This website was created to provide an overview of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate scene in France and to provide an entry point for new players to find their way into their local smash community.
In addition, the website offers a tournament manager who provides tournament organizers (TOs) with a simple tool for managing tournaments.
The page was created from the template by www.swisssmash.ch and is primarily maintained by: Yomi (developer) and telu (local coordination).
The calendar shows all found SSBU tournaments in France from two weeks ago and four months into the future. It distinguishes between the following tournament types:
Weekly -> On SmashUltimate.fr created weekly tournament
Internal -> On SmashUltimate.fr created tournament
External -> On an external site created tournament
Power Ranking (PR)
The power ranking FR uses a combination of algorithm and jury to provide a ranking that is as close as possible to reality. To find out more you can go to france.supersmashranking.com in the FAQ section or on the discord server
SmashUltimate.fr contains a web application for the simple creation and administration of smash tournaments.
It is particularly suitable for weeklies, as it allows the generation of several tournaments in a defined period of time.
Are you organising tournaments yourself and would like to use the SmashUltimate.fr Tournament Manager? Just add the TO role to your profile!
Because of its free, lagless and easy to use brackets and API, the SmashUltimate.fr tournament manager uses Challonge.
The initial seeding is done by generating a player list sorted by skill from all the data on SmashUltimate.fr:
The final seeding is done manually by a TO.
Besides the results (match scores and rankings) of the SmashUltimate.fr Tournament Manager internal tournaments, SmashUltimate.fr is also able to get the results from all other tournaments in France. The only condition is, that the tournament was imported on braacket.com in the SSBU FR PRs league.
Regardless of the number of participants per tournament, the players rank at the end of a tournament decides the amount of points he or she receives.