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Kramm puts up monster performance as STI stuns Bren in The Nationals ML

Kramm put up a monster performance in Game Three to lift STI past title favorites BREN Epro, 2-1, in The Nationals Season Two Mobile Legends: Bang Bang conference, Thursday evening.

The ULVL sidelaner finished with 15 kills, five deaths, and 11 assists using Alice. Kramm also notched a triple kill to cap off the E-Olympians’ late-game turnaround, which enabled the reverse sweep.

Fighting for positioning in the lord pit, the E-Olympians managed to take down Kolin (Eudora), Ejhay (Chou), and KarlTzy (Harith) all thanks to Kramm’s aggressiveness in attacking BREN’s backline.

This gave STI the chance to snatch the lord and, later on, close out the match that lasted for 26 minutes and 50 seconds.

Dian (Lunox) scored seven kills, four deaths, and 14 assists, while Yatto (Yi Sun Shin) had six kills, six deaths, and 11 assists.

On the other hand, Ribo led BREN Epro with nine kills, a death, and five assists. KarlTzy ended with seven kills, nine deaths, and 12 assists.

BREN Epro opened up the series with Ribo playing the carry role, leading to a Game One victory with his Brody. STI was able to even up the series through Kramm’s phenomenal Pharsa game in Game Two.

STI (9-7) forged a tie with BREN (10-8) at second place with 12 points each.

In the other game, Smart Omega made quick work of Cignal via a 2-0 decision.

Omega (13-2) upped its points tally to 19 in the top spot, while the Ultra Warriors (6-11) remained at the fifth slot with six points.

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