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Hungrybox and Le'Veon Bell’s Smash Ultimate tournament The Box: Schedule and how to watch

Hungrybox is teaming up with NFL player Le’Veon Bell for new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament The Box, so here’s how you can catch the action.
Hungrybox and Le'Veon Bell’s Smash Ultimate tournament The Box: Schedule and how to watch

While online tournaments for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate haven’t exactly gone smoothly, it hasn’t stopped top players from flexing their competitive loins. 

A new tournament from Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma, NFL star Le’Veon Bell and Team Liquid is hoping to brush off the communities frustrations with online lag, forming what could be the most ambitious online event in Smash Ultimate history. 

So if you’re craving another dose of competitive Smash in lockdown, here’s what you need to know about The Box.

What is The Box?

The Box is an online tournament for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, organised by pro Smash player Hungrybox, New York Jets player Le’Veon Bell and Team Liquid.

The event runs from Friday 8th May to Sunday 10th May, featuring some of the biggest players in the Smash Ultimate community. 


What are the rules and prize pool?

The tournament is limited to players in the USA and Canada, all competing for a 10k USD prize pool. 

All matches are in a best of three format outside the top eight, where it’s best of five. You can check out the full list of rules here


What is the schedule?

Friday 8th May

  • First Stage Wave One - 9am PDT/5pm BST
  • First Stage Wave Two - 11am PDT/7pm BST
  • First Stage Wave Three - 1pm PDT/9pm BST
  • First Stage Wave Four - 3pm PDT/11pm BST
  • First Stage Wave Five - 5pm PDT/1am BST
  • First Stage Wave Six - 7pm PDT/3am BST

Saturday 9th May

  • First Stage Wave Seven - 9am PDT/5pm BST
  • First Stage Wave Eight - 11am PDT/7pm BST
  • Second Stage Top 1024 - 1.30pm PDT/9.30pm BST
  • Third Stage Top 256 - 3.30pm PDT/11.30pm BST

Sunday 10th May

  • Top 32 Finals - 12pm PDT/8pm BST
  • Top 8 Finals - 5pm PDT/1am BST

Super Smash Bros Ultimate
Online tournaments for Smash Ultimate continue to grow, despite the connection issues (Picture: Nintendo)


Who is competing at The Box?

Along with organiser Hungrybox, the biggest names in Smash Ultimate are set to compete - ranging from Leonardo “MkLeo” Lopez, Gavin “Tweek” Dempsey, Jason “Mew2King” Zimmerman and Enrique “Hernandez” Maister.

There will also be Ezra “Samsora” Morris who won CEO Dreamland earlier this year, and Samuel “Dabuz” Buzby. In total, over 8,000 people have registered to enter. 

How can I watch The Box?

The tournament is set to be shown across Hungrybox and Team Liquid's official Twitch channels below.