Spring 2019 PGRU ranks top 50 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players

Spring 2019 PGRU ranks top 50 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players

From July 22 to Aug. 1, PGStats ranked the top 50 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players in the world. Unlike the MPGR, the Spring 2019 PGRU was decided by an algorithm designed by Andrew “PracticalTAS” Nestico. The algorithm ranked players based on their wins, losses, and placements at tournaments from Feb. 1 through July 7. The rankings also include an honorable mentions list known as Area 51. The Spring 2019 PGRU is as follows:

  1. Leonardo “MkLeo” Perez
  2. Gavin “Tweek” Dempsey
  3. Tyler “Marss” Martins
  4. Ezra “Samsora” Morris
  5. Shuto “Shuton” Moriya
  6. Elliot “Ally” Carroza-Oyarce
  7. Samuel “Dabuz” Buzby
  8. Nairoby “Nairo” Quezada
  9. James “VoiD” Makekau-Tyson
  10. Paris “Light” Ramirez
  11. Brian “Cosmos” Kalu
  12. Sota “Zackray” Okada
  13. Robert “Myran” Herrin
  14. William “Glutonny” Belaid
  15. Takuma “Tea” Hirooka
  16. Eric “ESAM” Lew
  17. Jestise “MVD” Negron
  18. James “Rivers” Wade
  19. Takuto “Kameme” Ono
  20. Ishiguro “Raito” Tetsuya
  21. Justin “Wishes” Magnetti
  22. Saleem “Salem” Young
  23. “ProtoBanham”
  24. Chris “WaDi” Boston
  25. Ricardo “Sinji” Mathison
  26. Tyrell “NAKAT” Coleman
  27. Antony “MuteAce” Hoo
  28. Troy “Puppeh” Wells
  29. Guillermo “Stroder” Martinez Jr.
  30. “Lea”
  31. Rasheen “Dark Wizzy” Rose
  32. Zack “CaptainZack” Lauth
  33. Dacota “Ryuga” James
  34. Yatiyaña “yeti” Schaper
  35. David “LeoN” Leon
  36. Ramin “Mr. R” Delshad
  37. Pedro “Prodigy” Alonso
  38. Eric “Mr E” Weber
  39. Alexis “Goblin” Stennett
  40. Yuta “Abadango” Kawamura
  41. Andrew “ScAtt” Huntley
  42. Shimizu “Umeki” Masaki
  43. Marcus “The Great Gonzales” Culbert
  44. Tsubasa “Tsu” Takuma
  45. Yuta “Nietono” Uejima
  46. Jake “Frozen” Somma
  47. Isami “T” Ikeda
  48. Griffin “Fatality” Miller
  49. Jon Suarez
  50. Landon “Captain L” Trybuch
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The Spring 2019 PGRU

MkLeo convincingly achieved 1st on the inaugural Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Spring 2019 PGRU. Though he faced close competition from Tweek early in the season, MkLeo had dominant results in the latter portion. Going forward, MkLeo will be the player to dethrone in Smash Ultimate. However, he has not shown the same level of dominance as Gonzalo “ZeRo” Barrios did in Smash 4.

Despite his recent controversy and ban, Ally still appeared on the Spring 2019 PGRU. However, the top 10 reveal video did not show clips of his combos as it did for other players. Similarly, he did not receive a graphic in the reveal article. Instead, the reveal article just listed his tournament results from the season.

Many of the players on this list were never ranked on a PGR for Smash 4. As a result, their appearance on the Spring 2019 PGRU marks their top 50 debut for Super Smash Bros. These players are: Zackray, Glutonny, Tea, Wishes, ProtoBanham, MuteAce, Puppeh, Stroder, Lea, Dark Wizzy, yeti, LeoN, Prodigy, Goblin, Umeki, The Great Gonzales, Frozen, and Suarez.


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