For the first time in their history, Signify will not be playing in the Grand Finals of an Indian LAN. They fell to Mineski in the Lower Bracket finals, booking a place in the Grand Finals against Neon Esports.
If you weren’t at the venue, watching the games unfold. Don’t worry, we got your back. Here’s a brief recap.
Signify picked up a push heavy draft with a Pugna and Juggernaut as their core heroes, while Mineski went for the tried and tested Phantom Assassin-Dazzle as their cores. Although the laning phase was quite even, Signify managed to push down multiple towers securing a formidable networth advantage.
However, JT on the PA found himself securing a ridiculous amount of farm and utilizing it to secure Mineski’s passage back into the game. Kpii on the Underlord also farmed himself a Crimson Guard+Pipe of Insight which made Mineski nay unkillable.
Signify just ran out of Damage, while the endless crits of JT saw Mineski win a teamfight under Signify’s tier 3 towers and secure the win.
Earlier today, in the first match of the day Mineski brought down LXG Esports in a relatively quick match to set up a fight for their spot in the Grand Finals.
The Grand Finals will kick off in just a while. Stay tuned to AFK Gaming for further updates.