The third annual Super Smash Bros Tournament lasted from Oct. 24 to Oct. 28 and involved a total of 32 paired teams competing in a double elimination bracket, meaning that after a team had two losses, it would be out. Each games lasted for seven minutes.
The two players of the winning pair each received a $10 gift card. The consolation winners — teams which did not make it to the final championship rounds — won king-sized candy bars. This year’s champions were junior Patrick Lee and freshman Chris Lee, who are also brothers.
“If you have a sibling who really likes the game,” Patrick said. “That’s a good way to train.”
After all, “brothers” is in the name of the game.