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Smash Tour: July 21-23 ~ DreamHack Atlanta and more!

Cooling off after the craziness that was Evo 2017 (which I will be writing up my full thoughts and experience on shortly!) we have another week with one stacked Major and a slew of assorted events from there. You know how it goes, but without further ado, here it is.

This is Smash Tour.

Smash Tour: July 21-23 ~ DreamHack Atlanta and more!

What: DreamHack Atlanta 2017 ~ Melee Singles and Doubles, Wii U Singles and Doubles, Tekken 7, Street Fighter V, Injustice 2, Rocket League
Where: 
Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA
When: Friday to Sunday, July 21-23 2017
Who: Hungrybox, Mew2King, SFAT, ZeRo, Salem, Nairo
Why: The DreamHack franchise of video gaming conventions and tournaments is one of the most prestigious series in all of gaming; and its Smash showcases do not disappoint. Featuring both Melee and Smash Wii U at every DreamHack event, nearly four times a year, this is one of the best places to tune in to catch some fantastic play, and it will be even more interesting to see how these results shape up with Evo’s 1st and 2nd place finishers absent from Melee, and Salem showing up after claiming the Wii U throne.

FGC Streams: twitch.tv/dreamhackfighters
Wii U Stream: twitch.tv/vgbootcamp
Melee Stream: twitch.tv/DreamHackSmash

Smash Tour: July 21-23 ~ DreamHack Atlanta and more!

What: Dash Dancers DawnMelee Singles and Doubles
Where: Düren, Deutschland, Germany
When: Saturday, July 22 2017
Who: Professor Pro, Trif, Overtriforce, reaper
Why: The largest event in Düren yet, Dash Dancers Dawn is an extension to the weekly Dash Dancers series, and boasts an impressive suite of European Melee talent, from UK’s own Professor Pro to Trif and more. For those on the other side of the pond, this is the place to tune in.

Stream: twitch.tv/geekygoonsquad2

Smash Tour: July 21-23 ~ DreamHack Atlanta and more!

What: Kings of Vancouver IVMelee Singles and Doubles
Where: UBC Campus, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
When: Saturday, July 22 2017
Who: Ka-Master, WebWipe, beeWesley, Mew2Queen
Why: The follow-up event to UBC Esports’ Battle of BC 2, Kings of Vancouver IV will feature Pacific Northwest talent, and even more so specifically, BC’s own. Will Ka-Master swoop in from Washington and take it all? I mean likely, looking forward to finding out.

Stream: twitch.tv/ubcesports