The world's best Super Smash Bros. Ultimate player signs up with T1

The world's best Super Smash Bros. Ultimate player has signed up with T1.

Published Thu, Feb 27 2020 4:13 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:44 AM CST

The highest-ranking Super Smash Bros. Ultimate player is no longer a free agent, as he has just announced that he's signed with T1.

Leonardo Lopez Perez, also known as MkLeo in the Super Smash Bros. community, is the world's highest-ranking player for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. MkLeo has had a fantastic career in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate since it launched, taking out some of the other highest-ranking players with his notorious Joker play.

MkLeo was a free agent for a period of time, and being the world's number one player for Ultimate, it didn't take long for a sponsor to pick him up. According to MkLeo's personal Twitter account, he has now signed a new deal with T1 to create content under their banner as well as continue tournament play. The terms of the agreement were not revealed, but being the best player in the world, I'm sure MkLeo walked away from this deal happy.

The world's best Super Smash Bros. Ultimate player signs up with T1 |

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