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Raven powers Fnatic’s sweep of Vice Esports in DPC

Filipino carry Polo “Raven” Fausto took charge in Fnatic’s 2-0 thrashing of Vice Esports in the Dota Pro Circuit 2021: S1-Southeast Asia Upper Division, Wednesday evening.

The former Geek Fam star notched a clean 9-0-11 stat line in Game One with his Terrorblade, leading Fnatic to a 46-12 stomp of the all-Filipino squad for the 1-0 advantage. Raven had a game-high 21,400 net worth through 792 gold per minute in the 27:25-minute match.

Raven, who also had stints with Filipino squads TNC Predator and MSI-EvoGT, took it up a notch in Game Two. He delivered a game-high 11 kills along with 14 assists and two deaths in the match that lasted for 30 minutes and 29 seconds.

Natthaphon “Masaros” Ouanphakdee (Dragon Knight) finished with seven kills and 15 assists. Meanwhile, Filipino support and team captain Djardel “DJ” Mampusti (Elder Titan) added seven kills and 21 assists laced with two deaths for Fnatic in Game Two.

On the other hand, Mark Anthony “Bob” Urbina (Templar Assassin) led Vice Esports with nine kills and three assists but suffered nine deaths in the process. Jinn Marrey “Palos” Lamatao (Wraith King) was held to just a kill, four deaths, three assists.

Vice Esports only tallied 14 kills in Game Two while the SEA powerhouse wounded up with 34 across their name.

Fnatic is now at the second spot with a 3-1 record. Vice Esports is now tied with 496 Gaming and Execration at the bottom with identical 1-3 win-loss slates.

Fnatic will next face 496 Gaming on February 13, Saturday while Vice Esports will try to notch its second victory of the season against fellow Filipino squad Neon Esports on Thursday, February 11.

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