OrionRank Pre-Quarantine ranks top 100 Smash Ultimate players

The OrionRank Pre-Quarantine has ranked 100 of the best Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players in the world. OrionRank is an algorithm-based ranking run by Josh “Barnard’s Loop” Craig.

Back in March, the PGRU was frozen until further notice because of the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, the OrionRank Pre-Quarantine is currently the most notable Smash Ultimate ranking that considers results from early 2020. The list is based on offline results from Dec. 27, 2019 – March 15, 2020.

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      Smash Ultimate OrionRank top 100

      1. Leonardo “MkLeo” Lopez Perez
      2. Tyler “Marss” Martins
      3. Sota “Zackray” Okada
      4. Enrique “Maister” Hernández Solís
      5. Takuma “Tea” Hirooka
      6. Gavin “Tweek” Dempsey
      7. Ezra Samsora Morris
      8. Eric “ESAM” Lew
      9. Rasheen “Dark Wizzy” Rose
      10. Samuel “Dabuz” Buzby
      11. Yutaro “Paseriman” Nagumo
      12. Shuto “Shuton” Moriya
      13. Nairoby “Nairo” Quezada
      14. William “Glutonny” Belaid
      15. Paris “Light” Ramirez
      16. Kolawole “Kola” Aideyan
      17. Seisuke “Kome” Komeda
      18. Brian “Cosmos” Kalu
      19. Takuto “Kameme” Ono
      20. Carrington “Wrath” Osborne
      21. Yuta “Abadango” Kawamura
      22. Toriano “Toast” Warren Jr.
      23. Marcel “quiK” Romagnuolo
      24. Hector “Meme” Ochoa Cardenas
      25. Ramin “Mr. R” Delshad
      26. Matt “MattyG” Ganshirt
      27. Saleem “Salem” Young
      28. Antony “MuteAce” Hoo
      29. Noriyuki Kirihara
      30. Raffi “Raffi-X” Azar
      31. “ProtoBanham”
      32. “takera”
      33. Ricardo “Sinji” Mathison
      34. Jestise “MVD” Negron
      35. Yuta “Nietono” Uejima
      36. Towa “Atelier” Kuriyama
      37. Guillermo “Stroder” Martinez Jr.
      38. Haoka “shky” Toshiki
      39. Zack “ZD” Darby
      40. Matt “Elegant” Fitzpatrick
      41. Hugo “Lancelot” Hujala
      42. Ishiguro “Raito” Tetsuya
      43. Charlie “Charliedaking” Antoun
      44. Pedro “Prodigy” Alonso
      45. Dennis “iStudying” Kwarteng
      46. David “LeoN” Leon
      47. Edgar “Sparg0” Valdez
      48. Bart “S1” Ploegmakers
      49. James “VoiD” Makekau-Tyson
      50. Gabriel “Epic_Gabriel” Romero
      51. “tk3”
      52. Kengo “KEN” Suzuki
      53. Michael “Riddles” Kim
      54. Shintaro “Kuro” Kakihara
      55. Gakuto “Gackt” Ito
      56. Jonathan “Venia” Grullon
      57. Chris “WaDi” Boston
      58. Randy “RFang” Fang
      59. Griffin “Fatality” Miller
      60. Mehrad “Meru” Mehrafar
      61. Eric “Mr. E” Weber
      62. Mallory “Maeda” Fontaine
      63. “Munekin”
      64. Vincent “Vinny G” Ghiroli
      65. Alexis “Goblin” Stennett
      66. Dillon “Dill” R.
      67. Alain “Space” Balemba
      68. Dakota “Dakpo” Goode
      69. Javier “Javi” Balderas Perez
      70. “DIO”
      71. Jonathan “Jdizzle” Douglas
      72. Alan “Gen” Soriano
      73. “Kie”
      74. Luis “Lui$” Oceguera
      75. John “VaLoR” Toral
      76. Jason “ANTi” Bates
      77. Yuki “Etsuji” Kajihara
      78. Andrew “ScAtt” Huntley
      79. Grayson Ramos
      80. Kaito “Shogun” Kawasaki
      81. Larry “Larry Lurr” Holland
      82. Yatiyaña “yeti” Schaper
      83. Khang “Tru4” Tran
      84. Aaron Wilhite
      85. Mehdi “Flow” Zidany
      86. Tarik Fayazi
      87. “Sigma”
      88. Bradley “DD” Kun
      89. Matthew “Bankai” Richards
      90. “yuzu”
      91. Edgar “Bedgar” Sahagún
      92. “Compact”
      93. Thibauld “Jesuischoq” Martin
      94. Troy “Puppeh” Wells
      95. Santiago “Chag” Perez
      96. Nassim “Leon” Laib
      97. May “Mystearica” Peterson
      98. Jude “Jakal” Harris
      99. Eita “HIKARU” Hoshi
      100. Luis “Shadow_PR” Alvarez

      One-tournament honorable mentions

      1. Germaine “CurryGovernor” Hatton
      2. Moussa “eMass” H.
      3. Alejandro “Firehao” Esquivel Mana
      4. Freddie “FOW” Williams
      5. “Jagaimo”
      6. Humberto “King Koopa” Gomez
      7. Remi Flounders
      8. “Ron”
      9. Jason “Yei” Valverde Mora
      10. “Yoshidora” 

      Breaking down the OrionRank Pre-Quarantine

      MkLeo has maintained his status as the best player in the world on the OrionRank Pre-Quarantine from Barnard’s Loop. Marss questioned his throne at the beginning of the season, as Marss defeated MkLeo to place 1st at Genesis 7. However, MkLeo cemented his status as No. 1 by winning Frostbite 2020 with an insane losers run.

      Dark Wizzy and Kola both made notable increases from their previous standings on the Fall 2019 PGRU. Dark Wizzy rose 13 places to No. 9 in the world. Even more impressively, Kola rose 29 places to No. 16 in the world. Dark Wizzy had wins over Jdizzle, Fatality, ZD, Sinji, MuteAce, Meme, Cosmos, Light, Dabuz, ESAM, and Tweek. Kola had wins over ScAtt, Fatality, RFang, WaDi, Gackt, Kuro, Riddles, Epic_Gabriel, ZD, Toast, Cosmos, Dabuz, and Marss.

      Paseriman was the highest-ranked player to make his Super Smash Bros. Ultimate top 50 debut on the OrionRank Pre-Quarantine. Paseriman finished the season as No. 11 in the world. He had wins over Jagaimo, Shogun, ScAtt, Etsuji, shky, Kameme, Zackray, and Marss. Wrath, Toast, quiK, Meme, and MattyG also notably made their top-50 debuts within the top 30 on this ranking.

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