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Splatoon 2's First Splatfest Sees A Major Upset

One of the biggest arguments we’ve seen being thrown around is that Nintendo’s matchmaking is to blame, as many ketchup players spent the majority of their time waiting to get into a match. And even when they got into a match, they spent the majority of those playing ketchup versus ketchup which, as far as we can tell, doesn’t count toward the team victory totals. I played quite a few hours of Splatoon 2 during this weekend’s event for team ketchup and the above scenario is accurate. My waits to get into matches were surprisingly lengthy and, even when that finally happened, I almost exclusively played against other ketchup teams.

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