Reality Rift Don’t make playoffs at ONE Esports Dota Two SEA League

Today we watched the culmination of ONE Esports Dota two Southeast Asia League’s group stage using two best-of-two series, a tiebreaker best-of-one, and also the chance of tiebreaker action also, as the teams have been battling to prevent elimination.

Opening the last day in the event would visit Fact Rift and Team Adroit fighting what are their very first meeting of this afternoon — a best-of-two. With the two teams sitting extremely near elimination, a reduction for would spell the end of the championship resides — although a draw would produce a tiebreaker position between them. Yet, game two watched RR glow as they pummeled their competition into entry, tying the series at 1-1 — but leaving both groups to play a tiebreaker best-of-one.

Today we watched the culmination of ONE Esports Dota two Southeast Asia League’s group stage using two best-of-two series, a tiebreaker best-of-one, and also the chance of tiebreaker action also, as the teams have been battling to prevent elimination.

Opening the last day in the event would visit Fact Rift and Team Adroit fighting what are their very first meeting of this afternoon — a best-of-two. With the two teams sitting extremely near elimination, a reduction for would spell the end of the championship resides — although a draw would produce a tiebreaker position between them. Adroit devastated their competition, with Mc Nicholson’Mac’ Villanueva moving 13-0-16 on his Shadowfiend. Yet, game two watched RR glow as they pummeled their opponent into entry, tying the series at 1-1 — but leaving both groups to play a tiebreaker best-of-one.

Victory from the tiebreaker would observe the winner moving to the playoffs, albeit to the lower bracket, while a reduction would spell removal out of ONE Esports Dota two SEA League. Fundamentally making this third match in a best-of-three between the 2 teams, Adroit managed to find their footing with a wonderful draft that comprised a Naga Siren out of John’Natsumi’ Anthony Vargas and Marvin’Boombacs’ Rushton’s Tiny. RR had no way to fight and at a little over 30-minutes, the tiebreaker was with Adroit walking as victors.

Between the initial show and also the tiebreaker, we watched TNC Predator carrying on T1, in some string where T1 could prevent having to play with tiebreakers themselves by asserting one win. For TNC, top bracket playoff activity was confirmed, and this show would only be another in their street back to the peak of the SEA podium. Game one was rather even for quite a while, together with TNC pulling ahead temporarily and T1 clawing back in other moments — but in the long run, it had been the Armel Paul’Armel’ Tabios Doom that helped guarantee a win. However, T1 weren’t down and out just yet, using a gorgeous 16-0-11 Spectre out of Muhammed’inYourdreaM’ Rizky ruining TNC in game two and clutching a very important victory.

The win secured T1 a lesser bracket showing at the playoffs, while also preventing them by a tiebreaker situation.

Fnatic vs Neon Esports
TNC Predator vs Geek Fam
Reduced Bracket

BOOM Esports vs Team Adroit
New Esports vs T1
Playoffs for ONE Esports Dota two SEA League kick in a little under three days’ period on July 15th, with the top bracket watching the first action — as teams start their struggle ahead of the July 19th grand closing. With a few of those series being exceptionally hype within the area, we are guaranteed to find some spectacular Dota two actions in the forthcoming days.