The Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells will host the Smash’N’Splash waterpark tournament series from June 2 to June 4, with events for Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 64, Project M and Super Smash Bros. for Wii-U.
Both team and solo tournaments are available for the various Super Smash Bros. titles, and already, hundreds of players are registered to attend. Some world-renowned players are set to join, including Armada (Sweden), Hungrybox (Florida), and Plup (Florida). Many lower-caliber players will attend as well, hoping to learn from expert players and have a chance to rise in the ranks.
The Kalahari also features resort-style hotel rooms, indoor and outdoor water parks, a themed amusement park and a 30,000-foot convention center. An artist alley for Super Smash Bros. themed art will also be featured, as well as 24 hour-access to non-tournament, casual “friendlies” games for all Super Smash Bros. titles.
In last year’s Smash’N’Splash 2, Hungrybox defeated Swedish Delight in the Melee grand finals, playing as Jigglypuff, and in Super Smash Bros. for Wii-U, Ally defeated ZeRo, playing as Mario. All except Swedish Delight are set to return for Smash’N’Splash 3 this June.
Registration for Smash’N’Splash 3 is currently open for $70 Late Registration and $40 Spectator badges. All games together combine for a prize pot of $15,000.