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The unusual feeling of seeing Bren Esports falter into the bottom part of the standings. With the recent change of the lineup the world champions are facing elimination in the third week of the tournament. After being dismantled by Blacklist International during their last game Bren will try to shrug off the defeat and look to bounce back against the very energized RSG who just won their last game against a red-hot Onic Philippines who just lost for the first time. The morale of the team is like night and day where at one point we see them as a strong contender and in the next game they will suffer a disappointing loss. Who will take this important “W” for their team, will it be the struggling World Champions? Or, will it be the feisty newcomers?
Bren surprised all of us by picking Nana as he tried to distract the players of RSG. But it did not happen, the split pushing capabilities of Rsg is so superior and broke the rotation of Bren. It was a solid outing for Nathzz and his X-borg who dealt timely last insanity to tilt the teamfights to their favor. Iyaknu (Esmeralda) has been a revelation this season specially with his Esmeralda who pushed the towers and forced Bren to commit on him. In the thirteenth minute of the game Bren started the lord dance and they thought RSG was not ready for it but the mobility of the Ling paid dividends as they made Bren tap-out and wiped out the whole squad on the verge of winning the first game.
Game two on the other hand was a different story as KarlTzy showed us how to use a smash-mount, hard hitting, skull crashing, bone breaking Aldous. In a line-up which consists of heroes that Blacklist International usually used, Bren showed us how to use it the Bren way. Controlling the sidelines was the role of FlapTzy and his Uranus, Ribo and his Barats focused on tanking damages while Malik (Lunox) and KarlTzy focused on the damage department they played like a well-oiled machine. But RSG will not falter just yet Iyaknu (Alice) and Aqua (Beatrix) provided the burst damage that almost steals the game for the gritty RSG squad, Demonkite and his Hayabusa did his part as well as they tried to burst Bren as quick as possible before KarlTzy lands his punches. But it’s a little too late as in the fifteenth minute Aldous is just a one man wrecking crew as he destroys one player after the other and seals the victory and ties the series one game a piece.
Lightning doesn't strike the same place twice as RSG found an antidote against the one man wrecking crew who is Aldous. With the way Bren won game two it is hard to imagine seeing them lose a game against RSG in a dominant fashion and with Bren using Aldous as their core. Unconventional picks were the target for the Resurgent team as they had a Paquito (Demonkite) as a core and a Gloo (Nathzz) as their gold laner. Heath (Rafaela) provided the healing and the mobility that they needed to either escape or initiate teamfights. The control for Bren was there especially with the combo of Aldous and Jawhead (Lusty), Ribo provided the control with his Silvanna and FlapTzy served as the rock that they needed during the skirmish. But the story of the game lies on the hands of the Alice (Iyaknu) who sustained and dealt a lot of damage and serve as the X-factor for a well-deserved victory against the world champions. Can Bren bounce back after a very disappointing outing so far and can RSG continue their dominance against the best of them. The best is yet to come for the boys in white and blue