WMU Esports is hosting a "Super Smash Bros." tournament

Everyone will be welcome to smash at this club-sponsored tournament.

WMU Esports will be hosting its first community Smash Bros. Bronco Beatdown Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 19 and will be open to the entire Kalamazoo community.

“Anyone can compete: high school students, college students, anyone,” said Tavian Napier, coordinator for WMU Esports.

There are limited spots available for the tournament and will cap at 64 spots, but anyone in the community is welcome to watch online or at the arena. 

“We’ll have a full scale production,” said Napier. Check in will be from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the door on Saturday morning and registration is online only.

For more information on the Bronco Beatdown or to check availability for the tournament, visit the WMU Esports website.

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mubeenkhatri

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