The Winners of the SSBU Tournament 2021

Hey everyone.  Its been a month, and we hope everyone has enjoyed the last few weeks of summer and the long weekend!

We at Fragapalooza are working on planning our next event and realized we forgot to share this tidbit from our 2021 event for the world to see!  So without any further delay, here is the winners of the Super Smash Brothers Unlimited tournament for Fragapalooza 2021 The Digital Experience:

Congrats everyone on your cash prizes!

Thanks for 25 Years

A week later, the Fragapalooza hangover is done!

Thank-you everyone for joining us at our Fragapalooza 2021 Digital Event, celebrating 25 Years of Fragapalooza!  With our community, partners and sponsors we were able to make this online event our best online one yet!

Our Partners/Sponsors


Special Thanks to our Production Crew, we could not have done it without you!!!!!

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Statistics from our Event!


Followers Gained: 44
Views Gained: 1200
Hours Streamed: 55
Hours Watched: 2900
Average Viewers: 53
Peak Viewers 131

See You Next Year!

We appreciate everyone who could join us, and we definitely look forward to joining you all in person (we hope) next year for:

Fragapalooza 2022

Stay tuned for more!

Wolfpaw Sponsors

Back for a second year, Wolfpaw Professional Internet Solutions Provider, Flexible & Experienced Internet Services Since 1998 joins our growing list of sponsors for our 25 Years of Fragapalooza event, Fragaplooza 2021.

Don't forget to register, and purchase your FREE "Virtual Gamer Throne" to be eligible for thousands in prizing at our 25 years of Fragapalooza digital event:

Want to know if you are already registered and have your "Virtual Gamer Throne"? Check out the Who's Coming Page

Pepper Esports Sponsors

New to Fragaplooza as a Sponsor, Pepper Esports joins us for our 25 Years of Fragapalooza event, with donations to help make our digital event all that much greater.


They also have their own event coming up and wished us to share a bit about it.

Pepper Esports is amped to present the MyBookie Battle Series. It's a 21+ CS:GO tournament with a $4,000 USD prize pool taking place on Aug 14-15. Beyond cash prizing, we also have consolation prize draws and individual player draws! Register today at TGS dot GG forward slash Battle Series

Still time to register, and purchase your FREE "Virtual Gamer Throne" to be eligible for thousands in prizing at our 25 years of Fragapalooza digital event:

Want to know if you are already registered and have your "Virtual Gamer Throne"? Check out the Who's Coming Page

Tournament Announcement! Super Smash Bros Ultimate - Singles

August 5th 6 PM MDT

IMPORTANT - Players MUST be registered as a Fragapalooza attendee as well to be eligible for prizing, and on for brackets

Start Time - Thursday August 5, 6:00PM Mountain Time

For additional information or questions contact the Smash Ultimate organizer @Harmonia in the Frag Discord (Or on Twitter at @AcoustcHarmonia) -

The tournament will be streamed at

Format - This tournament will be a Double Elimination Best of 3 event. Semifinal matches and up will play Best of 5 with the possibility of a Bracket Reset in Grand Finals.

Not every game can be streamed, but if you and your opponent would like to be on stream please let Harmonia know and we’ll see if there’s time to slot you in! We can’t guarantee everyone who wants to be on stream will be able to, but we’ll see what we can do!

All games in the Winners Quarter-Finals and up as well as Losers Semi-Finals and up will be streamed on Twitch (preferably Losers Quarterfinals as well but we can miss some if we need to have the bracket move faster). So for these rounds please wait for your turn on stream. Any games started off-stream for these rounds will be considered practice.

Stage List

  • Starter: Battlefield, Final Destination, Pokemon Stadium 2, Smashville, Town & City |
  • Counterpick: Kalos Pokemon League, Small Battlefield, Yoshi’s Story
  • 3 Bans

Stages will be chosen by conventional stage banning rulesets: If both players can agree on a Starter Stage then they will begin Game 1 on that stage, otherwise it will go to a coin flip. The winner of the coin flip bans 1 of the 5 Starter Stages, the loser of the coin flip then bans 2 of the Starter Stages, then the coin flip winner chooses the stage from the 2 remaining Starter Stages. After Game 1 the Counterpick Stages are now added to the pool of available stages (making 8 total available stages now). After each game the winner of the last game can ban up to 3 Stages, and the loser of the last game can choose any stage from the remaining 5.

If that doesn’t make sense, here’s a tutorial on Stage Selection/Banning

Game Settings - The following settings will be used for all games played as part of this tournament

  • 3 Stock
  • 7 Minutes
  • Final Smash Meter: Off
  • Spirits: Off
  • Damage Handicap: Off
  • Stage Selection: Anyone
  • Items: Off and None
  • First to: 1 Win
  • Stage Morph: Off
  • Stage Hazards: Off
  • Team Attack: On
  • Launch Rate: 1.0x
  • Underdog Boost: Off
  • Pausing: Off
  • Score Display: Off
  • % Show Damage: Yes
  • Custom Balance: Off
  • Random Stage Selection: Battlefield, Final Destination, Pokemon Stadium 2, Smashville, Town & City (this technically doesn’t matter too much as you shouldn’t be trying to get random stages anyway)

Additional Rules

  • Character Availability: All characters will be available (Kazuya’s pretty new but he’s been out long enough), except for any Miis the tournament moderators deem offensive
  • Tardiness: Players will be given 15 minutes following the posted match times to start their matches before disqualification of absentee players
  • Character Changing/Counterpicking: Each player may switch their character before a game. However, players may not enter the getting ready to battle screen to see who their opponent is playing and then back out to switch their own character.
  • Technical Issues: Any game that is interrupted by a disconnection for either player or other severe technical issue may be restarted (See Restarting Games). If a player is continuously having issues however they may need to be DQ’d at the discretion of the mods.
  • Restarting Games: The Tournament Organizers must be informed of the cause of the issue before restarting any games. The players must attempt to recreate the state of the interrupted game as much as reasonably possible, including but not limited to remaining stocks, damage, and timer (unless both players agree not to recreate the timer).
  • Lag Testing: If a match feels particularly laggy you can request a Lag Tester in the Twitch chat or Fragapalooza #smash-ultimate channel in Discord. The Lag Tester will test the connection with both players, and if it seems perfectly fine will tell both to play it out (though it's possible to players may just have an awful connection with each other specifically, and if you feel this is the case you can bring it up and we'll handle it on a case by case basis), and if one player seems significantly laggy will tell them to attempt to get a better connection if possible. Depending on how laggy somebody's connection may be the Lag Testers reserve the right to DQ players on a case by case basis.
  • Misinterpretation/Misconfiguration: Games may not be restarted after the initial engagement due to a misinterpretation of the rules OR misconfiguration of game settings. It is the players’ responsibilities to ask the Tournament Organizer for any clarification of the rule set in the event of a disagreement or confusion, and the outcome of a game or set will not be changed after the fact unless under extreme circumstances (ie. a player purposefully changes the ruleset in their favor, or changed a setting such as launch rate, in which case they will be DQ’d)
  • Sudden Death: If a game goes to Sudden Death, the winner is determined by stocks and percentage at the time the game ends. If both players are tied in stocks, the player with the lower percentage is the winner. In the event of a percentage tie, or a game in which both players lose their last stock simultaneously, a 1-stock tiebreaker will be played with a 3-minute time limit. The results of an in-game 300% Sudden Death do not count. (If you are unsure of the percents at the end of a game that reached sudden death, save the replay of the game and check the replay)
  • Streaming: Players may choose to stream their own matches however they see fit
  • Disqualification: The Tournament Organizers reserve the right to disqualify players for (but not limited to) Abuse, Cheating, Collusion, Poor Sportsmanship, Match Fixing, and Illegal behavior

NOTE: Rules subject to change, and will be communicated through and/or Discord channel.

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