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MSC: EMANN puts on a show as RSG PH routs SG counterpart for playoff berth


Eman “EMANN” Sangco put up a dominant performance as RSG PH annihilated sister team RSG SG, 2-0, to enter the 2022 MSC playoffs as the top seed, Saturday at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre.

EMANN nabbed both MVP honors in the series, leading the MPL Philippines champion to a perfect 2-0-0 standing in Group B. This is his third citation in just four games played.

With Jhonard “Demonkite” Caranto’s Fanny and Dylan “Light” Catipon’s Franco leading the way, RSG PH snowballed right away and took a 5K gold lead past the seven-minute mark to go along with a 9-0 advantage in kills.

RSG SG only registered its first kill at the 7:14-mark with babycakes (Brody) taking out Light during a skirmish in the middle lane.

Come the 12th minute, the Filipinos already had a gigantic 20-3 advantage in kills and an 11K gold lead. The Singaporeans could not recover from there as RSG PH secured the Enhanced Lord in the 13:32-mark for the win.

EMANN’s Beatrix spearheaded the dominant, 27-3 Game One outing with eight kills and eight assists without a single death. Jhonard “Demonkite” Caranto’s Fanny had seven kills, a death, and eight assists while Light added a 3-2-11 line.

RSG PH sustained its fine form in Game Two, overpowering RSG SG via an 18-2 scoreline.

It was a masterclass anew from the side of RSG PH with Eman, powered by Light’s Angela, wreaking havoc on Claude. He finished with seven kills, a death, and eight assists in the win.

RSG PH also swept See You Soon of Cambodia earlier in the day.

#ReadMore  RSG PH pooled with Singaporean sister team in MSC

RSG SG, despite posting an identical 0-1-1 standing with See You Soon, took the second seed in Group B. Both teams scored a win against each other but RSG SG had the upper hand as its victory was shorter than See You Soon’s.

The playoffs will begin on June 14, Tuesday.

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