Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Tiebreaker Times


Erice steps up for Abat as Cignal Ultra advances to Dota Pro Circuit lower division

Erice “Erice” Guerra filled in the role left by embattled star Denz “Abat” Anedez to help Cignal Ultra qualify for the Dota Pro Circuit: Season One Southeast Asia lower division, Sunday evening.

Cignal ended up at fifth-sixth place after capping off the Closed Qualifier Stage Two with one win, three draws, and a loss for a 5-5 tally.

The support-turned-carry starred in Cignal Ultra’s 1-1 draw against Galaxy Racer in their first match of the day.

Erice, who played Ursa in Game Two, was able to acclimate right away to his new role and punched in 18 kills, a death, and five assists to avoid the 0-2 sweep at the hands of the Malaysians.

Cignal, just like their opening game against Galaxy Racer, figured in another rough opener this time against Lilgun. The Warriors dropped Game One in just 27 minutes and 58 seconds and was outscored 17-37 in the kills department.

Hell-bent on entering the lower division, Erice teamed up with midlaner James “Jamesy” John to end the series at a 1-1 stalemate.

Jamesy put up eight kills, four deaths, and 14 assists playing Alchemist while Erice had nine kills, six deaths, and 10 assists with his Weaver in Game Two.

Cignal coach Jae “JAE” Paulo, who was forced to play, put up six kills, six deaths, and 14 assists while offlaner Van “VAN” Manalaysay had the same number of kills and deaths together with 19 assists.

123 spearheaded Lilgun in Game Two with nine kills, three deaths, and 12 assists.

Meanwhile, another Filipino squad in Smart Omega has qualified for the lower division after topping the Group B of the Closed Qualifier Stage Two.

#ReadMore  Mac lifts SMART Omega to three-way tie in DPC Lower Div

The Dota Pro Circuit 2021: Season 1 Southeast Asia Regional League will begin on January 18, Monday.

Written By

You May Also Like


The Dota Pro Circuit made a swift decision to ban Omega Esports from all Valve events. In an announcement made on Tuesday evening, the...


Former TNC star Timothy “Tims” Randrup has signed with Indonesian squad BOOM Esports. Tims will be joining fellow Filipinos Erin “Yopaj” Ferrer and Gabriel...


Ex-TNC hard support Marvin “Boomy” Rushton, who entered free agency last Wednesday, was the first player to get signed by an organization after getting...


It’s an end of an era as the winningest Filipino Dota 2 team TNC Predator has announced the release of its entire roster, Monday...


John Anthony “Natsumi-“ Vargas headed the Adroit Esports reunion in Polaris Esports, the organization revealed on Tuesday night. Natsumi- will be playing alongside former...


BOOM Esports has made one of the biggest signings in the Southeast Asian region. On Saturday afternoon, the Indonesian organization announced its acquisition of...


Gabriel “Skem” Ong has signed with Indonesian squad BOOM Esports for the 2022 Dota Pro Circuit season, the organization announced on Friday evening.  OB...


Liyab has let go of local Starcraft II star and Southeast Asian Games gold medalist Caviar “EnDerr” Acampado, the player revealed on Friday afternoon....