RSG REKINDLE THEIR FLAMES FOR VICTORY

RSG REKINDLE THEIR FLAMES FOR VICTORY
Publish Date 18 Sep 2021
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Coming from a clean sweep against the steamrolling Blacklist International, RSG recalibrated their gears and channel their hunger for victory with a sweep of their own in their series game against the feeble TNC today, allowing the team to climb the ladder.

With the keys to victory shown before the match, RSG really showed that they can weather the storms

TNC had the upper hand at the early phase with their well – executed rotation and map awareness, allowing Toshi to secure early items such as the Blade of the Heptaseas and Blade of Despair for early dominance in damage output. The hesitance of TNC to step on with their lead made RSG tiptoe their way back to even the gap, utilizing all the farm they can take and safely playing the map. The gold was funneled into Iy4knu where he was able to provide RSG the damage they needed to come back from the deficit. The picks from TNC including P-God’s Pharsa were not enough to clear the gaps as Heath’s Tigreal took control of any space he could take for executing all wonders around the map. The untraded kill on Chuuu at the 20-minute mark gave the green light to go all in with their man advantage and take the first game for the series with 15 – 6 on the scoreboard.

The battle hungered RSG looked to maximize damage with their picks on the second game, but TNC’s Baxia proved to be a threat for the team with the anti – healing in his kit allows slower pushes and safe plays for the opposing team. An action – packed start was engaged by both teams as the wave – clearing compositions of both teams allowed quick trades for damage and peel off health bars. Demonkite’s Paquito paved the way for RSG’s advantage with fast rotations and jungle clears that helped the health poking heroes secure the kills. With the gold advantage in the hands of RSG, they kept all the pressure towards all lanes and quickly push for the win, a tactic TNC could not execute in the first game. With hands all in for RSG, the team went straight to the nexus and take a breath of relief as they finish off TNC with a clean sweep in hopes to climb their way up to the top of the ladder.

GAME 1: RSG WIN 15-6 (21:12)

GAME 2: RSG WIN 13-5 (11:12)

MVP:

HEATH (RSG), DEMONKITE (RSG)

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