THE KINGSLAYERS LIVE UP TO THEIR NAME AS THEY SLAY THE KINGS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA

THE KINGSLAYERS LIVE UP TO THEIR NAME AS THEY SLAY THE KINGS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA
Publish Date 19 Sep 2021
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The first game of the series opens with RSG Iy4knu taking his signature Esmeralda and Demonkite securing the Ling, whereas Kelra gets his hands on the Alice and Kielvj as well takes one of his signature heroes: the Lancelot. RSG immediately takes control of the game with a precise execution of their early game, and leaves out OMG with their inhibitor turrets almost 12 minutes into the game, eventually even securing the second lord during the 18-minute mark despite OMG being known as the 18-minute kings, but the game proceeds to last beyond 20 minutes as OMG successfully prolongs the game which is actually one of their main winning conditions considering their lineup with the Alice as well as the Lunox. Nonetheless, RSG outperformed the 18-minute kings for game number 1, and secured the game after a clean almost-wipeout at the orange buff area of RSG, not even at the usual lord pit.

Demonkite gets his Ling once more for game number 2, and we’re seemingly seeing a similar lineup from that of the first game only with some tweaks and changes from both teams. Among both teams, however, RSG shows the better synergy and execution of the early game once more as they constantly win the early teamfights against OMG without Kelra which is also possibly part of the plan for as they leave Kelra to farm and scale up for them to rely on in the latter portions of the game. The game goes on but the lead remains in the hands of RSG, and the kingslayers eventually take the first lord and utilize it to its fullest, not giving any room for OMG to fight back as they prioritize and take out heroes necessary for them to focus on taking out the base. RSG, then, puts an end to the series 13 minutes into the game with a kill score of 14-3. A commendable performance coming in from Demonkite together with Heath played a huge role for their success in this series, but OMG is yet to bounce back once more as they’ve clearly seen and went through this before.

GAME 1:

Duration: 23:59

Score: 23 - 13 in favor of RSG

Match MVP: Heath

GAME 2:

Duration: 13:20

Score: 14 - 3 in favor of RSG

Match MVP: Demonkite

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