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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate power rankings for both Germany and Australia were released on Jan. 31. German Smash Com announced Germany’s power rankings, while Australian Smash Ultimate Senate revealed Australia’s rankings. Both announcements came via Twitter.

While Germany previously released power rankings in the summer, this marks Australia’s first ranking since the release of Smash Ultimate. Here are the full rankings for both countries.


  1. Marcel “quiK” Romagnuolo
  2. Tarik Fayazi
  3. Jonas “Sirjon” Scharnetzki
  4. Robin “RobinGG” Gronau
  5. Hoang “Longo” Gia Long
  6. Khang “Tru4” Tran
  7. Robin “DarkThunder” Kurzke
  8. Viktor “Light” Strohmeier
  9. Benjamin “wusi” Baye
  10. Michael “Beek” F.
  11. Lukas “Lucky” Cichon
  12. Ufuk “cyve” Fidan


  1. Jonathan “Jdizzle” Douglas
  2. Nick “Extra” McKenzie
  3. Bradley “DD” Kun
  4. Mungo “Luco” Lennon
  5. Srikar “Sriks” Jha
  6. Joshua “Ghost” Francis
  7. Ben Gold
  8. Joseph “Doctor A Ness” Cresnik
  9. Ellis “AT LOWES” Jones
  10. “Ignis”
  11. Joe McCormick
  12. Sebastian “SebPro101” Tabone
  13. “Insie”
  14. Tomas “Luma” Parish
  15. “Shadrew”

Honorable Mentions: “RaZe” and Callum “Cherry” Wallis

Breaking down the Germany & Australia power rankings

With his impressive results at home and abroad, quiK’s No. 1 ranking in Germany is hardly surprising. He has beaten top players like Ezra Samsora Morris, William “Glutonny” Belaid, and Kengo “KEN” Suzuki. In addition, quiK is considered by many to be the second-best player in all of Europe, behind only Glutonny. However, quiK did not appear on the PGRU, largely because he lacked strong results in the United States. Conversely, other Europeans like Ramin “Mr. R” Delshad and William “Leffen” Hjelte appeared on the PGRU instead of him.

Tarik made the biggest jump of anyone on the German power rankings, leaping from No. 15 to No. 2. Recently, he got the chance to prove his skill to an American audience at Glitch 8 – Missingno. There, Tarik defeated Jestise “MVD” Negron and Joel “Beast” Veras.

Jdizzle has put up strong results in Australia, placing 1st at BigWinChampionship 2 and Sunny Side Up in the summer. However, he has not had much opportunity to show off his skill on an international scale. Ben Gold is one of Australia’s most traveled players, notably defeating Takuto “Kameme” Ono while competing in the United States.