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More photos from our tournaments on our Facebook page!

  1. Mark0632poo
    1st Place - Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Tournament - November 9, 2017
  2. Mikey From the Front Row
    Mikey From the Front Row
    1st Place - WWE2K18 Tournament hosted by Pro Wrestling Magic
  3. Blackout
    2nd Place - WWE2K18 Tournament hosted by Pro Wrestling Magic
  4. xxsheikmaster420xx
    1st Place - Super Smash Bros. Wii U Tournament - December 17, 2017
  5. Oreo123
    1st Place - Madden NFL 18 Tournament - January 28, 2018
  6. Darkside Hazuki
    Darkside Hazuki
    1st Place - Injustice 2 Tournament - March 10, 2018
  7. Cody
    1st Place - BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Tournament - July 21, 2018


Thank you to everyone who attended our Fight Against Cancer Smash Tournament on March 16! We are so grateful for your support and your kindness in donating toward The American Cancer Society. We will be hosting more fundraising events in the future. In the meantime, please stay tuned to our website and social media for future dates.

Our March 23 event will be a Doubles Tournament, so try and find your partner beforehand. Regarding pre-registration for Doubles, you or your partner will need to call and put down both your names. There are still spots open for your team, so call 201-267-6332 to pre-register. If you try to pre-register on third party sites such as, SmashBoards, or wherever else we post our tournament, it will not count.

Pre-registered players must show up on tournament day before 2:50pm for check-in. If you arrive after 2:50pm, your pre-registration will be cancelled. No exceptions. Please plan ahead for any traffic.

We will have a Waitlist on tournament day. Walk-ins are welcome to sign up on the waitlist, starting at 2PM. If a player who pre-registered does not arrive before 2:50PM, he/she will be bumped for a walk-in player on the waitlist.

Visit here to view the last tournament's bracket.

  1. Managing Director

Click below to download the rules for our 2 VS. 2 Doubles Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament or read them down below.

2vs2, Double Elimination Tournament Registration Information
Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 3:00PM

Pre-Registered Competitors MUST arrive before 2:50PM on Tournament day to claim your spot.
If you are late, your registration will be cancelled. No exceptions. Please plan ahead for any traffic.

Those who pre-registered will be given priority at sign-ups. However, we will have a waitlist ready for Walk-In players who choose to stay and try his/her luck of getting into the tournament. Should any spots open up due to pre-registered players being tardy, we will begin open registration for those on the waitlist.

Venue/Entry Information:
- $5 Venue Fee, $5 Entry Fee Per Person (Entry Fee will be put into the prizing pool!).
- $2 Discount to Venue Fee if we may use your Adapter, Switch, and/or game! $5 discount if it is a full set up!

1st Place Team: 70% of Entry Fees
2nd Place Team: 30% of Entry Fees

Controller Information:
- GameCube controllers will be available to rent for an additional $2. Limited quantity.
- All controllers are permitted unless they produce an undue advantage compared to an original Switch or GameCube controller (such as an AutoFire button). If you are unsure please speak to a Tournament Official. This rule also applies to other peripherals.
- We highly suggest that all wireless controllers have USB cables.
- We also highly suggest that players use wired controllers so transition between matches moves more smoothly. If you drop out please make sure your controller does not cause any interference.
- Players are expected to come with fully charged controllers if they are wireless. You can charge your controllers on the Switches but please note that you would be fully liable for them.

Rules/Settings In-Game:
- Sets will be Best of 3 battles, Grand Finals all being Best of 5
- Remember that this is double elimination - your team will be dropped out of the tournament if you lose 2 sets!

In-game ruleset:
- Stock: 3 Lives
- Time: 8 minutes
- Pause will be disabled.
- Score Display: On
- Final Smash Meter: Off
- Items: Banned
- Team Attack (Friendly Fire): On

Additional Rules:
- Mii Fighters:
Mii Fighters are allowed in all variations. Players that make Mii Fighters have a maximum of 2 minutes to create their movesets and cannot change those movesets in between matches. The reason for this is not to waste time on creating multiple movepools. This rule may change in the future.

- Sudden Death:
If a game goes to Sudden Death, the winning team is determined by combined stocks and percentage at the time the game ends. If both teams are tied in stocks, the team with the lower combined percentage is the winner. In the event of a percentage tie, or a game in which both teams lose their last stock simultaneously, a 1-stock per player tiebreaker will be played with a 5-minute time limit.

- Tardiness:
If a team is 10 minutes late for a set, that team will receive an automatic disqualification.

- Collusion:
Players suspected of collusion will be disqualified from the tournament and possible future tournaments, as well as receive no refund and no payout from the event. This includes intentionally throwing a game, pot splitting, or committing any form of bracket manipulation.

- Gentlemen Agreements:
No gentlemen agreements allowed. Players must adhere to tournament rules. If players are unsure on a rule interpretation, they are responsible for asking a Tournament Official for clarification. If players are playing a match that are not in accordance to the venue's rules, both players are subject to a game loss and/or disqualification.

- Spirit of the Game:
Players must abide by the Spirit of the Game (no pun intended). Players are expected to show good sportsmanship to other competitors. We do not wish to ever to make this an unwelcome venue to any player!

- Final Rules:
Tournament Officials reserve the right to adjust tournament rules at their own discretion or to enact others during the event. If any violation of our rules is deemed intentional/deliberate or severe, or if we see any form of other types of cheating, we will require offending player(s) to leave venue without refund and no payout. Any disqualification, no matter the severity, will mean no refund and no payout.

Stage List: (Hazards OFF)
Starter Stages

**Final Destination**
Pokémon Stadium 2
Town & City

Counterpick Stages
Lylat Cruise
Kalos Pokémon League
Unova Pokémon League
Yoshi’s Island (Brawl)
Yoshi’s Story


Arena Ferox
Castle Siege
Delfino Plaza
Dream Land
Final Destination
Frigate Orpheum
Great Plateau Tower
Kalos Pokémon League
Kongo Falls
Kongo Jungle
Lylat Cruise
Moray Towers

New Donk City Hall
Peach’s Castle
Pokémon Stadium
Pokémon Stadium 2
Reset Bomb Forest
Super Happy Tree
Suzaku Castle
Town & City
Umbra Clock Tower
Unova Pokémon League
Yoshi’s Island (Brawl)
Yoshi’s Story

- Teams must stage strike! Players play a best-of-1 Rock-Paper-Scissors, and winner may choose to either strike first or strike second. Stages are stuck in a P1-P2-P2-P1 order. Players may strike from the legal stages (each person strikes stages in a P1-P2-P2-P1 format) to determine the starting stage for the first game. If Battlefield or Final Destination, a mutually-agreed upon variant can be used, though if players do not agree the default is played.

- Omega variations of the stages are allowed when a team counterpicks either Battlefield or Final Destination respectively.

- A team may not pick any stage they previously won on during the set.

- Winning team must ban one stage of their choosing.

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