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Doujin secures top seed as two playoff spots remain in balance in The Nationals Tekken

Doujin of Laus Auto Group Playbook Esports maintained distance from the pack while the last two spots in the playoffs remained open after the ninth day of The Nationals Season 2 Tekken 7, Saturday evening.

The Southeast Asian Games bronze medalist dropped his first game against BREN Epro’s Mawts 3-0, 1-3, 0-3, spamming King and then defeated Maru, 3-2, 0-3, 3-2, using Lucky Chloe and Claudio in the final match.

Doujin currently boasts a 30-10 card with 42 points in the first place.

Cignal Ultra Warriors’ Vermillion kept the number two spot, splitting his assignments with a win on LPE’s AK 3-0, 1-3, 3-2 and a 0-3, 3-2, 1-3 loss against BRE’s Mawts.

Vermillion used Feng in his first two games against AK and finished him off with Zafina. He then opened with Paul against Mawts and lost two straight rounds using Feng. He now has a 29-15 standing good for 37 points — five points behind Doujin.

BRE’s Maru (29-19) and LPE’s AK (27-18) both collected 34 points to forge a two-way tie for the third and fourth seed.

Happy Feet Emperors’ Hapon tallied 26 wins and 18 losses for 32 points — good for fifth while CUW’s NatureLover has a 21-19 card and 29 points for the sixth place.

The top six players have already secured a spot in the playoffs.

HFE’s Coffee-Prinz! (22-24) and Smart Omega’s Jules (19-23) gathered 26 and 23 points to keep a hold of the last two quarterfinal berths.

BRE’s Mawts (21-28) is in the ninth spot, trailing Jules by a thread with 22 points while SMO’s Pica (17-29) is still alive with 19 points at tenth.

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The STI E-olympians duo of Don Argus (15-29) and RakEnRol (9-33) is sitting at the bottom with 16 points and 10 points, respectively.

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