is produced by Beyond the Summit, an Esports production organization concentrated on making unique and bona fide events, shows, and content. Established in 2012, the organization started as a DOTA 2 casting venture and developed on account of grassroots group support to wind up the world's chief English DOTA 2 broadcasting studio. Lately, BTS has ventured into numerous different recreations and today works closely with an assortment of game designers, brands, and competition coordinators over the globe. Beyond the Summit is one of the world's biggest Esports systems with more than 13 billion lifetime minutes viewed and the third most viewed Twitch channel ever. BTS broadcasts are dispersed in more than 110 nations on both direct TV and advanced outlets and gloats about 3 Million aggregate supporters over its Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter social media platforms. The tournament is usually held at the BTS House in Los Angeles, where the crew currently lives and works. The first Smash Summit started about 3 years ago and the series has proven to be very successful. Some of the players to have graced the Beyond the Summit Smash stage include: HungryBox, Armada, Mango, Mew2King, Zain, Ginger, Plup, Leffen, Axe, Wizzrobe, Westballz, HugS, 2saint, aMSa, n0ne, and SFAT. Over the years, 6 Summits have been held, with Armada the most successful player with 4 victories, and Hungrybox and Mew2King with one victories apiece.
Smash summit 1
The inaugural edition of the Smash summit was held in 2015, and featured ten invited players and six players voted in by the community. The winner was Armada with $11000 collected in prize money. The prize pool included $3,500 for Draft Crews, collected via crowd funding.
Smash Summit 2
Smash Summit 2 was an invitational tournament that took place from the 21st to the 24th of April, 2016. It included ten players picked by the Beyond the Summit staff and six players voted in by the community. It was the continuation of Smash Summit 1 with Armada defeating HungryBox in the final to take home $9000. The prize pool included $3,500 for Draft Crews, all of which was gathered via crowd funding.
Smash Summit 3
Smash Summit 3 highlighted ten invited players and six players voted by the group. It was the third cycle of the competition arrangement. Armada won this for the third straight time, taking home $7500 with HungryBox coming second once again, and winning the sum of $3800 The prize pool included $1,000 for Draft Crews, $500 for Around the World, $500 for the Blind Man Challenge, and $500 for the Iron Man competition. These occasions were supported by means of crowd funding. [embed]https://youtu.be/NzzMYF9ZJ9Y[/embed]
Smash Summit 4
Also known as the Smash Summit - spring 2017, the competition featured ten invited players and six players voted in by the group. It was the 4th edition of BTS with Armada winning for the fourth time in a row. A $10,000 USD prize pool was declared for singles, and a $5,000 USD prize pool was reported for doubles. [embed]https://youtu.be/voZcimGks6E[/embed]
Smash Summit 5
The Smash Summit 5 saw Armadaâ€™s winning streak broken by HungryBox in the final. It included eight invited players, two players who qualified through competitions, and six players voted in by the group. [embed]https://youtu.be/QLp8F3r85x0[/embed]
Smash Submit 6
Smash Summit 6 was recently held this year, and included eight invited players, two players who qualified from Full Bloom 4, and six players voted in by the group. Armada lost in the final once again, to Mew2King, with HungryBox coming 4th behind Zain in 3rd. [embed]https://youtu.be/iHj-rc3GVnc[/embed] To Watch Smash Summit, use our online player ad/or check the SMASH SUMMIT streaming schedule .