The European Smash Ranking has rated the top 50 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players in Europe. The list was revealed by the SmashResultsEU Twitter account from March 16 – 20.

For this ranking, the season lasted from Jan. 3, 2019 – Jan. 13, 2020. The ranking season was bookended by Valhalla II and Valhalla III. In total, the rankings team considered 130 tournaments across 16 countries.

The European Smash Ranking is as follows:

  1. William “Glutonny” Belaid
  2. Marcel “quiK” Romagnuolo
  3. Alain “Space” B.
  4. Ramin “Mr. R” Delshad
  5. Mehrdad “Meru” Mehrafar
  6. Bart “S1” Ploegmakers
  7. Thomas “Oryon” Scalese
  8. Mehdi “Flow” Zidany
  9. Viktor “Light” Strohmeier
  10. Cédric “Homika” C.
  11. Khang “Tru4” Tran
  12. Sem “Supahsemmie” J.
  13. Mohammed “Elexiao” C.
  14. Tarik Fayazi
  15. Dennis “iStudying” Kwarteng
  16. Hugo “Lancelot” Hujala
  17. Sam “Scr7” Jones
  18. Dylan “Jeda” A.
  19. Grégori “PeW” Chapet
  20. Luis “LuiS” Silva
  21. Jonas “Sirjon” Scharnetzki
  22. Robin “RobinGG” Gronau
  23. James “Peli” Hunt
  24. Habib “Greil” Trabelsi
  25. Lukas “Yetey” H.
  26. Germaine “CurryGovernor” Hatton
  27. Hoang “Longo” Gia Long
  28. Nassim “Leon” Laib
  29. Javier “MVL” Ureña Marco
  30. Yves “Young Eevey” du Long
  31. Steffan “Streakz” Noel
  32. Robin “DarkThunder” Kurzke
  33. Rayane “Ogey” Noubi
  34. Ufuk “cyve” Fidan
  35. Lars “ShuC” de Jonge
  36. Marc “TriM” W.
  37. Jared “Antireflex” Geerman
  38. Lukas “Lucky” Cichon
  39. Ismaël “Otakuni” Diakité
  40. Hugo “Tag” Tagliero
  41. Marlon “Whoophee” Ryan
  42. Kevin “Rage” B.
  43. Vincent “VinS” Goosens
  44. Patrick “Patrino” Volwater
  45. Mallory “Maeda” Fontaine
  46. Dany “Griffith” Mellia
  47. Soner “Azrael” Morina
  48. Herman “Loading…” Schröer
  49. Gerard “Greward” Lladó
  50. Deon Litchmore

Honorable Mentions:

  • William “Leffen” Hjelte
  • Adam “Armada” Lindgren
  • Kevin “Tsuna” Kapahnke

European Smash Ranking

As No. 8 in the world, it’s no surprise that Glutonny finished as No. 1 on the European Smash Ranking. Glutonny placed 1st at every European major he attended besides VCA 2019 and Ultimate Fighting Arena 2019. He only lost these tournaments because Leonardo “MkLeo” Lopez Perez was in attendance, meaning no one in Europe could stop him. Glutonny boasts wins over MkLeo, Samuel “Dabuz” Buzby, Shuto “Shuton” Moriya, Ishiguro “Raito” Tetsuya, and Yuta “Abadango” Kawamura.

In recent months, quiK has made a case for himself as one of the best Samus players in the world. He has taken multiple sets off of Glutonny, a feat few European players have accomplished. Outside of Europe, quiK has defeated players like Ezra Samsora Morris, Kengo “KEN” Suzuki, and Saleem “Salem” Young.

Space has made incredible strides, becoming No. 1 in the Netherlands and No. 3 on the European Smash Ranking. His best performance by far was at Ultimate Fighting Arena 2019. There, he defeated Oryon, Glutonny, and Takuto “Kameme” Ono en route to 4th place.

France, the Netherlands, and Germany clearly dominate the European Smash Ranking. The top 50 includes 16 French players, 12 Dutch players, and 10 German players. Not only do these regions dominate in the quantity of players, but also in the quality of their ranks. Every single member of the top 15 is from one of these three countries.

Dylan Tate
Dylan Tate is a student in the Hussman School of Journalism and Media at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is a gaming journalist with a love for Nintendo esports, including Smash Bros., Splatoon, ARMS, and Pokémon. Dylan also writes Nintendo news articles for Nintendo Enthusiast.

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