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VCT PH: Bren drops Alpha, faces Rex Regum Quon in semis


It was a good day one of the playoffs for Bren Esports as they beat Alpha Esports Pro, 2-1 in the Valorant Champions Tour Stage 2: Challengers on Wednesday.

Bren Esports capped off Game Three at Haven with a dominating 13-3 victory.

After forcing a rubber match, Alpha Esports struggled in the final game, getting their first round win in round 10. Still, Bren finished the half strong with two round wins to get the 11-1 advantage.

The lead was just too much for Alpha as Bren Esports sent them to the lower bracket.

Boggs “Symbol” Ramos (Breach) and Eroll Jude “EJAY” Delfin (Jett) both finished with 18 markers for Bren Esports.

With the win, Bren will advance to the upper semifinals and will face second seed Rex Regum Qeon. AEP, on the other hand, dropped to the lower bracket.

Yousef Imad “Hotsauz” El-Yousef’s Fade was in a league of his own in Game One at Fracture as he led Bren to a 13-8 victory. He finished Map One with a game-high 22 kills and 12 assists.

Map Two at Icebox was a bounce-back game for Alpha with two players reaching the 300 Average Combat Score mark to get the 13-6 win.
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South Built Esports swept Oasis Gaming, 2-0 in the opening bout of the day.

After struggling in the group stage and almost not making it to the playoffs, the Stage 1 Champions have finally found their way to open their playoff campaign at Bind, 13-9.

Johnty “JA” Arone’s Chamber turned into a duelist as he led SBE with 24 kills. Mark Louie Nino “Ripper” Laguardia’s Brimstone had 21 kills and seven assists, including an ace in round 21 for Oasis.

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Game Two at Fracture was the same story for South Built, winning 13-9.

The gamers from the south will face their Mineski rivals, Team Secret tomorrow in the upper semi-finals. While Oasis Gaming will play on May 27 in the lower bracket.

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