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With the regular season coming to a close, these two teams desperately need all the points they can get to position themselves in a better place in terms of the standings. Omega Esports started at 7th place with 13 points, while Bren Esports are at 6th after consecutive wins up to this matchup.
As per Wolf's analysis, the retake and recollect strategy has been beneficial to both of the rounds in this series. Raizen enters the fray once more in Kielvj's absence after winning his first series against ECHO yesterday being the jungler. He'll be using the Lancelot in Game 1 up against KarlTzy himself- with his own mix by picking up Paquito. A really good jungler matchup to watch out for from the get-go. Bren had a pretty good draft as well- Uranus and Chou to hold the line, with Kimmy and Yve to provide the DPS for a 4-Protect-1 lineup.
However, it was an absolute showcase of aggression coming from Omega because of the unexpected turn of events that sided into their favor. The sustaining heroes from Bren were ignored by the Kings of Southeast Asia. Prioritizing the fragile heroes held by Ribo and Pheww, the Guiding Wind-Circling Eagle combo immediately brought the game out of proportion. Aside from that, Ch4knu had an MVP-worthy game for himself after tanking all the damage and providing Ejector plays with the use of his Jawhead to wrap up Game 1.
Some tweaks were made by both teams in the second round. Taking both Paquito and Yve from the other side and adding Grock, Ling and a surprise Aldous for a well-rounded lineup from the S7 Runner-ups. This was answered by the same manner by Bren Esports- picking up Thamuz and Khufra for early engagements, Natan and Alice for late-game insurance and a Pharsa to hold it all down. However, it all went the same way.
With Kelra dealing so much damage come 19 minutes in the game, Bren didn't stand a chance against late-game kings as they busted through the walls to claim three points and oust Bren from 6th place.
GAME 1: 16-6 (12:26)
GAME 2: 18-10 (20:11)