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Jake the Dog lifts Playbook past Cignal for share of third in The Nationals ML

Jake the Dog’s Esmeralda propelled Laus Auto Group Playbook Esports’ Game Two victory over Cignal Ultra to seal the 2-0 sweep in The Nationals Season Two Mobile Legends: Bang Bang conference, Wednesday evening.

He posted six kills, a death, and four assists for the Eagles. Jake the Dog dished out a total of 57,455 damage and absorbed 70,122 damage from the Warriors in Game Two.

Jake the Dog stepped up for the struggling Aspect, who had four kills, four deaths, and eight assists with his Roger.

LPE secured the lord at the 11:29-mark of the game despite a hard contest from the side of Cignal.

A clash in the lord pit ensued with RHEA (Natalia), Der (Thamuz), and ImbaDeejay (Lunox) falling down for Cignal. Ryota (Baxia) was the lone casualty of the war for LPE.

RHEA managed to score a double kill on Aspect and Beemo (Khaleed), but it was not enough to extend the series for Cignal.

Arvs (Chang’e) had two kills, a death, and 10 assists while Beemo put up two kills, three deaths, and 11 assists for LPE.

The Eagles (7-8) forged a tie with the STI E-Olympians (7-6) in third place with 10 points each.

Meanwhile, RHEA was the lone bright spot for Cignal with nine kills, three deaths, and an assist. Janus’ Claude was held to just a kill, three deaths, and four assists.

In the opening game, Smart Omega ran-over the STI E-Olympians via a 2-0 sweep.

With the victory, Omega solidified its hold of the top spot with 16 points through an 11-2 record.

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