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Work Auster sweeps Onic PH anew, inches closer to upper bracket spot in MPL Playoffs

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Work Auster Force scored a 2-0 sweep over Onic PH anew behind side laners Frediermar “3MarTzy” Serfico and Clarense “Kousei” Camilo and moved closer to taking an upper bracket spot in the Playoffs of the MPL Philippines Season 7 on Friday night, May 7.

3MarTzy and Kousei came through with perfect games on Uranus and Pharsa, respectively, in opposite games as the MPL rookies repeated their 2-0 victory over the league mainstays back in Week 3 of the Regular Season.

Coach Laurence “Lift” Ruiz’s Work seized its second straight win and regained the top spot from Aura PH in Group A with 21 points on a 7-4 series record.

On the other hand, Onic suffered its second consecutive defeat though it remained at joint third with Bren Esports through its 15 points on a 6-4 slate.

After occupying the top lane and farming his Brute Force, Oracle and Dominance Ice, 3MarTzy’s untouchable Uranus tanked almost all the incoming damage from Jaylord “Hate” Gonzales’ Ling and the rest of Onic in team fights.

That allowed Daniel “Chuuu” Chu’s Granger and Patrick “rTzy” Grecia’s Kagura to freely cast their skills and deal the damage from the side of Work.

Despite absorbing 127K damage from Onic, 3MarTzy did not die and even hit six kills to go with seven assists in the 20-11 romp in 15 minutes.

Kousei stole the spotlight in Game 2 with his Pharsa raining down the nukes on Onic all the while evading death in clashes to give Work a huge advantage from the early to mid game.

Onic tried to come back by contesting the Luminous Lord but Kousei’s massive magic damage proved too much and his Winter Truncheon play baited Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol’s Mathilda and Christian “Iy4knu” Manaog’s Chang’e to overextend.

Work went on to wipe out Onic near the Lord pit area and marched straight to the enemy Base for a lopsided 24-13 triumph in 17 minutes.

Credit belongs to : www.mb.com.ph


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