In this week’s In Case You Missed It:
- Fnatic lock up the top seed in the ONE Esports Dota 2 SEA League playoffs
- Sinatraa carries Sentinels to the 100 Thieves Valorant charity tournament
- And RRQ win the MPL Invitational 4 Nation Cup
Fnatic lock up the top seed in the ONE Esports Dota 2 SEA League playoffs
In the final week of the ONE Esports Dota 2 SEA League regular season, Fnatic capped off a fantastic group stage run with a 2-0 victory over second-place squad, TNC Predator.
Fnatic bulldozed through TNC Predator with an up-tempo lineup with Nuengnara “23savage” Teeramahanon leading the way with nine kills in game one, and 16 kills in game two.
Fnatic finished the group stage with 20 points from six wins, two ties, and one loss.
The SEA League playoffs will begin on July 15 with the remaining eight teams. Fnatic, TNC Predator, Geek Fam, and Neon Esports will start from the upper bracket, while BOOM Esports, Team Adroit, New Esports, and T1 will start from the lower bracket.
Reality Rift has been eliminated from the tournament.
Sinatraa carries Sentinels to the 100 Thieves Valorant charity tournament
American esports organization, Sentinels, has won their first big Valorant tournament, with a dominating performance at the 100 Thieves Gamers for Equality charity tournament.
In the grand final, Sentinels defeated ex-CS:GO stack, ‘together we are terrific’ 2-1, which included a dominant 13-2 victory on the final map, Ascent.
In both of Sentinels victories, it was ex-Overwatch League MVP, Jay “sinatraa” Won, who stepped up for his team, showing off his diverse skillset by entry fragging on Phoenix in game one, and playing a wall banging defensive Sova in game three. Sinatraa finished the grand final with a combined 35-18-13 KDA in Sentinels two wins.
RRQ win the MPL Invitational 4 Nation Cup
After three weeks of competition featuring the best MLBB teams from Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, and Indonesia, the MPL Invitational has concluded with a grand final match between two championship squads, as Indonesia MPL champs, RRQ Hoshi, took on Singapore MPL winners, Resurgence.
While Resurgence put up a good fight, in the end, they were no match for RRQ who dominated the series with a 3-0 sweep.
RRQ played their signature aggressive style throughout the grand final, with quick rotations and surgical dives on key targets, as they picked apart Resurgence in every team fight.