"Parang sobrang tiwala po sa akin ni Coach Panda sa kung anong gawin ko sa laro" - Aqua on Coach Panda's trust being developed over-time.
Amethyst is finally in for the Uncrowned Kings as they try to do their best to secure their very first win in this match. It was a new environment for Ch4knu and the others to listen to a new voice that could guide them to victory. Unfortunately for them, the other side looms a very tough RSG Philippines squad led by Aqua, who has a whopping 18.5 KDA, and Demonkite- the young talent of the Raiders to keep them undefeated.
RSG started the opening salvo with the pressure on Raizen's farming. OMG managed to capitalize by securing a turtle objective while the opposing team immediately went for two of the OMG heroes. Demonkite is masterful with his use of the Fanny- popping off with the use of his fast hands to provide impact at the early stages of the game. You have to give it to Kelra, though! Moskov ultimate to take back the purple buff that Demonkite stole in their own territory. RSG does not allow OMG to have an easy way of getting their own jungle objectives that delays their time to scale in this game. OMG was able to defend and is hopeful to take it to 18 minutes, where they are most known to dominate. RSG keeps their enemies inside their base, faking their Lord take to eliminate Raizen- and completes the equation to take Game 1.
Game 2 was introduced with the same jungle hero roles for both Demonkite and Raizen. It led to Demonkite immediately keeping up with his momentum from the first game. OMG, this time was able to keep up in the early stages to withstand the early-game pressure from the get-go. However, RSG still managed to obtain the necessary objectives to get the lead in the first five minutes. They have always positioned themselves first during objective-taking and the damage coming from OMG is still not enough to get in with the engages, which leads to a two-thousand gold lead for the Raiders. However, OMG knew that their ability to win team fights because of their composition would be the way for them to bounce back and catch up in spite of the gold and level gaps. With Aqua securing the Luminous Lord at the 14th minute of the game was all it took as the superhero landing of Demonkite and his cables were the icing on the cake as RSG PH finished off OMG and swept the series for good.
GAME 1 OMG 6-17 RSG PH
MVP: DEMONKITE (FANNY 7/1/8)
GAME 2 RSG PH 15-9 OMG
MVP: AQUA (CECILION 2/1/7)