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Doujin, AK dominate Day 2 of The Nationals Tekken 7



Tiebreaker Times Doujin, AK dominate Day 2 of The Nationals Tekken 7 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

Doujin kept top dog status, while AK climbed up the standings as Laus Playbook Esports reigned over Day Two of The Nationals’ Season Two Tekken 7 conference, Sunday evening.

Doujin — who won bronze in the recent Southeast Asian Games — pulled off a come-from-behind victory over Happy Feet Emperor’s Coffee_Prinz! 0-3, 3-0, 3-1, using Lily in the first match and Leo in the last two.

He then swept STI EOlympians’ Rakenrol, 3-1, 3-1, playing Lily in both games to push his win-loss card to 8-1 — good for the number one seed with 11 points.

Meanwhile, fellow SEA Games medalist AK crawled up the ladder by sweeping his assignments in Smart Omega’s Pica 3-2, 3-2; and NatureLover of Cignal Ultra Warriors, 3-1, 3-2. He moved up to the second spot with an 8-2 slate for nine 10 points.

Ak — who is also part of LPE’s Mobile Legends roster — spammed Leroy in all of his matches.

Cignal Ultra Warriors’ Vermillion, who placed second in the opening day, fell to the third spot after splitting his Day Two matches. The Cignal bet dominated Coffee_Prinz!, 3-0, 3-1; then fell prey to HFE’s Hapin, 3-0, 0-3, 2-3, dropping to a 7-3 slate with nine points.

SMO’s Jules (6-4), HFE’s Hapon (6-4), and Maru (6-5) from BREN Epro locked a three-way logjam in the fourth spot with seven points each.

Don Argus of SEO claimed a solo fifth spot with a 5-2 standing for five points.

SEO’s Rakenrol and CUW’s NatureLover tied at the sixth place with 4-7 and 3-6 cards, respectively, tallying four points apiece.

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Coffee_Prinz! of HFE and BREN Epro’s Mawts had identical records of 3-8 for three points, forging a tie in the seventh seed. Meanwhile, SMO’s Pica remained dead-last with a 2-7 card for two points.