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CEO Smash Ultimate Results: Kola Takes Home Gold

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On December 5 2021, “CEO 2021 Fight Game championships” was held in Orlando, Florida. It had a plethora of fighting games in its tournament lineup, including CEO Smash Ultimate. Over 700 players came to participate in the Smash Ultimate singles bracket. Players such as Jestise “MVD” Negron, Griffin “Fatality” Miller, Eric “ESAM” Lew, Antony MuteAce” Hoo and other big smash players came to try to take CEO for themselves. However, only one could claim victory, that being Moist Gaming’s very own Kolawole “Kola” Aideyan, who beat the tournament favorite William “Glutonny” Belaid in grand finals from losers side for his first Major tournament win.


CEO Smash Ultimate Top 8

CEO’s Smash Ultimate tournament had many surprising turns of events, such as Mutace sending ESAM to losers in Winners Quarter-Finals. Then ESAM, upset yet again by another player, Fatality, who lost their past two meetings. Or better yet, the sixteen-year-old New York native Salvatore “Zomba” DeSena’s who showed his skills, placing fifth. Most people had the dominant EU player, Glutonny winning the entire event. However, Kola had other plans.

Kola’s CEO Run


Taken from CEO Gaming Twitter page

The fourth seed, Kola, had a fantastic run to take the tournament. He had a clean run to the top 8. When he got there, MuteAce made short work of Kola, who played Cloud for the first two games until he was forced to switch to Roy for the last.  Kola, now on losers side of top 8 with sharks such as Zomba and Fatality. He found himself in a rematch with MuteAce for losers side of Grand Finals after Glutonny took winners side. Kola was able to clutch out the set against MuteAce 3-2, playing Roy for the first game then switching back to Cloud for the remainder of the set.


In the first round of CEO Smash Ultimate Grand Finals, Kola and Glutonny traded games back and forth, but Kola’s Roy was able to clutch out the set with a stunning performance in game five, utterly annihilating Glutonny. Kola used that momentum to take the first two games in the second set of grand finals with easy dancing around Glutonny. Glutonny decided to play slower the next few games, taking the third game, but it wasn’t enough as Kola adapted and took game four to take first place at CEO. This is a massive win for the young player Kola and the Moist Gaming team.

Future of Competitive Smash Ultimate

While 2021 may be coming to a close here soon, the Smash Ultimate Competitive scene still has one more major tournament left: “Smash World Tour” on December 17th-19th in Orlando. In 2022 the competition continues with “Let’s Make Big Moves” on January 7, Glitch on January 14 and Genesis 8 on January 28. There is also Smash Ultimate Summit 4 to look forward to on March 3. So it’s safe to say there is a lot more competitive smash coming up in the future and still more to come.

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