Super Smash Bros. community Melbourne Melee is working with streaming site Mogul for its upcoming events.

The announcement, which was made on Twitter, did not reveal too much details about the partnership, but we do know that future tournaments would be streamed on the platform.

Melbourne Melee is Melbourne’s premiere competitive community for the Super Smash Bros. franchise, specifically the second instalment released 2001, Super Smash Bros. Melee. They are responsible for community’s efforts in tournaments, meet ups, events, live-streams, and results of their local scene.

Almost nearing 18 years after release, Super Smash Bros. Melee still stands as a classic underdog in the competitive scene, even being featured in Evo 2017 and 2018, with an average of 1,300 entrants.

Players playing Smash Bros. action at Melbourne Melee
Credit: Melbourne Melee

Mogul is a streaming website that specialises in hosting easily-accessible online tournaments for such games as skill-based shooter Apex Legends and MOBA Dota 2.

With the partnership rolling, Mogul is keen to keep their followers in the know, saying that there will be “more details on local events to come.”