Jason Zimmerman

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Mew2King
Jason Zimmerman
Status Active
Born Jason Sheldon Zimmerman
(1989-02-05) February 5, 1989 (age 29)
Hometown Cinnaminson Township, New Jersey
Nationality United States (American)
Current team Echo Fox, Most Valuable Gaming
Games Super Smash Bros.
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Project M
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
Career prize money $218,283.12
Nickname(s) M2K
The Robot
Professional career
2011–2014 CLASH Tournaments
2009–2015 Empire Arcadia
2012–2014 Play-For-Keeps
2014–present Most Valuable Gaming
2014–?? Pastime Legends
2015–2016 COGnitive Gaming
2016–present Echo Fox

Jason Sheldon Zimmerman[1] (born February 5, 1989), known by his gamertag Mew2King, shortened as M2K, is an American professional Super Smash Bros. player.[2] He has won more than 70 tournaments during his career, primarily in Super Smash Bros. Melee. He is one of the "Five Gods" of Melee, along with Juan "Hungrybox" Debiedma, Adam "Armada" Lindgren, Kevin "PPMD" Nanney, and Joseph "Mang0" Marquez and is also one of the most accomplished Super Smash Bros. Brawl players ever.[3][4] He is a skilled player of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Project M as well.

In Melee Mew2King primarily plays Marth, Sheik, and Fox, while he plays Meta Knight in Brawl. He uses his namesake character Mewtwo, as well as Fox and Mario, in Project M and specializes as Kirby in Super Smash Bros. 64. In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Mew2King's primary character is Cloud. Mew2King's extremely methodical style of play, as well as his knowledge of frame data in Melee, has earned him the nickname The Robot.[5] He is known to play Melee using a claw-like grip on his controller. For his skill across every Smash Bros game, he is regarded by some as the greatest smasher of all time.[6] He is a member of Echo Fox.

Gaming career[edit]

Mew2King began competing in tournaments in 2005 at the age of 16.[7] Kashan "Chillindude" Khan described M2K as having little natural aptitude for the game, becoming good solely through practicing a lot.[1] During 2006, Mew2King went from being relatively unknown to being one of the best players in the game.[4] In 2004, he spent over 2,000 hours with help from SuperDoodleMan collecting data about various attacks and movements in Melee.[1][8] In 2007, he managed to place 9th at EVO World 2007.[9] Zimmerman was considered the best Melee and Brawl player from 2008–2009.[1] From 2010–2014, his tournament placing declined and he began losing to improving newer players. Zimmerman and Wyatt "ADHD" Beekman, were banned by Major League Gaming from competing in MLG Dallas 2010, after the two had allegedly conspired to manipulate brackets at Brawl event at MLG DC 2010.[10] The ban came after ADHD had stated that he paid Mew2King US$300 to lose the loser's bracket final, a violation of MLG rules. MLG dropped Brawl from their pro circuit at the end of 2010.[11]

For most of 2013, M2K had not won a major tournament all year until he went on a winning streak where he won virtually all of his fights, including against Mango, whom he had not beaten for several years.[12] In 2014, Mew2King lost to aMSa in winners quarters and Armada in losers finals at Kings of Cali 4.[13] Mew2King finished 2nd to Mango at Big House 4 in Romulus, Michigan.[14] After a complex leveling game, Juan "Hungrybox" Debiedma defeated Zimmerman at Paragon Orlando 2015.[15]

From 2007 to 2014 Mew2King was member of Empire Arcadia (EMP), a company that has also sponsored e-sports players such as Justin Wong. He left the organization after having issues with back payment from the organization.[16] Zimmerman alleges that since 2009 EMP president Isaiah "Triforce" Johnson has owed him "US$5k total more/less" and has lent Johnson more than US$1,000.[17] From 2011 to 2014 Mew2King was sponsored by CLASH Tournaments (CT).[18] From 2012 to 2014 Mew2King was signed with Vancouver-based Play-For-Keeps, an online e-sports betting service.[19] Mew2King has supported Pastime Gaming and Most Valuable Gaming since late 2014, and started working as a business manager for the latter. By late 2014 to early 2015, Mew2King began focusing his time on Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and online streaming and plans on playing fewer online tournaments due to hand problems.[20] His tournament placings have also declined, placing tied for 9th at Apex 2015.[21][22] In April 2015 he became a member of esports team COGnitive Gaming.[23] Around June 2015, Mew2king suffered a hand injury and missed CEO 2015 and EVO 2015. He did however attend Super Smash Con in August 2015 where he placed 2nd after losing to Leffen. On August 31 he defeated Leffen in the grand finals of PAX Prime 2015, thereby ending the streak of Swedish players winning national tournaments.[24] At Paragon Los Angeles 2015, Mew2King placed second, losing to Mango in Grand Finals.[25]

Mew2King finished 9-12th in Melee singles at GENESIS 3 in January. In early April Mew2King left COGnitive. On April 17, 2016 Mew2King joined Echo Fox.[26]

Mew2King finished in 1st place in Melee singles at Smash Summit 6 in May 2018. Mew2King did not lose in the bracket stage, managing to defeat Armada twice, including during the grand finals. He became the first player to win a Smash Summit event outside of Armada and Hungrybox. [27]

Personal life[edit]

Mew2King's handle comes from the Pokémon Mewtwo. Zimmerman grew up in Cinnaminson Township, New Jersey and is a 2007 graduate of Cinnaminson High School.[28] He attended Lorain County Community College before transferring to Camden County College, from where he has an associate degree in game design/computer science. Mew2King says that he had to do an additional half-year of school again because the several credits would not transfer.[29] He is uninterested in pursuing a bachelor's degree.[30]

Zimmerman is diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome.[31] Zimmerman has suffered from "periodic depression" during his career.[17] He has attributed much of his social growth to the Smash community.[1]

From May 2014 - – November 2014 he lived in Los Angeles, California with YouTube gaming personality Sky Williams, who houses several other professional gamers. In early 2015, Mew2King moved to Phoenix, Arizona. In summer 2015, he moved to Florida. Zimmerman is a full-time video game player who streams on twitch.tv[32] and attends tournaments almost every week.[5] He is a co-owner of video game tournament organizing company Most Valuable Gaming.

Popular culture[edit]

A 2009 photo of Mew2King getting kissed by a girl at Tipped Off 5 has become a widely circulated viral image across the internet. [33]. This is an example of Mew2King's silly moments inside and outside tournaments, which are known in the community as "lolm2k" moments.

Notable tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Tournament[34] Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Gettin' Schooled 2 June 25–26, 2005 23rd 22nd PimpUigi
BOMB 4 November 12, 2005 9th 1st Vidjogamer
MLG New York Opener 2005 April 21–23, 2006 7th 5th Eddie
MLG Dallas 2006 May 19–20, 2006 7th 7th NEO
MLG Anaheim 2006 June 23–24, 2006 5th 7th The King
MELEE-FC6 July 13–15, 2006 2nd 1st Vidjogamer
MLG Chicago 2006 July 21–22, 2006 3rd 3rd KoreanDJ
Zero Challenge 2 August 15–17, 2006 3rd 4th KoreanDJ
MLG Orlando 2006 August 25–26, 2006 5th 3rd Vidjogamer
MLG New York Playoffs 2006 October 13–14, 2006 5th 2nd The King
MLG Las Vegas 2006 November 18, 2006 4th 3rd The King
Cataclysm 3 March 3–4, 2007 1st 1st Isai
MLG Long Island 2007 May 5–6, 2007 2nd 1st Isai
EVO East May 25–27, 2007 1st
Pound 2 June 16–17, 2007 2nd 1st PC Chris
MELEE-FC Diamond July 12–14, 2007 1st 5th Isai
Zero Challenge 3 July 20–22, 2007 2nd 4th ChuDat
EVO West 2007 July 27–29, 2007 1st
EVO World 2007 August 24–26, 2007 9th
Super Champ Combo September 29–30, 2007 1st 4th HugS
C3 A Tournament In October October 20, 2007 1st 2nd PC Chris
Viva La Smashtaclysm November 10–11, 2007 4th 2nd Vidjogamer
Pound 3 February 2–3, 2008 2nd 1st Azen
Revival of Melee March 7–8, 2009 2nd 2nd Jman
Apex 2009 May 9–10, 2009 2nd 1st Jman
GENESIS July 10–12, 2009 5th 1st Jman
S.N.E.S. August 21–23, 2009 3rd 2nd Cort
Pound 4 January 16–18, 2010 5th 49th Jman
Apex 2010 August 6–8, 2010 3rd 2nd Jman
Revival of Melee 3 November 20–21, 2010 2nd 5th Darc
Winter Game Fest VI January 22–24, 2011 5th 1st PPMD
Pound V February 19–21, 2011 5th 1st Armada
GENESIS 2 July 15–17, 2011 5th 2nd PPMD
Revival of Melee 4 November 19–20, 2011 3rd 1st Kage
Apex 2012 January 6–8, 2012 17th 1st Armada
Zenith 2012 May 26–27, 2012 2nd 1st Jman
IMPULSE June 30-July 1, 2012 4th 5th Toph
Revival of Melee 5 November 17–18, 2012 1st 1st Chillin
Apex 2013 January 11–13, 2013 3rd 1st Armada
Zenith 2013 June 1–2, 2013 3rd 1st Hax
EVO 2013 July 12–14, 2013 5th 1st Hungrybox
The Big House 3 October 12–13, 2013 1st 1st Hungrybox
The Break Smash Weekly #03 November 8, 2013 1st
Pound V.5 November 9, 2013 1st 1st Mango
Revival of Melee 6 November 16–17, 2013 1st 1st Hungrybox
Kings of Cali 3 December 14–15, 2013 1st 1st Lucky
KTAR 8 December 28, 2013 1st 1st PB&J
McSmashter 3 January 11–12, 2014 1st 2nd Weon-X
Apex 2014 January 17–19, 2014 2nd 1st Hax
Shuffle V February 22–23, 2014 1st 1st Hungrybox
Polybash XIII March 1–2, 2014 1st 1st Vwins
Revival of Melee 7 March 8–9, 2014 2nd 1st Hax
Smashing Grounds 5 March 20, 2014 1st
KTAR 9 March 22, 2014 1st 1st ZeRo
Northwest Majors VI May 2–4, 2014 1st 1st Bladewise
Get On My Level 2014 May 10–11, 2014 3rd 1st Hungrybox
Pat's House 2 May 24–25, 2014 1st 1st Hungrybox
SKTAR 3 May 31-June 1, 2014 2nd 1st Armada
Super SWEET June 7–8, 2014 2nd 1st Armada
SSS Lock-In June 14–15, 2014 2nd 1st Armada
MLG Anaheim 2014 June 20–22, 2014 3rd 1st Armada
CEO 2014 June 27–29, 2014 4th 1st Armada
Kings of Cali 4 July 5–6, 2014 3rd 1st Armada
EVO 2014 July 11–13, 2014 5th 2nd Hax
Zenith 2014 August 2–3, 2014 1st 1st Hax
Infinity and Beyond! 18 August 14, 2014 1st
Low Tier City 2 August 16–17, 2014 1st 2nd PB&J
Smash the Record August 22–25, 2014 2nd
Tipped Off 10 September 20–21, 2014 2nd 2nd Colbol
The Big House 4 October 4–5, 2014 2nd 1st Armada
Do You Fox Wit It? November 15–16, 2014 13th 1st Hax
KTAR XI November 22, 2014 1st (Split) 1st Hax
The Come Up December 6–7, 2014 1st 1st Weon-X
Pacific Northwest Regional December 20–21, 2014 1st
Paragon 2015 January 17–18, 2015 2nd 4th Armada
Apex 2015 January 30-February 1, 2015 9th 1st Hungrybox
Shots Fired February 28-March 1, 2015 1st 1st VaNz
MVG Sandstorm April 18–19, 2015 49th (Forfeit) 2nd Armada
Press Start May 9–10, 2015 7th 1st Hungrybox
Revelation 2 May 16–17, 2015 1st 1st Cactuar
Smash 'N' Splash June 13–14, 2015 1st 1st Vidjogamer
EXP 2015 June 28–29, 2015 1st 1st SFAT
WTFox July 10–11, 2015 4th 1st Armada
Smash Factor 4 July 24–26, 2015 1st 1st Valdo
Low Tier City 3 August 1–2, 2015 2nd 1st Axe
Smash @ Xanadu Wednesday 8/6 August 6, 2015 1st
Super Smash Con August 6–9, 2015 2nd 2nd Wizzrobe
PAX Prime 2015 August 28–30, 2015 1st 2nd HugS
The Big House 5 October 2–4, 2015 3rd 2nd Hungrybox
MLG World Finals 2015 October 16–18, 2015 2nd 1st Wizzrobe
Smash Summit November 5–8, 2015 3rd 2nd Armada
GENESIS 3 January 15–17, 2016 9th 1st Armada
Battle of the Five Gods March 17–19, 2016 7th
Smash Summit 2 April 21–24, 2016 3rd 1st Armada
Enthusiast Gaming Live Expo April 29-May 1, 2016 3rd 1st Armada
DreamHack Austin 2016 May 6–8, 2016 3rd
Get On My Level 2016 May 20–22, 2016 9th
Smash'N'Splash 2 June 11–12, 2016 3rd 3rd Prince Abu
Apex 2016 June 17–19, 2016 1st 2nd Jman
CEO 2016 June 24–25, 2016 2nd 1st Hungrybox
WTFox 2 July 1–3, 2016 3rd 1st Armada
EVO 2016 July 15–17, 2016 5th 2nd Hungrybox
Clutch City Clash August 6–7, 2016 1st 1st SFAT
Super Smash Con 2016 August 11–14, 2016 3rd 1st Ice
Endgame August 20–21, 2016 1st
Shine 2016 August 26–28, 2016 1st 1st Plup
The Big House 6 October 7–9, 2016 4th 5th Hungrybox
Canada Cup 2016 October 28–30, 2016 3rd 1st Armada
Smash Summit 3 November 3–6, 2016 3rd 1st Armada
UGC Smash Open December 2–4, 2016 2nd 4th Hungrybox
GENESIS 4 January 20–22, 2017 3rd 5th Hungrybox
Smash Summit - Spring 2017 March 2-5, 2017 4th 1st Armada
EVO 2017 July 15-16, 2017 4th
Smash Summit 6 May 3-6, 2018 1st 3rd Plup

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Tournament[35] Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Critical Hit 3 July 5, 2008 1st 2nd Velocity
FAST 1 July 17–20, 2008 1st 1st Cort
Clash of the Titans IV February 7–8, 2009 1st 1st Lee Martin
WHOBO April 10–12, 2009 1st 1st Inui
Apex 2009 May 9–10, 2009 2nd 1st Ally
GENESIS July 10–12, 2009 2nd 1st Fiction
EVO 2009 July 17–19, 2009 1st 1st Ally
S.N.E.S. August 21–23, 2009 3rd 1st Ally
Active Gamers September 26–27, 2009 1st 1st Tyrant
Pound 4 January 16–18, 2010 2nd 1st Ally
WHOBO 2 April 2–4, 2010 2nd 1st Ally
MLG Orlando 2010 April 16–18, 2010 1st 1st Ally
MLG Columbus 2010 June 4–6, 2010 1st 1st Ally
Apex 2010 August 6–8, 2010 3rd 1st Lee Martin
MLG Raleigh 2010 August 27–29, 2010 1st 1st Ally
MLG DC 2010 October 15–17, 2010 3rd 2nd Ally
Winter Game Fest VI January 22–23, 2011 1st 1st Lee Martin
Pound V February 19–21, 2011 9th 1st Anti
GENESIS 2 July 15–17, 2011 1st 1st Ally
KTAR 6 August 14, 2011 5th 1st Anti
Apex 2012 January 6–8, 2012 13th 2nd Anti
Clash of the Titans 6 June 2–3, 2012 3rd 1st ADHD
IMPULSE (MK-banned) June 30-July 1, 2012 5th Meekspeedy
SKTAR July 14–15, 2012 9th 1st Trela
Sun Rise Tournament August 10–12, 2012 7th 17th Vinnie
Apex 2013 January 11–13, 2013 2nd 2nd Ally
WHOBO 5 (MK-banned) October 19–20, 2013 17th 4th Mekos
KTAR 8 December 28, 2013 1st 5th Shaky
Smash Factor 2 January 3–5, 2014 2nd 1st ZeRo
Apex 2014 January 17–19, 2014 4th 7th Lee Martin
Shuffle V February 22–23, 2014 3rd 2nd MJG
Polybash XIII March 1–2, 2014 1st 2nd Chibo
KTAR 9 March 22, 2014 2nd 5th Inui
Northwest Majors VI May 2–4, 2014 1st
Get On My Level 2014 May 10–11, 2014 1st 1st Nakat
SKTAR 3 May 31-June 1, 2014 2nd Ally
Super Smash Con August 6–9, 2015 1st
Super Smash Con 2016 August 11–14, 2016 9th
Endgame August 20–21, 2016 1st

Project M[edit]

Tournament[36] Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Zenith 2012 May 26–27, 2012 9th
Zenith 2013 June 1–2, 2013 5th
The Big House 3 October 12–13, 2013 4th 1st Hungrybox
Pound V.5 November 9, 2013 1st
KTAR 8 December 28, 2013 1st
McSmashter 3 January 11–12, 2014 1st 1st Toronto Joe
Apex 2014 January 17–19, 2014 2nd
Shuffle V February 22–23, 2014 1st 2nd Strong Bad
Polybash XIII March 1–2, 2014 1st 1st Ally
KTAR 9 March 22, 2014 1st 1st Rolex
Northwest Majors VI May 2–4, 2014 1st
SKTAR 3 May 31-June 1, 2014 2nd 2nd Armada
Super SWEET June 7–8, 2014 2nd
CEO 2014 June 27–29, 2014 3rd 2nd ZeRo
Zenith 2014 August 2–3, 2014 4th 1st ZeRo
Infinity and Beyond! 18 August 14, 2014 1st
Low Tier City 2 August 16–17, 2014 1st 1st Infinity
Infinity and Beyond! 19 August 22, 2014 1st 3rd Infinity
Tipped Off 10 September 20–21, 2014 3rd 3rd Hungrybox
The Big House 4 October 4–5, 2014 3rd 1st ZeRo
KTAR XI November 22, 2014 1st (Split) 1st Rolex
Pacific Northwest Regional December 20–21, 2014 1st
Paragon 2015 Orlando January 17–18, 2015 1st
Paragon 2015 Los Angeles September 5–6, 2015 3rd 6th (Split) Ally
Smash'N'Splash 2 June 11–12, 2016 9th 1st MrLz
WTFox 2 July 1–3, 2016 1st Hungrybox
Clutch City Clash August 6–7, 2016 2nd Ally
Endgame August 20–21, 2016 1st

Super Smash Bros.[edit]

Tournament[37] Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
D.D.O.S. September 17, 2013 1st
WHOBO 5 October 19–20, 2013 1st
Polybash XIII March 1–2, 2014 3rd 1st (Split) Fireblaster

Super Smash Bros. for 3DS[edit]

Tournament[38] Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Tipped Off 10 September 20–21, 2014 2nd
Do You Fox Wit It? November 15–16, 2014 1st

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Tournament[39] Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
KTAR XI November 22, 2014 2nd 4th Vinnie
The Come Up December 6–7, 2014 4th 1st Ally
Pacific Northwest Regional December 20–21, 2014 1st
Paragon 2015 January 17–18, 2015 1st
MVG Super Smash Bros. Tournament January 25, 2015 1st
Apex 2015 January 30-February 1, 2015 5th 1st ZeRo
Shots Fired February 28-March 1, 2015 4th 1st Ally
MVG Sandstorm April 18–19, 2015 3rd 1st ZeRo
Chokaigi 2015 April 25–26, 2015 2nd 1st ZeRo
Revelation 2 May 16–17, 2015 5th 2nd MVD
Smash 'N' Splash June 13–14, 2015 5th 1st Ally
EXP 2015 June 28–29, 2015 5th 1st Ally
WTFox July 10–11, 2015 1st
Smash Factor 4 July 24–26, 2015 5th Max Ketchum
Low Tier City 3 August 1–2, 2015 2nd ZeRo
PAX Prime 2015 August 28–30, 2015 3rd 5th Logic
Shots Fired 2 March 5–6, 2016 5th 1st Ally
Enthusiast Gaming Live Expo April 29-May 1, 2016 3rd 1st Ally
Get On My Level 2016 May 20–22, 2016 5th 2nd Nairo
Smash'N'Splash 2 June 11–12, 2016 5th 1st Ally
Apex 2016 June 17–19, 2016 4th 2nd VoiD
CEO 2016 June 24–26, 2016 97th 1st Ally
WTFox 2 July 1–3, 2016 5th 2nd Dabuz
Clutch City Clash August 6–7, 2016 5th 1st Ally
Endgame August 20–21, 2016 2nd 2nd Trela
Shine 2016 August 26–28, 2016 5th 1st Anti
The Big House 6 October 7–9, 2016 25th 2nd Ally
Canada Cup 2016 October 28–30, 2016 3rd 2nd Ally

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