Nigma Galaxy pushes Alliance down to 2nd place with a clear victory of DPC

Round 1 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Western Europe (WEU) 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1 is back in the second half with Nigma Galaxy taking on Alliance in a series of games with significant ranking implications for both teams . Nigma Galaxy was the best in all matches to seal a 2-0 victory. Compared to what it showed last month, the Nigma Galaxy looks much improved; however, Alliance’s performance seems to have weakened more with a lot of lag behind. Alliance has been pushed to the bottom of the possible table with two losses in this series, on the other hand, which greatly increases Nigma Galaxy’s chances of avoiding relegation.

Nigma Galaxy vs Alliance: Match Summary and Highlights


In game 1, Alliance won a Dragon Knight mid lane, a safelane Sven, and a Clockwerk support. These choices were most likely made as a response to what Nigma Galaxy chose. Even though the laning phase was pretty even, Nigma Galaxy ended up making better moves for more kills and better. Protecting Aegis on Ursa by iLTW only gives Nigma Galaxy a chance to increase its aggression. While Alliance tried to engage in head-to-head combat, they failed and lost after 37 minutes.

In game 2, Alliance controlled the tempo but the laning phase failed miserably leaving Nigma Galaxy taking the lead. With the heroes that Alliance had, their roster didn’t play well from the back foot, and Nigma Galaxy took advantage of that. MinD_ContRoL’s Night Stalker leads the attack as Nigma Galaxy kills every hero in sight to force the GG Alliance within 25 minutes.


Here are some highlights of the series.

Nigma Galaxy turned the tide after a dismal start to its 2021-22 DPC campaign with two consecutive wins over Team Secret and Alliance. There’s been a question as to whether the halftime break will dampen the momentum the team just gained after knocking out Team Secret before the break, but the team seems to have proved today that they’re on the right track. direction. In the wake of allocating four main slots to the WEU region, Nigma Galaxy, who was once considered a potential Division 2 candidate next season, will now also consider the main spot.

After five streaks, Alliance has only one win in a winning streak. Furthermore, it was up against COOLGUYS, the only team below it. Finding any positives will be a challenge as the team looked at one level below in most departments. From here, Alliance will need to win the remaining two series to have a sure chance of relegation.

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