Omega Dealt Nexplay the Pain as Lason Strikes Again

Omega Dealt Nexplay the Pain as Lason Strikes Again
Publish Date 23 Sep 2022
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The battle for survival for Nexyplay Evos as Omega is looking to drop them off the cliff of Playoffs dream.

Nexplay Evos despite the pressure of being at the bottom 2 of the leaderboard managed to pull off good early game momentum against Barangay Omega. Both teams were looking for good setups using their roamers, the debut of Elipzio’s Lolita for the side of Nexplay and Ch4knu’s Atlas for Omega. RENEJAY’s Masha having an epithet of Hitman was the real deal this game, securing crucial kills on the damage dealers of Omega. Nexplay snowballed and took control of the map that resulted in 2 Lords, crumbling Omega’s inhibitor turret as the aftermath. Despite the marching Lord taken down by Omega, Nexplay Evos felt the momentum, RENEJAY engaged using Thunderclap almost killing Kelra. This signaled Nexplay to fully commit. Using Cult Altar and a single siege Minion, they managed to take game number one just before the Omega Timer.

Despite the momentum built up by Nexplay in the game one, Omega managed to bounce back as they banned key heroes of Nexplay in game number two. However, Nexplay managed to make trades keeping Omega’s gold lead right below one thousand. The first Lord was just a bunch of false plays from both teams however, Omega gained the lead as Kelra’s Wanwan managed proc his Crossbow of Tang onto Epizo. Several Guardian Barriers from Ch4knu’s Grock used to delay the Lord, leveraged enhanced minions into their favor. Omega was eager to end Nexplay Evos’ base however, a magnificent defense coming from DONUT and YellyHaze forced Omega to reset. As the second Lord spawned, Ch4knu and Kelra flanked and found DONUT, Flicker + Wild Charge combo sealed the fate of DONUT and Yellyhaze. With 3-members left for the side of Nextplay, Omega used violence and forced them to give up their base, extending the series to game number three.

For game number three, Omega opted for the same ban ingredient just like game number two. The game was a stalemate as both teams were even in the early game despite Omega having a minor gold lead. As the first Lord spawned, Omega secured a better position early on. However, Nexplay burst the Lord as soon as they saw Raizen’s Ling on the top lane. Kzen used his Heavy Spin and Retribution at just the perfect moment, securing the major objective. As the second Lord spawned, a long Lord dance was started by Kzen. Omega noticed that Kzen had no backup, they tried to burst him down using Feather Airstrike and Kelra's basic attacks, forcing him to use his Heavy Spin. Elpizo's Mathilda managed to save Kzen, juking Raizen in the process. However, a disaster call from Nexplay as they reengage only to meet Ch4knu’s Wild Charge onto the 3 members of Nexplay, killing them. With only Renejay alive and his sliver of HP, Omega demolished Nexplay Evos’ base, securing a playoff spot for themselves.

 

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