Smash fans everywhere are anticipating CEO Dreamland 2020 as it promises to be one of the biggest events of the year so far.
In addition to Ultimate and Melee, less popular Smash titles such as Brawl, 64, and the Wii U version will have tournaments at the event.
While Smash Ultimate legend Leonardo ‘MKLeo’ Lopez Perez will not be in attendance, many of the top players in the game will be duking it out, including Genesis 2020 champion Tyler ‘Marss’ Martins, Gavin ‘Tweek’ Dempsey, and Ezra ‘Samsora’ Morris.
On the Melee side of things, Jason ‘Mew2King’ Zimmerman will be competing in both singles and doubles while Jigglypuff superstar Juan ‘Hungrybox’ Debiedma will be looking to take the crown for the second straight year.
It’s possible that Melee could see a rematch of last year’s final between HBox and Justin ‘Wizzrobe’ Hallett.
Additionally, CEO Dreamland will be worth points for the recently-announced Smash World Tour as a Gold-tier event. Winning this will put Melee and Ultimate champions 400 points closer to qualifying for the World Championships in December.
Schedule of events
CEO Dreamland runs from March 13 – March 15 in Orlando, Florida at the Wyndham Orlando Resort.
kicks off Friday, March 13 with double tournaments and side events beginning as early as noon with doors to the venue opening at 10:00 AM EST / 9:00 AM PST.
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On Saturday, March 14, official tournaments will begin starting at 10:00 AM EST / 9:00 AM PST with both Melee and Ultimate singles.
Sunday, March 15, will be the last day of the event with finals, once again beginning at 10:00 AM and scheduled to conclude at 10:00 PM EST.
A full schedule of events will be announced later on in the week.
Where to watch
Coverage of all the CEO Dreamland action will be streamed live on Twitch with the finals for both Melee and Ultimate streaming on the main CEOGaming account.
With points for the Smash World Tour and PGR rankings at stake, CEO Dreamland is shaping up to be one for the ages.