Super Smash Bros. Ultimate PGRU 40-31 rankings
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Panda Global has revealed the next ten players in its Super Smash Bros. Ultimate PGRU rankings. This list covers the top Super Smash Bros. Ultimate ranked 40 to 31 for Fall 2019.
Most of the players in this section of the rankings are new to the list with Andrew “ScAtt” Huntley and Shimizu “Umeki” Masaki moving up one and seven spots respectively since Spring 2019. On the flip side, James “VoiD” Makekau-Tyson saw a huge drop from rank 9 to 38. VoiD was a successful Smash 4 player who moved to Smash Ultimate and rose to the top 10. However, his performance plummetted in Fall after his main, Pichu was nerfed hard. Following several poor placements, VoiD was able to finish fifth at Mainstage in September, but the damage had already been done.
Here’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate PGRU Fall 2019’s rank 40 to 31:
|40.||Andrew “ScAtt” Huntley||+1|
|39.||Luis “Lui$” Oceguera||New|
|38.||James "VoiD" Makekau-Tyson||-29|
|37.||Nick “Ned” Dovel||New|
|36.||Nicko “Nicko” Bonilla||New|
|35.||Shimizu “Umeki” Masaki||+7|
|34.||Yuki “Etsuji” Kajihara||New|
|33.||Eric “Pandarian” Lund||New|
|32.||Matt “Elegant” Fitzpatrick||New|
|31.||Raffi “Raffi-X” Azar||New|
The biggest jump for a new player in this range is Raffi-X who made two top-10 finishes at S-tier events. Umeki also had some good results in Japan, but because the PGR puts more focus on North American events, his achievements in the land of the rising sun failed to make much of an impact.
Expect the next portion of the PGRU rankings in the next couple of days as Panda Global allows fans to absorb the information revealed so far.