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Tournament:Snosa III

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Snosa III
Snosa III Logo for a SoCal tournament in 2017 by Los Angeles Smash Tournaments.
Dates June 17th-18th, 2017
Venue eSports Arena
Address/City 120 W 5th St
Santa Ana, CA USA
Attendance 101
Entry fees Venue: $35
Late Venue fee: $40
Singles: $10
Doubles: $10 per team
YOLO: Free
Pot size(s) TBD for singles and doubles
TBD YOLO
Results
Super Smash Bros. winners Japan Fukurou 1v1
USA Isai & Japan Gyaki 2v2
USA Time Machine 1v1 YOLO
Staff
Director(s) Team LAS , Wookiee, Shears and SotoH

Snosa III was a Smash 64 tournament in Santa Ana, California, run by Team LAS. It was based off an original tournament Smash of Ages 2015 and was the follow up tournament to Snosa II. The venue was moved from No Future Cafe to the eSports Arena for more room and coverage. The rules were changed from 5 stocks to 4 stocks and an 8 Minute time limit. The side events included an eSports bar Salty Suite and a YOLO tournament, a format where a random character is locked throughout the tournament with random stages, items on high and one stock in a single elimination bracket.

Results[edit]

Super Smash Bros. singles[edit]

(101 entrants)
Top 16 Bracket

Place Name Character(s) Earnings
1st Japan Fukurou Kirby's head icon from SSB.
2nd Mexico Mariguas Pikachu's head icon from SSB.Kirby's head icon from SSB.
3rd USA Zero C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.
4th Mexico Dext3r Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
5th Japan Gyaki Link's head icon from SSB.
6th USA Isai Fox's head icon from SSB.
7th Japan Hiyo Yoshi's head icon from SSB.
8th USA Heropie Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
9th USA BarkSanchez Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
9th USA DTan Kirby's head icon from SSB.
9th USA Kimimaru Mario's head icon from SSB.
9th Mexico JaimeHR C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.
13th USA Janitor C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.Fox's head icon from SSB.Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
13th USA hydra Mario's head icon from SSB.
13th USA cobr C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.Kirby's head icon from SSB.
13th USA CTG Jigglypuff's head icon from SSB.
17th USA Blondekid Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
17th USA D35 Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
17th USA Madrush21 C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.
17th USA NaCl Kirby's head icon from SSB.
17th USA Darkhorse C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.
17th USA Shears Pikachu's head icon from SSB.Yoshi's head icon from SSB.
17th USA Wookiee Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
17th USA Freean Luigi's head icon from SSB.

Super Smash Bros. doubles[edit]

(35 teams)
Bracket

Place Name Character(s) Name Character(s) Earnings
1st USA Isai Pikachu's head icon from SSB. Japan Gyaki Link's head icon from SSB.Pikachu's head icon from SSB.Luigi's head icon from SSB.
2nd Japan Hiyo Pikachu's head icon from SSB. Japan Fukurou Kirby's head icon from SSB.Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
3rd Mexico JaimeHR Pikachu's head icon from SSB.Samus's head icon from SSB. USA Heropie Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
4th USA Hydra Mario's head icon from SSB. USA Kimimaru Mario's head icon from SSB.
5th Mexico Mariguas Pikachu's head icon from SSB.Kirby's head icon from SSB. USA Dext3r Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
6th USA Madrush21 Pikachu's head icon from SSB. USA DTan Kirby's head icon from SSB.
7th USA Darkhorse Kirby's head icon from SSB. USA BarkSanchez Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
8th USA Janitor C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.Pikachu's head icon from SSB. USA Zero C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.Pikachu's head icon from SSB.

Super Smash Bros. singles YOLO[edit]

(82 entrants)
Bracket

Place Name Character(s)
1st USA Time Machine C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.
2nd USA Zero DK's head icon from SSB.
3rd USA NaCl Yoshi's head icon from SSB.
3rd USA VibErant Luigi's head icon from SSB.

Trivia[edit]

  • Through contributions and 64 league merchandise purchases [1], international 64 smashers Mariguas, Gyaki, Dext3r, Hiyo and Fukurou were funded to attend the tournament.
  • Donation goals were also met for Waterfall Bracket (WTF for short) where a non-elimination round robin is used to create a separate division bracket based on the round robin performance. Starting with the lowest division having top 2 winners move up to the next division until the final "elite" division is played to win the entire tournament. [2]

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