Super Mario Smash Bros. Tournament Brings Together Video Game Players from all Over

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People from all over the country came together for a Super Smash Bros. tournament.

The event is sponsored by the local store “Game Trade” where over 100 entrants from different states came to compete at the Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley.  

Participants came from Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota to compete for more than $1,000 in cash.

The tournament is being streamed online throughout the day and will feature all of the series games ranging from the Nintendo 64 to the Nintendo Switch. 

Players told us their favorite part about playing Super Smash Bros.

“I think the cool thing about it is you can use like all of your favorite Nintendo characters like Mario, and Luigi, Bowser, and whoever you want,” Karvin White a participant in the tournament said. “There’s also some other pretty cool characters, like you can be Sonic.  He’s not an Nintendo character, but you can still be Sonic.”

The event started at 1 p.m. Saturday and goes until midnight.

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