Although Sonix had to forfeit a stock, he would still win the game, and subsequently the set. Following the match, the legitimacy of the set was questioned; some believed the pause killed Maister's momentum and thus decreased his chances of winning, while others argued that the stock forfeit didn't change the match outcome as Maister was already at a high percent and on his last stock. Nevertheless, players wondered why pausing was not turned off, as tournaments tend to disable pausing.

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