The second round of voting for Smash Ultimate Summit 4 finished on Wednesday, with Enrique “Maister” Hernández Solís and Tyrell “NAKAT” Coleman joining the line-up of the stacked Ultimate invitational.
With Maister’s addition to the line-up, Smash Ultimate Summit 4 will now feature the most Mexican players of any Smash Summit. Maister will join his countrymen Leonardo “MkLeo” López Pérez, Edgar “Sparg0” Valdez and Santiago “Chag” Perez. Also, Maister will celebrate his 22nd birthday at the Summit Gaming House on March 3.
At a lack of words right now. We are going to Ultimate Summit 4. Finally, after two tough weeks of hard work, skits, streams, cosplays, videos…we did it.
Shoutouts to everyone who supported me, y’all made this possible. Now time for Leo to slam my face into a cake at Summit 😳 pic.twitter.com/BLLAjmxxOb
— #Maister4Summit (@Maister_SSB) February 16, 2022
As a Super Smash Bros. Brawl veteran and a Smash community member for nearly 12 years, NAKAT has finally achieved his “LAST goal as a competitor” by getting voted into Smash Ultimate Summit 4. This will mark his first appearance at a Smash Summit.
I'm fucking going to Summit! I am baffled. Fought so fucking hard for this I can't believe it. I love my community and my friends.
— Cryme| NAKAT 🦂🌹 (@darknakat) February 16, 2022
A pair of spacie mains fell out of the voting process on Wednesday: Falco main Michael “Tilde” Tedesco and Wolf main Larry “Larry Lurr” Holland. Notably, Tilde peaked as high as second in votes leading up to the end of the voting period. However, he quickly dropped to seventh place and faced elimination.
More about Maister and NAKAT at Smash Ultimate Summit 4
Smash Ultimate Summit 4 vote-in Maister was recently ranked in North America’s S tier on PGRUContenders. As a result, he tied with Kolawole “Kola” Aideyan as the highest-ranked player who neither qualified for Summit nor received an automatic invitation. In addition, this tournament will mark Maister’s third consecutive Smash Ultimate Summit appearance.
NAKAT has been relatively inactive in the post-quarantine era, only attending three offline tournaments since last summer. However, he notably made a run to 17th place at Mainstage 2021 as the 81st seed.
Only one more voting period remains. Fans will find out which two players will join Maister and NAKAT at Smash Ultimate Summit 4 at 3 p.m. ET on Friday.