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ProtoBanham wins Smash Ultimate Summit 5, MKLeo etches unwanted moment in history

ProtoBanham wins Smash Ultimate Summit 5 MKLeo etches unwanted moment in history

It was a great time to play. Super Smash Ultimate Summit was a complete blast and definitely one for the books. In this mega major the brand new Summit champion was named. The winner will be Naoto “ProtoBanham” Tsuji. A Lucina, a Min Min player from Japan.

Summit is always a Smashevent that is fun to enjoy because there are typically just top players fighting it out to determine who is the most effective. ProtoBanham was always an elite player and has recently won on the field in Double Down (over MKLeo) and JINGI 1 (over Tim). The last time, he took the entire tournament over Light.

The light was on the losing side of the tournament along with his teammate Kola and was sent to the top of the table after a 3-3 battle. His match against ProtoBanham ended in a rematch and ended and Light won 3-0, however, ProtoBanham retained some energy in him and pulled the victory 3-1, securing his debut Summit trophy.

Summit is always a Smashevent for fans to be watched because there are typically only top players fighting it out to determine who’s the best. ProtoBanham was always an elite player and has recently won on the field in Double Down (over MKLeo) and JINGI 1 (over Tim). The last time, he took the whole thing over Light.

Light came from the loser’s side of the tournament along with his teammate Kola who sent him to the finals after a 3-3 battle. His match against ProtoBanham ended in a rematch which ended and Light winning 3-0, however, ProtoBanham retained some energy in him and smashed his victory with a 3-1 margin to take home his first Summit trophy.

ProtoBanham wins Smash Ultimate Summit 5 MKLeo etches unwanted moment in history

Smash UltimateSummit 5, also broke records. The Summit is the second occasion during MKLeo’s Superstarcareer that he did not get to the top 8 of an event. The first was the Umebura Japan Major 2019, where he placed 33rd when he was still working on his Joker. Smash star Smash superstar finished 9th in this event after losing by Tweek, 3-1.

Following that, Tweek was defeated by Arcola The rising star from Japan who utilizes Steve. They then cruised to their Losers Semi-Final where he met his opponent, Light. It was a close set but Light was able to pull the set, winning 3-2.

This event was as good as the Summit The top players showed everyone how they could perform in the zone and several sets ended up in the last-minute game 5s. For many players, the Summit is also considered to be the best to the skill level and the chance to win.