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Bren Esports, Omega Esports impress in M2 Worlds, clinch upper bracket spots

Delfin Dioquino
Bren Esports, Omega Esports impress in M2 Worlds, clinch upper bracket spots

POWERHOUSE. Bren Esports proves its might in the group stage of the Mobile Legends M2 World Championships.

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Bren Esports and Omega Esports both sweep their respective groups to advance to the upper bracket of the Mobile Legends M2 World Championships

Bren Esports and Omega Esports got off to a sterling start in the Mobile Legends M2 World Championships in Singapore after wrapping up the group stage undefeated.

The Filipino teams both swept their respective groups as they both secured their berths in the upper bracket, where the path to the grand finals is much less complicated.

Bren Esports delivered arguably the biggest upset in the tournament so far, stunning powerhouse Alter Ego in Group C.

Alter Ego swept Bren Esports in the finals of MPL Invitational last year, but the Filipinos got their revenge against the Indonesians with a resounding 2-0 verdict in their best-of-three series.

Tank/support Lusty shone in Game 1 with a 5/2/12 KDA (kill-death-assist) with his Chou, while carry KarlTzy led in the series-clinching Game 2 with a 5/1/9 KDA with his Yi Sun-Shin.

KarlTzy also impressed against 10S Gaming Frost of Japan, registering the first savage – 5 straight kills – of the tournament with his Lance.

Omega Esports, meanwhile, took down Group B favorite Todak of Malaysia to open its campaign before it crushed Impunity KH of Cambodia with carry Hadjizy showing the way.

Bren Esports will face the Burmese Ghouls of Myanmar, while Omega Esports will tangle with RRQ Hoshi of Indonesia on Friday, January 22 for a spot in the upper bracket finals. – Rappler.com

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Delfin Dioquino

Delfin Dioquino dreamt of being a PBA player, but he did not have the skills to make it. So he pursued the next best thing to being an athlete – to write about them. He took up journalism at the University of Santo Tomas and joined Rappler as soon as he graduated in 2017.