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OB x Neon marches to Predator League Grand Finals

OB Esports x Neon will be heading to the grand finals of the Asia Pacific Predator League 2020-22 after taking down Boom Esports in the upper bracket finals, Friday evening.

Offlaner Gabriel “debil_2000” Ong led the charge for the all-Filipino squad with 13 kills and 11 assists against four deaths playing Windranger.

Rising star Erin “Yopaj” Ferrer backstopped his team captain with 10 kills, six deaths, and 13 assists using Void Spirit in the dominant 37-23 victory over the Indonesian squad.

OB.Neon carry John Anthony “Natsumi-” Vargas (Troll Warlord) finished with seven kills and 15 assists against just two deaths.

The supporting cast of Prieme “Playhard” Maque (Tusk) and Jaunuel “Jaunuel” Arcilla (Nature’s Prophet) ended the best-of-one match with a combined total of 44 assists laced with five kills and 11 deaths.

On the other hand, Rafli “Mikoto” Rahman was the lone bright spot for Boom Esports. the 21-year-old Indonesian midlaner ended the match with 10 kills and 10 assists against four deaths playing Puck.

Meanwhile, Boom Esports carry Randy “Dreamocel” Sapoetra was held to just five kills, seven deaths, and nine assists playing Weaver.

OB.Neon will face the winner between the TNC Predator-Boom Esports match in the finale.

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