Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World Championship

During the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World Championship, Nintendo of America's newly-appointed President Doug Bowser announced players located in the United States, Canada and Mexico would be able to keep on smashing in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Online Open.

The event starts in June (aka. this month) and registrations are now open. Here are the finer details, courtesy of Nintendo:

The event will be open to Players 13 & up from the U.S. and Canada (minus Quebec) and 18 years & up from Mexico, and registration runs through 7 a.m. on June 29 or 7 a.m. on June 30, depending on the region.

The four winners will receive travel, accommodation and registration to play Super Smash Bros. Ultimate at EVO 2019 in Las Vegas. You can find out more information about the online open, including the rule set, on the events page of the Nintendo website.

If you live in this region, tell us if you'll be participating in this upcoming event.