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Ravenking Wins The Box: Lunch Box #2

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Ravenking Wins The Box: Lunch Box #2
This event is part of the series of regular online tournaments. Ryan “Ravenking” McDonough got the victory in Super Smash Bros. singles.

Each esports tournament is a nice opportunity for ambitious players to prove their skills, get super valuable experience, and boost their professional career. The Box: Lunch Box is a series of monthly tournaments, powered by Team Liquid - and this is quite a big event for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players.

On July 29, the community witnessed the second competition of the series - The Box: Lunch Box #2. It had 512 attendees, who fought first for places in Top 64, and then tried to reach the Top 8 part of the tournament.

Ryan “Ravenking” McDonough played in the Winner bracket of Top 64 and won all three matches to proceed to the next stage. In the Winners Semi- and Quarter-Finals, Ravenking won fights against Edgar “Sparg0” Valdez and Tanner “SKITTLES!!” Jordan (the winner of the previous weekly tournament of the sister series The Box: Juice Box #7).

In the Gran Final, Ravenking faced the winner of the Losers Bracket, Enrique “Maister” Hernández Solís. The final score is 2:1, and it was the first big victory for Ryan “Ravenking” McDonough.

Here is the tweet of the winner after The Box: Lunch Box #2:

Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma from Team Liquid streamed the event on his Twitch channel. The guy also participated in the tournament but finished 33rd.

The full stream of The Box: Lunch Box #2 is here:

The Box: Lunch Box #2, full stream

The Top 8 players of this Smash esports event are:

1. Ryan “Ravenking” McDonough (UGS)

2. Enrique “Maister” Hernández Solís (SSG)

3. Tanner “SKITTLES!!” Jordan

4. Edgar “Sparg0” Valdez (XTR)

5. Luis “Lui$” Oceguera

5. David “LeoN” Leon (SSG)

7. Brian “Cosmos” Kalu

7. Spencer “BestNess” Garner (Armada)

The previous event of the monthly Box series took place on June 25. The winner was Gabriel “Epic_Gabriel” Romero.

On August 8, you can enjoy professional Super Smash Bros. Ultimate matches at The Box: Juice Box #8.

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