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Abat delivers crucial ultra as South Built goes 2-0 in DPC

Denz “Abat” Anedez’s Gyrocopter played a vital role in Game Three, spearheading South Built Esports’ 2-1 reverse sweep of Army Geniuses in the Dota Pro Circuit 2021 Season Two-Southeast Asia Lower Division, Thursday afternoon.

The former Cignal Ultra star finished with a perfect kill-death-assist tally of 10-0-10 to lead South Built Esports’ 24-8 Game Three domination of the Indonesians, and eventually, to its second victory of the season.

Midlaner Mark Anthony “Bob” Urbina’s Ember Spirit added eight kills and 12 assists against just two deaths while Joshua “Samael” Dela Serna’s Keeper of the Light dished out a game-high 16 assists along with two kills and a death.

Abat scored an ultra kill in the 31-minute mark while Bob had a double kill of his own to force the Army Geniuses to call GG as Game Three ended at exactly 31 minutes and 10 seconds.

Midlaner Tri Daya “MamangDaya” Pamungkas (Morphling) led Army Geniuses with seven kills and three assists while Daud “db-“ Budiawan (Luna) was held to just a kill, three deaths, and three assists.

MamangDaya’s Huskar was unstoppable in the first match, recording 12 kills and nine assists without a death to help the Army Geniuses capture Game One. Unfortunately for them, Abat and Bob joined hands in the crucial Game Two which saw the South Built Esports even the series.

Abat recorded 12 kills and 10 assists against three deaths playing Ursa while Bob’s Void Spirit had eight kills, three deaths, and 10 assists.

South Built Esports looks to make it three win in a row when they face Galaxy Racer on Saturday.

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