Noble signs Soonsay as first Super Smash Bros. Melee player

Noble has entered competitive Super Smash Bros. Melee for the first time by signing Miles “Soonsay” Foster. Previously, Noble’s esports roster included a handful of Smash 4 players, including Tommy “Ryo” Janky and Manny Medina. However, Noble dissolved its Smash 4 team in August 2017. Jon “Sol” Lackey, another Smash 4 player, stayed on the team as a streamer and ARMS player, making him Noble’s sole Smash player for a few years. Despite the organization’s history with Smash, Soonsay will be the first Melee player to join the ranks of Noble. He is also a livestreamer on Twitch, best known […] The post Noble signs Soonsay as first Super Smash Bros. Melee player appeared first on Daily Esports.
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