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AK gains pole position as Doujin misses The Nationals Tekken 7 Day 6



Tiebreaker Times AK gains pole position as Doujin misses The Nationals Tekken 7 Day 6 ESports News Tekken  Vermillion The Nationals Season 2 STI EOlympians Smart Omega Playbook Laus Esports Pica NatureLover Mawts Maru Jules Happy Feet Emperors Hapon Doujin Don Argus Coffee_Prinz Cignal Ultra BREN Esports AK

Laus Auto Group Playbook Esports’ AK snatched the top spot as teammate Doujin missed Day Six of The Nationals Season Two Tekken 7 tournament group stages, Sunday evening.

AK brought out the broom in day six, sweeping Happy Feet Emperor’s Hapon, 3-1, 3-1, and STI EOlympians’ Don Argus, 3-1, 3-1, spamming Kazumi. The two lopsided victories propelled the reigning Southeast Asian Games silver medalist to the number one seed with 28 points and a 21-8 slate.

Meanwhile, Doujin’s matches against Smart Omega’s Jules and Cignal Ultra Warriors’ Vermillion were postponed which dropped him to the number two stop still with an 18-1 standing for 26 points.

BREN Epro’s Maru bested CUW’s Vermillion, 2-3, 3-1, 3-2, and SEO’s Rakenrol, 3-1, 3-2, playing Anna in both games. Maru reclaimed the third seed with 23 points and a 19-2 win-loss standing.

Hapon, on the other hand, split his assignments, winning over CUW’s NatureLover, 3-2, 3-2 using Leeroy and dropping his match against LPE’s AK, 1-3, 1-3, playing Zafina. He finished day six with an 18-9 card and 22 points, good for the fourth spot.

Vermillion currently sits at the number five slot with 16 wins, 11 losses, and 20 points while HFE’s Coffee_Prinz! crawled up the sixth seat with a 14-7 standing for 16 points.

Pica (14-17) and NatureLover (12-15) both have 16 points in the seventh-place while Jules (13-14) completed the top eight with 15 points.

BRE’s Mawts (11-22), Don Argus, and Rakenrol, placed ninth, tenth, and eleventh with 11, nine, and five points, respectively.

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