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In 2022, 41 singles achieved number one on the chart, and 31 acts were awarded first-place trophies. "Hot" by Seventeen had the highest score of the year, with 13,816 points on the June 3 broadcast. Ive's "After Like" won four trophies, making it the most-awarded song of the year. Ive had three number one singles on the chart in 2022 achieved with "Eleven", "Love Dive" and "After Like". The three songs spent a total of nine weeks atop the chart, making Ive the act with the most wins of the year.
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The Smash World Tour 2022 was a Melee and Ultimate tournament circuit hosted by Beardog Events. It was the second and last edition of the circuit, following the 2021 circuit. Announced on March 9, 2022, the circuit featured over 6,400 offline tournaments held around the world from March 12 to November 20, with the organization estimating over 325,000 in-person entrants in total, making it the largest esports tour in the history of any game.
The circuit was meant to culminate with the Smash World Tour Championships in San Antonio, Texas, from December 9-11, 2022. However on November 29, 2022, the Melee and Ultimate Championships were both cancelled, with the organizers claiming they had been instructed to do so by Nintendo; the 2023 edition of the circuit was also cancelled. As such, Apex 2022, held on November 20, retroactively became the de facto conclusion of the circuit.
On November 29, 2022, less than two weeks before the Smash World Championships on December 9-11, the organizers of the Smash World Tour announced the abrupt cancellation of both the Melee and Ultimate events, and therefore the immediate and premature end of the Smash World Tour. They also announced the cancellation of the planned (but then-unconfirmed) Smash World Tour 2023.
In their official statement, SWT claimed that numerous talks were held with Nintendo throughout 2021 and 2022 in hopes of getting an official license for the 2022 circuit. Nintendo appeared supportive of these efforts, but formal approval had not been achieved by the time the circuit was launched in March. In further discussions, Nintendo suggested that a single event license for the Smash World Championships being held in December would suffice. SWT submitted an application for this license, but still had not received formal approval from Nintendo by November. On November 23, another meeting was held between SWT and Nintendo, in which Nintendo officially denied their application. According to SWT, "Nintendo expects us to only operate with a commercial license, and that we would not be granted one for the upcoming Championships, or any activity in 2023". Due to existing contracts and obligations, SWT estimated the cost of this cancellation to be "hundreds of thousands of dollars".
Nintendo responded to SWT's claims via Kotaku, stating: "Unfortunately after continuous conversations with Smash World Tour, and after giving the same deep consideration we apply to any potential partner, we were unable to come to an agreement with SWT for a full circuit in 2023. Nintendo did not request any changes to or cancellation of remaining events in 2022, including the 2022 Championship event, considering the negative impact on the players who were already planning to participate." SWT disputed this, stating that Nintendo had confirmed both verbally and in writing that the 2022 Championships and any 2023 circuit were not to proceed. Per SWT, Nintendo's written notice reads as follows:
In a second statement given to IGN on December 2, 2022, Nintendo claimed that "when we notified the SWT that we would not license their 2022 or 2023 activities, we also let them know verbally that we were not requiring they cancel the 2022 finals event". They also reaffirmed their commitment to Panda as a partner, and stated how "Panda continues to advocate [with Nintendo] on behalf of the Super Smash Bros. community". Allegations regarding Bunney's conduct were not addressed.
To help offset the damage done to the community, Beyond The Summit re-opened registration for Mainstage 2022, with all newly received venue fees going to the SWT organization. As a result, a number of top players who had originally qualified for the Smash World Championship and/or Panda Cup Finale registered at the last minute. Among these late registrants were Melee players aMSa, iBDW, Leffen, Mang0, and moky, and Ultimate players Kola, Maister, and Onin. These extra participants improved the Melee tournament from a A3National to a A2Major.
On December 2, Ludwig announced The Scuffed World Tour, an invitational tournament for both Melee and Ultimate that was scheduled to overlap with the Grand Finals of the Panda Cup Finale. For both games, invites were extended to 8 players with the most points in the Smash World Tour 2022. All money raised by the event was pledged to VGBootCamp.
Join Bills Multimedia Reporter Maddy Glab as she goes 1 on 1 with Bills Linebacker Terrel Bernard. Learn why the 2022 3rd round studies tape of current Bills LB Matt Milano, his favorite hobbies, and how he thinks he'll fit in with the Bills.
On Tuesday, March 22, 2022, Bills head coach Sean McDermott and his wife Jamie McDermott visited Oishei Children's Hospital. $700,000 was raised and donated to Oishei Children's Hospital from the sales of the Fisher Price \"Let's Go Buffalo, Little People\" sets. Due to the support of Bills Mafia, all Wegmans stores sold out of the sets.
On Tuesday, March 22, 2022, Bills head coach Sean McDermott and his wife Jamie McDermott visited Oishei Children's Hospital. $700,000 was raised and donated to Oishei Children's Hospital from the sales of the Fisher Price "Let's Go Buffalo, Little People" sets. Due to the support of Bills Mafia, all Wegmans stores sold out of the sets. 041b061a72