|Dates||August 25th-27th, 2017|
|Venue||Seaport World Trade Center|
|Address/City||200 Seaport Blvd|
|Entry fees||Melee singles: $10|
Melee doubles: $10
Melee crew: $5
Smash 4 singles: $10
Smash 4 doubles: $10
Smash 4 crew: $5
Smash 64 singles: $10
Smash 64 doubles: $10
Early venue: $50
Late venue: $80
|winners|| Wizzrobe 1v1|
Wizzrobe & Alvin 2v2
|winners|| Hungrybox 1v1|
SFAT & PewPewU 2v2
|winners|| ZeRo 1v1|
MkLeo & komorikiri 2v2
|Director(s)||MattDotZeb, Rorec, Big Blue eSports|
Shine 2017 was a national tournament for Super Smash Bros., Super Smash Bros. Melee, and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U that occurred from August 25th-27th, 2017. The tournament was announced on December 20th, 2016 by Big Blue eSports via Twitch. On January 23rd, 2017, the Shine 2017 team released a trailer for the upcoming tournament.
Shine was the first major to utilize the Universal Controller Fix (UCF) mod for Melee in tournament play.
Smash 64 singles
Smash 64 doubles
Single Pika Kirby Doubles Ruleset was used, where double Pikachu, double Kirby, and Pikachu/Kirby teams were banned.
Top 8 bracket
Top 48 bracket
Smash Wii U singles
Top 48 Bracket
Top 8 Bracket
|33rd||The Great Gonzales|
Smash Wii U doubles
Project M singles
Top 16 Bracket
|1st||Defeat the Norcals||Crush||Plup||Westballz||Swedish Delight||MacD|
|2nd||NorCal A Team||SFAT||PewPewU||Shroomed||Nintendude||dizzkidboogie|
|3rd||prince abu fan club||Chillin||Junebug||Drunksloth||lloD||Rishi|
There were several points of contention during the Melee singles events. At the beginning of Shroomed vs. Mew2King, which was a Sheik ditto, both players agreed to not chaingrab one another as per Gentleman's rule. However, once Mew2King was down 2-1 in the set, he told Shroomed he wanted to start chaingrabbing again. While this was technically legal by the ruleset, it did result in some controversy about whether or not this was good sportsmanship.
During top 8, it was found that ChuDat vs. Leffen (which Chu won 3-2) was initially played with the UCF mod off. The TOs made both players agree to replay the set, and it was replayed after Mango vs. Plup. Leffen ended up winning the replay 3-2. This led to disputes about whether the replay should have been allowed, as many top players have noted their disapproval of the decision. In addition, many players noted the problem in allowing players to make tournament-changing decisions. 
Chillin had also been DQ'd from his pool, after failure by Shine TOs to notify a change in schedule.
- With Wizzrobe winning Smash 64 singles, this is the first American major that Yoshi has won.
- Qerb, a Game & Watch player, was given free flight and lodging to Shine 2017 after winning Comboed on Flight 5.
- ^ Big Blue Esports Reveals Shine 2017 Dates. Smashboards forums. Retrieved 2017-1-23.
- ^ Shine 2017 Trailer Released; Registration Open. Smashboards forums. Retrieved 2017-1-23.
- ^ https://twitter.com/TSM_Leffen/status/901952228885397506
- ^ https://twitter.com/LiquidChu/status/901964613272698882
- ^ Shine confirms rematch between Chudat and Leffen
- ^ Leffen's POV of the set
|Shine 2016 · Shine 2017 · Shine 2018 · Shine 2019 · Shine 2022|
|SSB64 Main League Circuit|
|2017||GENESIS 4 · Let's Go! · Smash 'N' Splash 3 · Snosa III · Super Smash Con 2017 · Shine 2017|