Day seven of the North American Pro League features the same team pairing as day one. And, like that particular foyer, the Sentinels dominate once again. However, unlike day one, the Sentinels showed off a new team composition, giving Ash, Apex Legends’ simulacrum latest, into the ALGS conflict.
Game one featured a famous final round, with the drag area going to the dinner building on the east side of Skyhook. The high-flying NRG roster maintained the consistency they built in the first half of the Pro League to take home the first game of the day.
Taking the roof off late, when the circle was closed tight enough to prevent the teams from taking any higher positions, was a priority and NRG played flawlessly. Having other teams battle around them, NRG likes to simply shoot from the rooftops and wait until the last possible moment to hit the ground with a flawless Gibraltar Dome shield from Aidan “rocker” Grodin. While the rest of the teams defeated it in bubblefights, NRG persevered and won by clearing the final teamfight. However, an easy victory is far from being achieved, with a contingent of High Service, Complex and Sentinel freelance agents right behind them.
The second match of the day took place in the south lobby to Thermal Station, and also showed how new legend Ash can shake up the pro meta. The Sentinels, who were among the earliest adopters of the Valkyrie, abandoned the now-popular team composition to join the Wraith, Gibraltar, and Bloodhound teams at first, then transferred Adam “senoxe” Lau from Wraith to Ash in second game. This move has paid off.
With the final circle closed and the low ground teams covered more than the roof of the circular building the Sentinels hosted, senoxe’s Ash ult sent his team away from the ongoing Defensive Bombardment. falls and onto a tall pillar in the middle of the last circle. With the closed area forcing low ground teams out of their hiding places, it was a relatively simple matter of Sentinels firing from high ground, then eventually descending to finish off the remaining teams. While legends like Octane and Pathfinder can also get the Sentinels to victory in the final game, Ash’s ultimate is the only ult out of the 3 that can get them there with impossibility. violate.
The Sentinels’ win took the team to first place, but the top of the corridor remained close, with Complexity also picking up 16 points in game two and NRG’s first-game win keeping them close. table top position.
However, the Sentinels extended their lead in game 3, this time keeping the game low and waiting for the final round to force the opposing teams to close in on them.
However, the match was a big one for some teams as the Sentinels, NRG, Oxygen Esports and PremierGG all took 10 or more points. The Sentinels took the lead, but the lobby was clearly still there to play for a number of teams for half a game of the day.
The early elimination of the Sentinels, NRG and Complexity in game 4 meant that the overall top spot didn’t change too much, but some of the lower ranked teams started climbing to the top. The top three were all eliminated, with NRG maliciously attempting to push the Sentinels after an early knock, before Complexity rushed in to finish off the Sentinels, overstretched and disqualified.
Plucky beat Estral Esports, one of the two Mexican teams of the NA Pro League, which had risen to an impressive distance from the top three with another strong performance of the day. In the end, however, Ghost Gaming recovered from its slow start to Saturday and took home the win,
Game five, a northern sector pulled up towards the Climatizer POI, undoubtedly the best shot of the day, with the help of Complexity’s Ryan “Reptar” Boyd.
Sentinels, however, set the foyer to rest, continuing to rampage on the edge of the circle to the tune of 14 kills. Despite placing second behind Premier, the Sentinels still amassed 23 points, largely thanks to their fast and furious fighting style. Ending game five puts the Sentinels up 80 points from second place – Complexity’s 48, leaving the rest of the battle halls in second place.
With the Sentinels out of reach, the remaining teams in the lobby have assembled relatively tight and a big game from a team lower on the leaderboard could take them as far as one in the standings. match again. And that’s exactly what Torrent did.
Sitting at 11th and needing some magic after a rough start to their Pro League, Torrent made the switch before the fourth week, replacing Elijah “Hill” Hill in place of top laner. Cloud9 Logan “Knoqd” Layou. Taking the top spot in the final round, Knoqd and his teammates ventured out of their building and made their way to a third party in every skirmish that took place, scoring 12 lives in the process. . A 24-point win brought Torrent to the top of the rankings, helping the team to finish in fourth place of the day.
In the end, however, it was the Sentinels who showed up and showed, making Ash their already formidable team and looking like invincible doing it. Complexity and NRG clung to second and third places for the day, with Torrent and Premier just behind them.
The results also put Sentinels, Complexity and NRG at the top of the North American Pro League, with another lobby still set to take place in week four. Profit margins are getting thinner and thinner for teams that fail to make it through to the knockout stages, or worse, stay in relegation. With just two weeks left before the playoffs, it’s time for the teams to get started.
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