T1 rises to the top of BOOM Esports in the biggest test ever
In the hottest match of Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Southeast Asia (SEA) 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1, T1 defeated BOOM Esports with a score of 2-0. The first game went as expected – a back-and-forth match in which both teams showcased their exemplary play to outperform their opponents. T1 won the game in nearly 60 minutes with its clever itemization. In game two, BOOM Esports took the lead by T1’s nimble moves on a fast-paced draft stage. This is BOOM Esports’ first loss in the last 21-match streak.
T1 vs BOOM Esports: Match Summary and Highlights
The first half had moments of unbelievable tension. The last time BOOM Esports picked Phantom Lancer for Tino, T1 had very few answers. T1 also used the tri core of a mid laner Storm Spirit, a Terrorblade carry, and an offlane Wraith King. Despite the team’s success in the laning phase, BOOM Esports hit back with the teamfight advantage their roster offered. The game moves quite slowly, allowing T1 to pick up a lot of items to counter Tino’s Phantom Lancer. A fatal error made by BOOM Esports while infiltrating T1’s high ground along with the fact that T1 can now kill Tino’s Phantom Lancer turned the game around. BOOM Esports received a defeat in the 57th minute, after desperately trying to hold its turret.
In game 2, T1 picked Batrider as their final pick, he ended up being the hero they needed to complete their roster. T1 won each of the three lanes they entered with good teamfights. Especially 23savage, who is dominating safelane Kunkka and leading the networth leaderboard by a huge margin. BOOM Esports was continuously eliminated turn after turn and finally lost after 46 minutes.
Here are some highlights of the series.
At the ongoing DPC SEA, T1 struggled against OB.Neon, but other than that they performed very well for the most part. In today’s match, T1 played against BOOM Esports, the best team in the league so far, and won the series with exemplary play to end any controversy over who is the best. Southeast Asia.
BOOM Esports has finally fallen after going undefeated for five consecutive series. You don’t often see Erin Jasper.”Yopaj“Ferrer doesn’t cause mayhem in games, but today was one of those rare occasions when mid laner was kept to a minimum.
BOOM Esports and T1 both have 5 wins and 1 loss after 6 matches. There are no Majors to compete in, the main issue is pride and DPC scores between the two teams at this point.
T1’s final series in the tournament will face Fnatic on January 19 and BOOM Esports against Execration on the same day.
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