BOOM Esports secures fourth consecutive DPC win

As BOOM Esports notched their fourth win in a row in Tournament 1: Round 1: Division 1, Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Southeast Asia 2021-22, this team is closing in with the top 3, this will guarantee them a spot in their first Major. BOOM Esports had to win an extremely competitive and convincing win over Motivate.Trust Gaming to win the fourth series with a score of 2-0. Motivate.Trust Gaming had the advantage in the first game, but an opponent teamfight victory turned the tide. Motivate.Trust Gaming seemed to be very disappointed after such a heartbreaking loss and could not bring back the form it was before facing strongly against BOOM Esports in the second game.

BOOM Esports vs Motivate.Trust Gaming: Match Summary and Highlights


In game 1, BOOM Esports picked a Riki that didn’t fit the meta in safelane. It didn’t go as planned because Tino died three times within the first 13 minutes. Even though both teams were getting kills while the game was in progress, Motivate.Trust Gaming was still able to take the lead with superior farm efficiency. While Motivate.Trust Gaming has been cautious about moving to the high region, it looks like it will win. That’s when BOOM Esports, with his impeccable combat skills, turned the tide when fighting with Roshan to win in 48 minutes.

In game 2, BOOM Esports picked a Death Prophet in the middle, a Razor safelane and an Outworld Destroyer offlane, focusing on pushing forward in the mid. BOOM Esports sped up with his draft while Motivate.Trust Gaming tried to counterattack but Tino’s Razor put himself ahead with his early BKB and offlane support from Outworld Destroyer. Since Motivate.Trust Gaming lacked the resources to fight the enemy, the game was gradually lost over 35 minutes.


Here are some highlights of the series.

Boom Esports seems to be on top of their game. The team last lost a series on October 1, 2021, to Ragdoll at the OB.Moon Asian Arena. But, since then, in the last 19 matches, the team has won 16 matches and drawn only 3 matches. Erin Jasper”Yopaj“Ferrer once again proved his skill in the series today by putting a monster performer on Templar Assassin and Death Prophet. Though it looks like he’s going to have to put up with some tough gameplay. , he shined and outperformed the competition.

After two consecutive wins, Motivate.Trust Gaming has now lost two matches in a row. The Thai team has a tough road ahead of them to make it into the top three, as they still have to contend with the likes of T1 and Fnatic.

BOOM Esports and Motivate. against TNC Predator on January 8, 2022.

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