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Jaypee, Kielvj strike as Aura PH marches to Mytel semis


Jaypee and Kielvj spearheaded Aura PH’s dominant 2-0 victory over Impunity KH to enter the 2020 Mytel International Championship semifinals, Wednesday evening. 

Jaypee was unstoppable in the first match, posting 10 kills and three assists to bag the MVP honors with Yi Sun Shin. Meanwhile, Kielvj handled the objectives using Masha to give Aura PH the lead in the series.

The two carried over their momentum in the series-clinching Game Two, leading the back-to-back MPL-PH champions to a whopping 26-6 kill advantage by the 10-minute mark of the game, along with an almost 14,000 lead in the gold department.

A five-man wipe for Aura PH, including three kills from Killuash (Thamuz) spelled doom for the Cambodians.

This time around, Kielvj (Yu Zhong) was named MVP with six kills and 11 assists, while Jaypee followed suit with nine kills, seven assists, and two deaths. Killuash also had an outstanding night, registering nine kills, six assists, along with a death for Aura PH.

The supporting cast of Greed_ (Selena) and Rafflesia (Atlas) put up 34 assists combined for the Filipinos laced with four kills.

On the other hand, Impunity KH’s Oppi (Ling) was limited to just two kills, three assists, and five deaths. Boom (Esmeralda) only had a kill and six deaths.

Impunity was held to just six kills and 21,500 gold in almost 11 minutes of play, compared to Aura’s 28 kills and 36,100 gold.

Aura PH will face ONIC Indonesia in the semifinal round tomorrow, while Evos Legends will gut it out against Geek Fam Indonesia afterward.

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Filipino squad ONIC PH was booted out earlier in the day by Geek Fam Indonesia in the quarterfinals.

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