UBE Strategy is the Definition of Supremacy

UBE Strategy is the Definition of Supremacy
Publish Date 03 Oct 2022
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A battle of wits and microplay was showcased in the battle between Blacklist International and ECHO for the final battle of the regular season. Compared to the bloodbath that took place in the previous series NXPE and RSG, these two powerhouses played slowly and surely with macro plays and decisions that led to crucial moments that define the series.

The agents opened the game with a classic UBE strategy as the crowd energized the Estes pick by OhMyV33nus and Barats duo for Wise. Both squads focused on durability and survive skirmishes as much as possible, which led to an absence of multiple kills in the first few minutes of the match. OHEB, however, took flight with the Wanwan to finally take first blood in the 4-minute mark which then snowballed into a victorious entry into the base as the Agents took full control of the map and secure the series opener.

A similar story was broadcasted coming into the second game as the UBE special was again served against ECHO, complemented by OHEB’s Claude that made the recipe of redemption of Blacklist International in full swing. When it comes to survival of the fittest, OhMyV33nus’s Estes prevailed over everyone else which unlocked the potential of her squad to be at their best and ensure that ECHO struggle to keep up with the damages being done.

With Blacklist International’s strategy showing supremacy, they conclude the regular season at the number one spot and finish with a clean sweep.

 

Draft:

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Post Match

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MVP

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