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2021 SEA Games

Donut, Cadenza lift Nexplay to reverse sweep of Omega in Sibol ML tryouts

Nexplay EVOS took out Omega Esports via a reverse 2-1 sweep to advance to the third round of the SIBOL Mobile Legends: Bang Bang National Team Selection powered by SMART lower bracket, Saturday afternoon.

In the final siege of Game Three, Kenneth “Cadenza” Castro (Ruby) caught three Omega Esports’ members with his Don’t Run, Wolf King which kick-started the game-winning, four-man wipe for Nexplay EVOS.

Marius “Donut” Tan (Wanwan) starred with eight kills and three assists against just one death in the 14-5 win while Cadenza had a game-high 11 assists laced with one death in 14 minutes and 51 seconds.

With the win, Nexplay EVOS will take on ONIC PH for a spot in the losers’ bracket finale.

Patrick “E2MAX” Caidic (Kagura) caught three Nexplay EVOS members with his Yin Yang Overturn in Game One which resulted in a four-man wipe. Also, Dean “Raizen” Sumagui (Ling) secured the Luminous Lord to give Omega Esports a 1-0 advantage in the series.

Raizen finished with seven kills, a death, and three assists while E2MAX chipped in two kills and nine assists against three deaths in the 15-13 win in 19 minutes and 33 seconds.

During Game Two, the duo of Donut (Claude) and Jeniel “Haze” Bata-anon (Cecilion) proved to be too much for Omega Esports’ frontline, resulting in a 16-7 win for Nexplay EVOS which tied the series at 1-all.

Haze collected nine assists and three kills in the 24:06-minute victory while Donut had three kills, two deaths, and eight assists for Nexplay EVOS.

The Nexplay EVOS-ONIC PH match will take place later in the day.

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