Tweek Becomes Free Agent: A Look at the Uncertain Future of Smash Ultimate Esports

The professional edition of Smash Ultimate Gavin “Tweek” Dempsey, who once played with TSM but has since left the organization, is the most recent player to become eligible for free agency.

TSM announced on February 28 that it would be parting ways with the Diddy Kong and Sephiroth main after they had been with the organization for four years. Both players had been in the leading position for the entirety of that time. As Tweek was competing for TSM, he would go on to establish himself as one of the top American players, if not the best player in the world. This would be accomplished by him taking first place in a number of competitions and placing firmly in a number of others.

Despite a challenging beginning due to the shutdown, 2022 was a productive year for Tweek, which led to the company’s overall prosperity. He was victorious in the competition for Port Priority 7, although Sparg0 defeated him in both Mainstage 2022 and Ludwig’s Scuffed World Tour. He did, however, emerge victorious in the competition for Port Priority 7.

In the best-of-five Grand Finals set that will take place at Let’s Make Big Moves 2023, Dempsey will get his payback for earlier losses he has suffered at the hands of the Mexican prodigy by claiming victory over the Cloud superstar.

Despite the ongoing issue surrounding Smash Ultimate, Tweek has signed with MkLeo as a free agent

It has been a little over a week since T1 and Leonardo ‘MkLeo’ Lopez Perez parted ways with TSM, and Tweek has also decided to leave the organization.

At this point, it is still unclear whether anyone will pick up either player. Despite this fact, the future of Smash esports is looking quite gloomy at this time. The widely publicized decision by Nintendo to postpone the finals of the 2022 Smash World Tour generated a backlash, which ultimately resulted in the postponement of the officially licensed Panda Cup.

Beyond The Summit stated that it would be closing its doors after Ultimate Summit 6, a competition in which both Tweek and MkLeo will take part. This announcement came along in the midst of all of the drama that was taking place.

Although all of this is going on, a new strategy that uses the always controversial fighter Steve has led to many individuals calling for the character from Minecraft to be banned, and some competitions have even gone so far as actually to enforce the ban. It will be intriguing to see what the future holds for the Smash video game as the winter continues in the esports scene.

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