We're just days away from the 2022 Smash finale and the Redemption Rumble, but we're already inching closer to the first Major of the year.
We’re just days away from the 2022 Smash finale and the Redemption Rumble, but we’re already inching closer to the first Major of the year. Let’s Make Big Moves 2023 is set to kick off Smash’s 2023 with a bang, bringing together the best of the best players to compete for the first title of the new year.Despite all the problems with Smash World Tour and Nintendo at the end of last year, we really didn’t have to wait too long for things to start again. There is a huge tournament on the very first weekend of January. Let’s Make Big Moves 2023 is on the calendar more than ever, though, so it’s a huge event.
Let’s Make Big Moves 2023 is launching the final season for 2023. This is an event to be held on January 6-8 in New York. It’s being organized by Even Matchup Gaming, a huge organizer that puts together tons of events for every Smash game. More recently, they have been behind similar events such as 2022’s Let’s Make Moves Miami.
There will be Ultimate Singles, Doubles and even a Squad Strike section. However this is only a last resort. Mayhem isn’t going to be a part of it. Games will be played in the standard format for Smash, with competitors fighting through pools, with the top 8 finalists advancing to a full bracket on Sunday. The doubles and crew brackets will take place on Friday before singles dominates. whole weekend.This event has a prize pool of $11,520 for its singles sides. That’s pretty good for a beginner tournament like this. Even the doubles have a nice prize pool with a total of $2,960. With some of the best players taking part in Let’s Make Moves Miami, we may even see some rematches of the climactic event in 2022.
Many great players are taking part, including most of the best Ultimate players from the past year. Some of the more exciting participants include Spag0. He went head-to-head with MKLeo last year, took a break at the end but came back to finish first in both the Scuffed World Tour and MainStage 2022. New Year. Tweek would also join the Scuffed World Tour following a second-place finish.
MKLeo dominated last season. He wobbled a bit at the last hurdle and was out of the Scuffed World Tour. However, MKLeo still won more majors than anyone else. Heading into Let’s Make Big Moves 2023, he might be making a comeback from those last two.He’s the most obvious player to watch at the top, but it’s a hugely stacked roster. Lots of players are participating to prove their worth in the first tournament of 2023. These include Sonix, Glutonny and Onin to name a few.Let’s Make Big Moves 202 is bringing together all these huge players. You can watch the action over the weekend on the official stream.