Rob “D20” Hein and Vincent “Cake” Greenholt face off during a meeting of the Penn State Electronic Sports Club Smash Division on Thursday, Feb. 26, in the HUB-R’obeson Center. The Smash Division focuses on competive video gameplay centred around the Smash Bros. game series and attends competitions all over the country.
Rob “D20” Hein and Vincent “Cake” Greenholt face off during a meeting of the Penn State Electronic Sports Club Smash Division on Thursday, Feb. 26, in the HUB-R’obeson Center. The Smash Division focuses on competive video gameplay centred around the Smash Bros. game series and attends competitions all over the country. For the CDT
Rob “D20” Hein and Vincent “Cake” Greenholt face off during a meeting of the Penn State Electronic Sports Club Smash Division on Thursday, Feb. 26, in the HUB-R’obeson Center. The Smash Division focuses on competive video gameplay centred around the Smash Bros. game series and attends competitions all over the country. For the CDT

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