Wi-Fi Warrior Rank v3
The Wi-Fi Warrior Rank v3 lists the best smashers for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's online competitive scene for the first half of 2019.
The WWRv3's presentation remains the same as the WWRv2, maintaining the Area 51 and X-Factor ratings. However, the structure of the WWRv3 had some major changes. Firstly, weeklies were no longer counted for the rankings. Only "majors", which were tournaments that occurred on at least a monthly basis, would be counted. Secondly, the WWR was made open-entry, and any tournament could be eligible for the rankings, not just the ones hosted by the major series. The only criteria for being included were that the WWR team must have been notified two weeks before the tournament started, and the tournament must have reached C-tier status at least one week before it started. Lastly, Naifu Wars was once again included in the ranking, with the stipulation that only the first Naifu Wars of each month would be counted, as long as it was open-entry.
Tournament Tier System
The WWRv3's Tournament Tier System (TTS) was made public this time, with each tournament receiving a tier rating based on either its total entrant count or the amount of WWR-ranked players who attended the tournament. For the first half of the season, the amount of players on the WWRv2 was counted, but in the second half, this was switched to the in-progress WWRv3 top 50 to keep up with the new meta of Smash Ultimate as best as possible.
The full TTS spreadsheet can be found here.
X-Factor adjusted rankings (subjective)