This weekend saw the conclusion of Smash Ultimate Summit 5. The tournament’s lineup comprised almost all of this year’s major winners. However, the results were unexpected. The Smash Ultimate Summit 5 results included a milestone finish for MKLeo as well as a new major winner.
ProtoBanham won the competition by a landslide. Light, on the other hand, had a fantastic weekend. ProtoBanham is a Japanese player who has recently been mixing in Min Min, a more unusual choice for high-tier Smash. This is how it all happened, and why the Smash Ultimate Summit 5 outcomes were so unexpected.
THE 5TH SMASH ULTIMATE SUMMIT RESULT WAS CRAZY
The Smash Ultimate Summit 5 final results were surprising right from the off of the finals bracket. This is where the first major upset came. MKleo, who has been dominating this year failed to place top 8. He came in through the losers’ bracket. While he beat Myran, he lost out to Tweek in the second round. This is only the second time the player has missed the top 8. He came in 9-12th in the final results.
Sparg0 also had his return to Smash after an absence at Smash Ultimate Summit 5. The player placed well but ultimately lost out to Glutonny in the third round of the Loser’s bracket, after dropping from winners to ProtoBanham.
MKLeo failing to make the top 8 is a surprising result. The roster was stacked. However, the player’s results were unexpected. Although, twice so far isn’t too bad for MKLeo’s record.
ProtoBanham and Kola squared off in the opening match of the championship bracket. ProtoBanham fell behind in these first two rounds before regaining the upper hand and winning to advance. Right away, the Grand Finals were reached. In the losers bracket, Light began his journey. He triumphed with Fox over acola, defeating the event’s top-ranked Steve player. After that, they defeated Kola handily in the Loser’s Finals.