Tournament:Smash Summit (series)
The Smash Summit series, starting with Smash Summit in 2015, is a series of invitationals focusing on Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Typically, a Summit features 16 players and spans several days, with singles and doubles on the final days. The first days feature various side events focusing on its main Smash game as well as other games, in addition to other activities (such as Mafia), all of which is streamed.
In Smash Summit, Smash Summit 2, Smash Summit 3, and Smash Summit Spring 2017, 10 players were chosen by the Summit team, and the remaining six were voted in by the public. In Smash Summit 5 and Smash Summit 6, 8 players were invited in, 2 made it through qualifiers, and 6 were voted in. In Smash Summit 7 and Smash Summit 8, 8 players were invited in, 3 made it through qualifiers, and 5 were voted in. At Smash Summit 9, 8 players were invited in, 5 made it through qualifiers, and 5 were voted in, making it the first time a Smash Summit having 18 players instead of 16. Smash Summit 10 Online was held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 19 players made it through qualifiers and 1 player was invited.
A summit for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate was held on March 8th-10th, 2019, the first Smash Summit outside of Melee. In Smash Ultimate Summit, 6 players were invited in, 5 made it in through qualifiers, and 5 were voted in. At Smash Ultimate Summit 2, only 2 players were invited in, 9 made it through qualifiers, and 5 were voted in.
Twelve Summits have taken place so far (ten for Melee and two for Ultimate). Smash Summit 11 is planned for Melee on July 15th-18th, 2021. Smash Ultimate Summit 3 is planned for Ultimate in 2021. A crossover Summit between the two games was initially planned for 2020, but it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Melee singles winners
Melee Doubles Winners
Ultimate singles winners