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South Built Esports Clean Sweep Team Secret in Mineski VxV Grand Finals

08:36 PM November 12, 2021

South Built Esports truly understood the assignment and did not drop a single map against Team Secret in today’s Mineski VxV Grand Finals.

They went up against a Team Secret roster best known for placing first in the VCT 2021: Challengers Playoffs under the banner of Bren Esports. During their time in Bren, this roster (minus Riley “witz” Go) are also the defending Mineski VxV champions.

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While the names on Team Secret seem daunting, South Built Esports proved their players were nothing to scoff at either. Led by former Counter Strike: Global Offensive pro Chris “Pro” Martir, a majority of the SBE roster comes from Bren Esports’ former CS:GO branch. 

Tonight’s face-off between TS and SBE began in Haven, which SBE won 13-9. They rode this momentum to map 2 – Bind, ending with an almost identical scoreline of 13-10. Map 3 was Ascent, and SBE started off strong with a 9-3 half as Attackers, and closed off the match with the biggest lead in the series, 13-6. With this win, SBE brings home the Grand Prize of ₱200,000. Meanwhile, Team Secret take home ₱50,000 ahead of their champions campaign on December 1.

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