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STI sweeps The Nationals ML triple-header with Cignal, Playbook

STI leaped to the second spot in the standings after two consecutive victories in the Saturday triple-header of The Nationals Season Two Mobile Legends: Bang Bang conference.

The ULVL-backed E-Olympians opened its day with a dominant 2-0 victory over Laus Auto Group Playbook Esports.

Yatto spearheaded the E-Olympians in Game One, finishing with a game-high 12 kills along with zero deaths and two assists playing his Lancelot. He tallied a total of 11,280 net worth while also garnering 12.1 total points, earning himself the MVP award of the match.

It was the perfect game for STI finishing the match under 13 minutes, all while outscoring Playbook, 17-4, in the kills department.

Dian took the spotlight in Game Two with the E-Olympians once again exerting their dominance against the Eagles. The former Execration member had four kills, a death, and seven assists with his support Selena.

He also finished with a 52-percent kill participation rate and dished out 44,625 hero damage throughout Game Two.

STI sustained its form and outpowered the Cignal Ultra Warriors en route to its second 2-0 sweep of the day.

Kramm starred in the opening match, tallying five kills, zero deaths, and eight assists for the E-Olympians using his Uranus. He also participated in 72-percent of the team fights while also taking in 126,323 damage from the Warriors.

Yatto, on the other hand, finished off Cignal with his Ling and put up 10 kills, two assists, and seven assists in Game Two.

STI (5-2) is tied with BREN Epro (6-2) at the second spot in the standings with seven points apiece. Playbook (3-6) settled for fourth with four points, while Cignal (2-5) slid to the fifth seed with two points.

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In the other match, SMART Omega handed Playbook a 2-0 beating to claim the top spot in the standings. The MPL-Philippines Season Six grand finalist has 10 points through a 7-2 win-loss standing.

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