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Melee at Battle Arena Melbourne 9

Super Smash Bros. Melee has been at the heart of BAM since it's inception and 2017 is the year that BAM goes BIG.

BIG Combos and BIG Upsets. You thought last year was big? Think again.

The hand offs. The chain grabs. The tippers. The multi-shines.

Will SA Nick reign supreme or will Spud have his revenge? Will there be a new challenger?

When it comes to that one weekend in May when a champion is crowned, where will you be?

Make sure you stay tuned to the end for a special announcement!

Register now at:
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Compendium now live at: https://smash.gg/tournament/battle-arena-melbourne-9/shop/bam9-shop

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