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SIBOL Men’s League of Legends: Wild Rift team falls to Thailand and Malaysia on opening day

09:28 PM May 13, 2022

SIBOL Men’s League of Legends: Wild Rift team lost both of their matches against Thailand and Malaysia on the first day of the 31st Southeast Asian Games for esports.

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The SIBOL men’s representatives were absolutely demolished in their first match against Thailand. The Thai representatives took the early game advantage by securing the first two kills on Renzel “Ecilaa” Ayuban (Garen) and Dragon Hart “Dragon” Dajao (Janna). The Filipino squad was repeatedly punished during the game as Thailand eventually racked up 20 kills before they ended the game at the 17-minute mark.

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Their match against Malaysia also ended in a tough loss as the team fumbled their early game lead. The Filipino squad started off the match well as they took advantage of minor mistakes to score 4 easy kills within 5 minutes of the game. However, they later lost their gold lead as Malaysia slowly secured objectives, cleared out lanes, destroyed turrets, and eventually turned the tables around.

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With 2 bitter losses all they have to show for, SIBOL’s Men’s League of Legends: Wild Rift is looking for redemption tomorrow, May 14, as they are set to face the same opponents in the double round-robin group stages.

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