CLOSING THE REGULAR SEASON THE NEXPLAY WAY

CLOSING THE REGULAR SEASON THE NEXPLAY WAY
Publish Date 10 Oct 2021
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The last match for this regular season doesn't fail to surprise, as another fresh lineup shows up for the side of Smart Omega, whereas Dogie decides to play as well for NXP EVOS instead of Hesa. Another addition to the list of unique heroes picked since this season has begun--Hanzo was picked up by NXPE, but the surprises don't stop there as a 5-man flameshot battle spell was picked up by this team as well.

Quite the complex lineup that it is, NXPE found it difficult to pull off the necessary conditions for them to gain the upper hand in the first game as OMG immediately takes hold of a tremendous gold lead with a commendable performance from Raizen on the Hayabusa and locks NXPE within their base less than 10 minutes into the game, eventually closing game number one with full dominance in just a span of 12 minutes.

 

Game number 2 began as a game of early farm disruptions initiated by Hito making use of the so-called Diggie feed strategy, but NXPE proceeds to answer as both teams consistently invade and disrupt the farming patterns and usual rotations coming in from both sides.

With too much focus on each team's junglers, the sides were left to do what they wished to do--but it was most impactful and beneficial for H2wo on the Natan as he got the most farm among everyone else and it was impossible to get away from the damage he was capable of bringing out in the latter portions of the game. Nonetheless, the game remained scattered as it was and disregarded minion waves were the cause of the game's end, leaving the score at 1-1.

 

A decent drafting phase took place as the opening to this series' deciding match, and this also served as NXPE SanFord's debut match--and he did not disappoint.

Nexplay EVOS often won their fights and it was not at easy to infiltrate H2wo on the backline due to the double tank setup provided once again by NXPE to protect and initiate for their core, which OMG found difficult to sustain despite their setup since they were countered and immediately bursted. The last series for this regular season, without a doubt, was put to an end the Nexplay way, and we're set to see more this coming playoffs.

 

GAME 1:

Duration: 12:51

Score: 4-39 in favor of OMG

Match MVP: Z4pnu

 

GAME 2:

Duration: 15:40

Score: 26-61 in favor of

Match MVP: Dogie

 

GAME 3:

Duration: 11:27

Score: 6-10 in favor of NXPE

Match MVP: SanFord

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Ceejay Angeles
- 1 month ago
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epic skin ni zilong!notify 789382195
Jayjay Erazo
- 1 month ago
- 1mo
Good game
Devy Risierdo
- 1 month ago
- 1mo
Idol NXPE
Mark GI AN
- 1 month ago
- 1mo
65317473 sana ma pansin:(
Abubakar Lakibul
- 1 month ago
- 1mo
978705183 tank u sanamapansin
Don Louie
- 1 month ago
- 1mo
Not happy with the last OMG vs NXPE match. it was a complete disrespect to MPL & the ESPORT Industry and a clear violation of MPL rules. I hope the management will take appropriate actions immediately. Otherwise, this whole MPL is a joke and wouldn't be worth the respect it deserves at all.
Axel Axel
- 1 month ago
- 1mo
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Ghye Thar
- 1 month ago
- 1mo
For me as audience im so happy while watching in this match compare to the blacklist vs OMG after the game OHEB showed dirty finger