Smash Ultimate Online Open winners punch tickets to EVO 2019

Doug Bowser, the President of Nintendo America, recently announced that winners of the Smash Ultimate Online Open will receive an all expenses paid trip and registration to EVO 2019 later this year.

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Yesterday, thousands cheered as Team Japan took home the win for the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World Championship 2019. Now, though, fans of the Smash Bros. esports scene have even more to look forward to. Following yesterday’s events, Doug Bowser, the President of Nintendo America announced that the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Online Open would be kicking off soon. He also announced that the four winners of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Online Open would receive a trip to EVO 2019 in Las Vegas this year with Nintendo covering the cost of travel, accommodation, and registration.

North America’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Online Open will kick off later this month, and users can head over to the event page itself to sign up and join the tournament. You can also check out the rules set for the tournament on the event page if you need to brush up on your knowledge of the rules.

Smash Ultimate Online Open winners punch tickets to EVO 2019

According to Nintendo, the Smash Ultimate Online Open will be open to players age 13 and up from the United Stated and Canada. The event will also be open to citizens age 18 years and up from Mexico. Registration for the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Online Open will run from yesterday, June 8 to June 29 at 7AM (or June 30 at 7AM depending on your region).

EVO is one of the biggest esports events of the year, and definitely a huge one for fans of the fighting game genre. If you think you have what it takes to be the best in the arena, then make sure you sign up for the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Online Open while registration is open throughout the month. Who knows, if you’re good enough, you could find yourself heading to Las Vegas to play Super Smash Bros. Ultiamte at EVO 2019.

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