Summer 2019 MPGR ranks top 50 Super Smash Bros. Melee players

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From July 23 – August 2, PGStats ranked the top 50 Super Smash Bros. Melee players in the world. Panelists ranked Melee players on the Summer 2019 MPGR based on their performances throughout the season, which lasted from December 17, 2018 – June 30, 2019. This marks Super Smash Bros. Melee’s third ranking season under the MPGR brand.

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The Summer 2019 MPGR is as follows:

  1. Juan “Hungrybox” DeBiedma
  2. Justin “Wizzrobe” Hallett
  3. Jeffrey “Axe” Williamson
  4. William “Leffen” Hjelte
  5. Joseph “Mang0” Marquez
  6. Zain Naghmi
  7. Justin “Plup” McGrath
  8. Masaya “aMSa” Chikamoto
  9. Johnny “S2J” Kim
  10. Cody “iBDW” Schwab
  11. Zachary “SFAT” Cordoni
  12. Álvaro “Trif” García Moral
  13. James “Swedish Delight” Liu
  14. Kurtis “moky” Pratt
  15. Shephard “Fiction” Lima
  16. Kevin “PewPewU” Toy
  17. Griffin “Captain Faceroll” Williams
  18. Avery “Ginger” Wilson
  19. James “Duck” Ma
  20. Connor “Bananas” Lamb
  21. Kalindi “KJH” Henderson
  22. Jason “Gahtzu” Diehl
  23. Joey “Lucky” Aldama
  24. Armand “ARMY” Del Duca
  25. Aziz “Hax” Al-Yami
  26. Weston “Westballz” Dennis
  27. Juan “Medz” Garcia
  28. Daniel “ChuDat” Rodriguez
  29. Edgard “n0ne” Sheleby
  30. DaJuan “Shroomed” McDaniel
  31. Michael “MikeHaze” Pulido
  32. Santiago “Santi” Piñon
  33. Te Tuhi “Spud” Kelly
  34. Rishi Malhotra
  35. Nick Stango
  36. Steven “FatGoku” Callopy
  37. Ryan “La Luna” Coker-Welch
  38. Colin “Colbol” Green
  39. Jonathan “Bimbo” Rocha
  40. Kyle “Kalamazhu” Zhu
  41. Zaid “Spark” Ali
  42. Drew “Drephen” Scoles
  43. Jake “Jakenshaken” Bloxsom
  44. Toussaint “2saint” Turnier
  45. Anthony “Slox” Detres
  46. Jerry Powell
  47. Michael Rollberg
  48. “Magi”
  49. Jeremy “Squid” Deutsch
  50. Hugo “HugS” Gonzalez

The Summer 2019 MPGR

Hungrybox maintained his No. 1 spot on the Summer 2019 MPGR. He has held this position for a year and a half, since the end of 2017. If he can hold this position until the end of the year, Hungrybox will tie Adam “Armada” Lindgren’s two-year record as No. 1 in the world. Armada was the best Melee player in the world from the summer of 2015 to the summer of 2017.

Wizzrobe and Axe made perhaps the most impressive gains to achieve No. 2 and No. 3 in the world, respectively. In the process, they outranked god-level players like Leffen, Mang0, and Plup for the first time. In addition, iBDW made it into the top 10 in the world for the first time ever. Similarly, Trif, moky, Captain Faceroll, and Ginger reached top 20 for the first time.

The ups and downs of Melee

Magi made the largest gains since the last ranking, moving up 49 spaces from No. 97 on the 2018 MPGR. A few other players made significant leaps on the Summer 2019 MPGR. Jakenshaken jumped 45 spaces, moky moved up 38, and FatGoku moved up 33. Notably, Medz made top 50 after failing to make top 100 on the 2018 MPGR. In addition, Bimbo appeared in the top 50 for the first time in his career.

Of course, other players fell off a good bit on the Summer 2019 MPGR. HugS moved down 27 spaces, while n0ne dropped 13 spaces. Some players fell out of the top 50 altogether. Many of these dropped out due to inactivity. Others simply fell off in terms of results.

The following players dropped out of the top 50 on the Summer 2019 MPGR: Armada, Jason “Mew2King” Zimmerman, Jack “Kimba” Hoyt, Arjun “lloD” Malhotra, Charlie “AbsentPage” McKinley, Justin “Syrox” Burroughs, Ryan Ford, Mustafa “Ice” Akçakaya, Alex “Captain Smuckers” Cottrell, Theodore “Bladewise” Seybold, and Arjun “Junebug” Rao.


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