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Over 80% of Panda Global's sponsored fighting game team appears to have resigned so far - EventHubs

Over 80% of Panda Global's sponsored fighting game team appears to have resigned so far - EventHubs

Over 80% of Panda Global's sponsored fighting game team appears to have resigned so far - EventHubs
Dec 04, 2022 1 min, 5 secs

Following Panda Global's first statement made regarding the controversy surrounding the Smash World Tour's cancellation and behind-the-scenes operations, over 80% Panda's players and commentators from Smash and the wider fighting game community appear to have resigned from the team so far.

The monumental response comes in the aftermath of the Smash World Tour announcing the 2022 championships and entire 2023 season would need to be canceled after Nintendo denied their licensing agreement.

Many other top playes who aren't sponsored by Panda have announced their intentions to no longer attend the Panda Cup Finale including Liquid|Hungrybox, CLG|SFAT, Tempo|Axe, LG|Maister, Liquid|Dabuz, BC|Magi, Furia|Fatality, GG|Zain, VGBC|aMSa, C9|Mang0, Fiction, GG|n0ne, Wizzrobe, T1|MkLeo, CG|Medz, Pipsqueak, FLY|KoDoRiN, LUM|Ginger and CG|Eddy Mexico.

To try and make up for the Smash World Tour 2022 Championships' cancelation, popular streamer Ludwig has announced his intention to host "The Scuffed World Tour" on December 18 with invitations to the top 8 SWT competitors in Smash Ultimate and Melee with the goal of raising money to help VGBC and players.

Since its inception in 2015, Panda quickly grew to be one of the largest and most successful eSports organizations with a growing roster of players, commentators, content creators, streamers, stat trackers and influencers centered around Smash and the FGC

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