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TNC Predator Stomp Team Adroit at the BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia Playoffs

Vignesh Raghuram
23rd Apr, 2020

Image Courtesy: Epicenter



  • TNC Predator easily 2-0d Adroit  in their opening match of the playoffs of the BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia.
  • They will now move on to the Winner Bracket Finals to face Fnatic/BOOM Esports.
  • Adroit will face Geek Fam in an elimination match.

In an absolute display of domination and supremacy, TNC Predator destroyed Team Adroit in their opening match of the playoffs of the BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia, securing a 2-0 victory to claim a spot in the Winner Bracket Finals. Both games weren’t even close. TNC Predator clearly had the upper hand throughout the series and cleanly secured the win. 

That must have been satisfying for TNC Predator considering the fact that, earlier yesterday, they were stomped by Adroit in a similar way in their final match of the group stages.

TNC Predator vs Team Adroit


Game 1: Team Adroit made an error of giving Armel his signature Templar Assassin. The player has been devastating with the hero, in recent times and has utilized it to secure wins over Fnatic and CR in the Group Stages.

He once again put in a phenomenal showing securing 14/0/9 KDA and absolutely dominating the Adroit lineup to lead his team to an easy 32-minute victory.

Game 2: The second game of the series was, even more, one-sided with TNC Predator playing an even faster-paced lineup featuring Gabbi on the Lycan and Armel on Queen of Pain. Both of TNC’s primary cores did not have a single death against their name and secured an easy 24-minute victory for their side.





Next up we will see Fnatic face BOOM Esports for the other spot in the Winner Bracket Finals. Meanwhile, Team Adroit has been relegated to the Lower Brackets where they will face Geek Fam in an elimination match.


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Vignesh is one of AFK Gaming’s most experienced writers, having written over 1000 articles for the website over the last 3 years. Although his primary focus has always been Dota 2, his experience in esports also includes expertise in CS:GO and mobile esports titles.