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SMART Omega proves it belongs in DPC Upper Division, stuns Kuku, T1


Omega Esports just proved that they belong in the upper division.

This, as the Smart-backed squad stunned their former coach Carlo “Kuku” Palad and T1 via a 2-1 decision in the Dota Pro Circuit 2021 Season Two-Southeast Asia Division, Saturday evening.

With the win, Omega Esports will share the top spot in the upper division with Boom Esports as they carry identical 2-0 slates.

Newly acquired support Mark “Shanks” Redira spearheaded the all-Filipino squad’s 32-4 Game Three decimation of the South Korean squad.

The former Reckoning Esports member set up the table for Omega to dominate the clincher, putting up a perfect 9-0-13 kill-death-assist tally with his Dark Willow in the match that lasted for just 28 minutes and 56 seconds.

Mc Nicholson “Mac” Villanueva (Ember Spirit) also had his moment in Game Three, outplaying Filipino Dota 2 icon Karl “Karl” Jayme’s Void Spirit as he finished with eight kills and 13 assists against just three deaths.

Justin “Tino” Grimaldo’s carry Tiny spearheaded the offense with 11 kills and eight assists while Bryle “cml” Alvizo’s Enchantress had a game-high 16 assists to go along with two kills and three deaths.

On the other hand, Karl only managed to collect a kill, four deaths, and three assists. Kuku was held to a game-high nine deaths along with two kills and an assist.

Omega was able to draw first blood all thanks to Mac’s monster Beastmaster performance. T1, however, evened out the series as Nuengnara “23savage” Teehamaron’s Morphling went ham in Game Two.

Omega Esports will be taking on their former teammates in TNC Predator on Wednesday.

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