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Janus, Rhea connive as Cignal stuns BREN in The Nationals ML

Janus and RHEA joined hands in Game Three to power Cignal Ultra’s huge 2-1 upset of BREN Epro in The Nationals Season Two Mobile Legends: Bang Bang conference, Sunday.

It was an early snowball for Janus’ Ling thanks to the early game aggression of RHEA’s Natalia. The game saw Cignal Ultra lead by as much as eight thousand in the gold department along with a 24-9 advantage in kills.

With Cignal up by a huge margin entering the 14-minute mark of the contest, FlapTzy (Yu Zhong) tried to turn things around for BREN Epro, securing a crucial double kill on Janus and Imbadeejay (Luo Yi).

A five-man wipe in the 16-minute mark sealed the victory for the Warriors.

The last time BREN Epro dropped a series in a major tournament was last September 25 — a 2-0 loss at the hands of Smart Omega in the regular season of MPL-Philippines.

Janus put up nine kills, two deaths, and 12 assists while RHEA finished with eight kills, two deaths, and 12 assists in Game Three.

Der (Jawhead) had an exceptional outing as well, scoring six kills, a death, and six assists for the Warriors.

On the other hand, FlapTzy led BREN EPro with five kills, six deaths, and an assist. KarlTzy’s Lancelot was held to just two kills, six deaths, and five assists.

This is the first loss for KarlTzy’s Lancelot after going 13-0 in the MPL-Philippines.

Cignal Ultra (4-5) forged a two-way tie in the fourth slot with Laus Auto Group Playbook Esports (3-6) with four points each.

BREN Epro (7-4), on the other hand, slid at third place with eight points.

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In the other game, STI swept Happy Feet, 2-0.

STI (8-2) tied Smart Omega (7-2) at the number one spot with identical 10 points.

The Team Payaman-backed squad remained at the last spot with a 0-8 slate.

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