Both Super Smash Bros. 4 and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate are home to a long list of completed amiibo tournaments. These are held online with the aid of Amiibo Powersaves; trainers can use the device to back up their amiibo and send the file to a tournament host to compete on their console. A list of all major tournaments can be found on this page, while a regularly updated Ultimate-centic spreadsheet is available here. New listings are posted in the Exion Discord server’s #tournaments channel.
Amiibo World Tournament
Hosted by Amiibo Dan, Amiibo World Tournaments were the first major online competitions. Though two Amiibo World Tournaments were held prior, Amiibo World Tournament 3 was the first “amiibo supermajor” with 42 entries and high stakes. Amiibo World Tournaments were discontinued in June 2016.
Amiibrawl is an ongoing tournament series hosted by TMac. It has hosted Smash 4 and Smash Ultimate amiibo tourneys and its rules sometimes change to make for more interesting competitions. To date, there have been over forty Amiibrawl tournaments, and each has had a unique winner. The series has a Twitter account and a YouTube channel.
Splice hosts a wide variety of amiibo tournaments that span several days or weeks. They are among the most credible and consistent competitions and are held in high regard by the community. A few of Splice’s tournament series include S.A.L.T.I. and S.L.A.P. and can be viewed on the SpliceStream Twitch channel.
F.R.O.S.T. (often stylized as FROST) was a series of Smash 4 amiibo tournaments hosted by Hamplition. Each one featured a wildly different ruleset to help break up the repetition of the late Smash 4 metagame. They were discontinued prior to the release of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on December 7, 2018.
An elite tournament series hosted by Leaf. Several groups of amiibo fight to advance to the second stage – a double elimination competition – in hopes of claiming the championship title. Konoha Seishin uses an invite system to invite esteemed amiibo that have won tournaments in the past.