DreamHack and Nintendo of Europe announce collaboration
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate European Circuit to Include Stops at DreamHack Winter, DreamHack Leipzig and DreamHack Summer
DreamHack is proud to announce a new collaboration with Nintendo of Europe, which has recently announced the new, competitive Super Smash Bros. Ultimate European Circuit. This new circuit is for players looking to prove their skills on the European stage and compete for the title of Europe’s best Super Smash Bros. Ultimate player. The tournament will take place during seven events around Europe — including DreamHack Winter, DreamHack Leipzig, and DreamHack Summer — culminating with a grand final. WATCH VIDEO
Players looking to prove their skills on the European stage and compete for the title of Europe’s best can also visit Nintendo of Europe’s new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament Portal to learn how to participate and view tournaments. Attending local tournaments is about much more than simply winning or losing — it’s also a great way for players to meet other competitors, improve their skills, and enjoy competitive multiplayer experiences.
For additional information, please visit:
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate European Circuit Tournament Portal
DreamHack Winter Super Smash Bros. Ultimate European Circuit News Post
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