Super Smash Bros. Ultimate PGRU 20-11 rankings revealed
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Panda Global has released the next batch of players in its global Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fall rankings. This time we have only two new entries while the remaining players have either dropped or risen since the Spring 2019 rankings.
Most of these players consistently finished in the top 32 at major tournaments. Some of them have even won titles from these events, further justifying their presence among the best Smash Ultimate players in the world.
Here are the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate PGRU 20-11 rankings:
|20||Chris “WaDi” Boston||+4|
|18||Shintaro “Kuro” Kakihara||New|
|17||Ishiguro “Raito” Tetsuya||+3|
|16||Kengo “KEN” Suzuki||New|
|15||Isami “T” Ikeda||+32|
|14||Eric “ESAM” Lew||+2|
|13||Shuto “Shuton” Moriya||-8|
|12||Takuma “Tea” Hirooka||+3|
|11||Takuto “Kameme” Ono||+8|
Kuro and KEN are the newest entries in the PGRU, and what an impact they’ve made to shoot to the 18th and 16th positions. Kuro is a top tier player that has rarely left Japan but has beaten the likes of Raito and Kameme, who are ranked even higher than him on the list. KEN has also competed in very few international events and had a slow start in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Yet, that hasn’t prevented him from taking a top spot in the PGRU ranking.
T’s progress is also quite impressive, jumping all the way from 47 last season to 15. His focus on Link as a main has led to numerous victorious, with one of his best performances being a 5th-6th place finish at 2GG: Kongo Saga. ProtoBanham’s rise in Smash Ultimate was catapulted by a 5th place finish at EVO 2019, where he defeated players like Kameme, the pro who sent Leonardo “MKLeo” Lopez to the Losers Bracket.
Shuton is the only player between 20-11 to drop from his position last season. Shuton fell from the top 10 players to the top 20, due to nerfs placed on Olimar. However, even that wasn’t able to prevent him from top finishes at EVO 2019 and 2GG: Kongo Saga.
Judging by the rankings so far and specific performances we’ve witnessed, its easy to guess a few names that should appear in the top 10. Still, we won’t know where exactly they place in the PGRU until Panda Global does the honors in the next couple of days.