The BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia has concluded, with Fnatic maintaining their perfect record after dominating TNC Predator in a one-sided 3-0 Grand Final.
Here’s a look back at the best five plays of the tournament.
5. Jabz outplays Tims and blocks his escape
In the second game of the Upper Bracket Final between Fnatic and TNC, Anucha “Jabz” Jirawong on a support Pugna secured the second kill of the game by outplaying Timothy “Tims” Randrup’s Earth Spirit.
Tims was looking to make an escape with his Rolling Boulder ability, but Jabz moved his hero right in front of Tims just in time to block his escape and take him down.
4. Karl survives a mid lane gank then gets a Double Kill
In the first game of the Lower Bracket Quarterfinal between Geek Fam and BOOM Esports, Karl “Karl” Jayme on Queen of Pain managed to survive a gank attempt from three Radiant heroes thanks to his Ocean Heart neutral item that gave him extra health and additional health regeneration.
Not content with just surviving, Karl bottled up an Illusion rune and teleported to the top lane to secure a Double Kill against BOOM.
3. Karl’s clutch Armlet toggles help Geek Fam win a Rosh fight
In the second game of the series between Geek Fam and BOOM, Karl on Huskar earned a Triple Kill in a huge clash inside the Rosh Pit even after BOOM snatched the Aegis of the Immortal from him.
Despite being at a sliver of health for the entire fight, Karl was able to toggle his Armlet of Mordiggian to stay alive and defeat BOOM in a crucial fight.
- Armel and Tims carry TNC to a 2-0 victory over Adroit
- Supream^ goes 22/1/6 on Templar Assassin to lead NiP’s new roster past OG.Seed
2. Fbz gets an Ultra Kill on Timbersaw
In the first round of the Lower Bracket, BOOM’s Saieful “Fbz” Ilham on Timbersaw cut through four Reality Rift heroes right outside the Dire base to earn himself an Ultra Kill.
Fbz caught three enemy heroes with his Chakram ultimate and then chased down the remaining Reality Rift heroes to secure his fourth kill.
1. DJ’s Earthshaker puts on a show against TNC
In the first game of the Upper Bracket final between Fnatic and TNC, Djardel “DJ” Mampusti’s Earthshaker landed multiple clutch stuns to win crucial team fights for his team.
DJ continued to lock down TNC’s tanky core heroes and land his Echo Slam ultimate to help Fnatic win the series.
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