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KarlTzy, BREN back in business, score first sweep in MPL-PH 7 vs Work Auster

The world champions are officially back in business. 

BREN Esports scored their first sweep of the season at the expense of Work Auster Force, 2-0, in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League-Philippines Season Seven regular season, Thursday night.

The reigning world champions previously dropped their first three games of the season. Now, they have won their third-straight game, climbing to the third seat in Group A with nine points through a 3-3 standing.

BREN Esports worked their timing to perfection, with the troika of Angelo “Pheww” Arcangel (Yve), Allan “Lusty” Castromayor (Khufra), and David “FlapTzy” Canon (Paquito) holding the early game for Karl “KarlTzy” Nepomuceno’s Yi Sun-Shin to scale as early as possible.

Once KarlTzy picked up his core items, the world champions locked down on objectives to win Game One.

FlapTzy was the Smart MVP in the opener with three kills and four assists against a death in the 13-6 Game One win.

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BREN Esports then brought out KarlTzy’s M2 World Championship-winning Lancelot in Game Two.

The Lancelot, along with Lusty’s Jawhead and Pheww’s Kagura, dictated the tempo from the get-go to notch the win.

KarlTzy nabbed the Smart MVP plum with six kills and two assists against two deaths in the 12-8 Game Two win.

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Work Auster Force remained at the second spot of the same group with a 3-3 record and 10 points.

BREN Esports looks to claim revenge against ONIC PH on Saturday at 6:00 pm. Meanwhile, Work Auster Force will face Aura PH on the same day at 3:00 pm.

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