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Fnatic absolutely roll through TNC Predator to Win the BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia

Vignesh Raghuram
26/Apr/2020 12:09 pm

Image Courtesy: DreamHack


  • Fnatic beat TNC Predator 3-0 to secure the victory at the BTS Pro Series: SEA Grand Finals
  • This is the 4th straight title for Fnatic

That wasn’t even close. Fnatic managed to absolutely decimate TNC Predator in the Grand Finals of the BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia to claim an easy 3-0 victory and the lion’s share of the $50,000 prize pool. 

Despite easily cruising past Geek Fam in the lower bracket finals, TNC Predator simply didn’t manage to land a single blow on the rampaging Fnatic lineup.


Fnatic vs TNC Predator


In the first game between the two teams, 23savage with his Alchemist just rampaged through the TNC Predator lineup with an absurd 925 GPM allowing Fnatic to secure the win in just 22 minutes.

This was followed by a much closer 37-minute game where TNC was in the lead for the better part of the game. A crucial fight at the 29-minute mark saw Fnatic regain the advantage with 23savage’s Phantom Assassin, to secure an unsurpassable lead and win the game pushing the series to a do or die situation for TNC.

The final game was once again a stomp featuring a 25-6 kill score. TNC didn’t get a foothold in this game, as Fnatic just annihilated them every step along the way to win their third match in a row and were crowned as the champions.




This is Fnatic’s 4th straight championship, following their triumphs at Dota Summit 12, WeSave! Charity Play and ESL One LA Online League: SEA. 

TNC Predator showed glimpses of the form that saw them capture the ESL One Hamburg 2019 and MDL Chengdu Major 2019 titles. However, that simply wasn't enough to get them over the line against the Fnatic freight train.


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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.