TNC Predator Stomp Geek Fam to Bounce Back at the BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia

Vignesh Raghuram
14/Apr/2020 10:32 am

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  • TNC Predator beat Geek Fam 2-0 in a convincing manner.
  • Gabbi was the MVP of the series putting up KDAs of 11/2/4 and 18/2/7 in Games 1 and 2 respectively.
  • TNC Predator move up to the 3rd position in the group stage table while Geek Fam drop down to the 6th position.

It is getting impossible to predict the outcomes of SEA Dota 2 matches in recent days. TNC Predator managed to beat Geek Fam 2-0 in their 3rd match of the BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia which boosted them up to the third place in the Group Stage rankings, just below Fnatic and Adroit.

The series wasn’t really even in the end. Geek Fam failed to get their footing in either of their matches, allowing TNC Predator to cruise to victory in this series. Geek Fam has now been relegated to 6th place in the points table with just one win (2-1 victory vs T1) against their name.

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TNC Predator vs Geek Fam

Game 1: The first game of the series saw TNC Predator pickup an Alchemist for Armel. Surprisingly, Geek Fam didn’t punish the hero and hence TNC Predator started to snowball and amassed an overwhelming amount of networth to win the game in just over 29 minutes.

TNC Predator didn’t lose their networth lead at all, from minute one. By the end of the game, they managed to secure a 33k networth lead. Armel had more farm than Raven and Karl’s put together.

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Game 2: The second game wasn’t as one-sided, but this time it was Gabbi’s time to shine. The player handily won his lanes and was the primary cause for TNC to take game 2. He racked up the kills and towers securing himself a 18/2/7 KDA ratio and utilized it to snowball to an easy 45 minute victory.

Next up we will see table leaders Fnatic take on Mushi’s Team CR.


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Vignesh has been covering the esports industry for nearly 5 years starting with the early days of the DPC. His industry expertise includes experience in Dota 2, CS:GO and Mobile Esports coverage.