Spacestation Gaming signs Maister

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The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate pro finds a new sponsor

Salt Lake City esports organization, Spacestation Gaming, has signed its second Super Smash Bros. Ultimate player in the person of Enrique "Maister" Hernández Solís, PGRU Fall 2019's rank #6.

A former Super Smash Bros. for Wii U champion, he's considered one of the best Mr. Game & Watch players around and carried his main over from Smash Wii U to Ultimate. He joins David "LeoN" Leon, who is ranked #28 on PGRU Fall and signed up with the team in November 2019. Having two players means that Spacestation Gaming can now compete in simultaneous Smash Ultimate events whenever they clash.

Maister finished 17th-24th at EVO 2019, where he took games off players like PGRU Fall #1, Leonardo "MKLeo" Lopez. This year he also managed to place 17th-24th at Glitch 8, 5th-6th at Genesis 7, and he'll be competing at Frostbite 2020, which begins tomorrow.

With many more tournaments ahead of him in 2019, Maister could rise even higher in the global Super Smash Bros. Ultimate rankings.

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