The Evolution Championship Series, or EVO for short recently finished up yesterday and a viewership record has been broken for the headlining game, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate replaced veteran EVO title Super Smash Bros. Melee and it seems that has worked out for the best as viewership for EVO has never been higher. According to Rod Breslau, EVO founder, "Smash Bros Ultimate has set the record for the highest peak viewership in EVO history for any game at over 279,000"
Above you will find the Super Smash Bros. UItimate grand finals, competing in the match is MKleo and Tweek. MKleo is currently the reigning champion as fellow Smash Bros. players are having a hard time getting ontop of his Joker. Tweek stuck to his main character Pokemon trainer and put up a galiant fight until Leo decided to switch it on and comeback and take out the tournament for a win. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is currently available on the Nintendo Switch.
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