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Laus Playbook deals BREN second straight loss in The Nationals ML

Laus Auto Group Playbook Esports handed BREN Epro its second consecutive loss, scoring a 2-0 sweep in The Nationals Season Two Mobile Legends: Bang Bang conference, Wednesday.h

With the lord already on Playbook’s side, FlapTzy (Yu Zhong) tried to lift BREN Epro with a double kill on Beemo (Khaleed) and Arvs (Pharsa) in the opening match.

But Aspect’s Benedetta was quick to answer with a double kill on his own, taking down FlapTzy and Ribo (Brody) to secure the counter.

Jake the Dog (Esmeralda) put up the finishing touches for the Eagles.

Aspect gave Benedetta a winning debut in The Nationals, scoring a clean 8-0-3 KDA in Game One.

Beemo chipped in three kills, a death, and seven assists while Arvs provided the support with three kills, two deaths, and seven assists.

Playbook, who tallied 18 kills in the match, held BREN Epro to just seven kills. It was a dominant performance for the Eagles, who finished off BREN in just 11 minutes and five seconds.

KarlTzy was held to just two kills and four deaths while FlapTzy had three kills, five deaths, and an assist.

BREN Epro brought out the fight back in Game Two but faltered later on in the late game.

Playbook moves up to the fourth spot after tallying seven points through a 5-6 standing – – eclipsing Cignal.

BREN Epro, on the other hand, remained at the third spot with a 7-6 card for eight points.

In the other match, Smart Omega handed STI a 2-0 loss to snap the E-Olympian’s three-series streak

With the victory, Omega solidified its hold of the first spot with 13 points through a 10-2 win-loss slate. Meanwhile, STI remained at second place with 10 points and a 7-4 standing.

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