Major League Gaming Seeking Feedback from Smash Community Regarding 2014 Plans

By on December 7, 2013 at 3:41 pm


While rumors have been floating around for some time that Major League Gaming is looking at incorporating Super Smash Bros. Melee into their events again during its resurgence over the past year, the first bit of solid evidence recently surfaced over on Smash Boards. MLG’s Jake “Solid Jake” Kulinski took to the community hub yesterday in an effort to gather feedback on various topics in advance of “exciting plans” they have planned for 2014.

The major points of discussion center around hammering out a set stage list and tournament format as well as deciding whether or not to allow wobbling, the Ice Climbers infinite grab technique named after Wobbles, its most proficient user. UPDATE – Kulinski has since said wobbling will most likely be legal.

If you’re interested in providing your thoughts on these topics, be sure to visit the official Smash Boards topic and/or send Kulinski correspondence via Twitter.

Kulinski returned to the forum today to drop a few more details, mentioning that it’s entirely possible for the upcoming Wii U/3DS installment to be included as well, providing it is released by the time MLG Anaheim rolls around. If not, Brawl may also make a return alongside Melee. Project M is obviously not an option at this point in time.

He also made a point to mention that nothing is 100% at this point in time, so now would be a great time to let the folks at MLG know just how much you would like to see Smash make a return to their events.

Source: Smash Board via NeoGAF