Fnatic Beat Reality Rift in their Elimination Match at the BTS Pro Series 2: SEA

Vignesh Raghuram
18/Jun/2020 09:21 am
  • Fnatic beats Reality Rift 2-0 in their elimination match at the BTS Pro Series 2: Southeast Asia.
  • This potentially sets up a match against TNC Predator in their next round.

Arguably SEA’s finest team, Fnatic managed to secure a convincing victory against Singaporean upstarts Reality Rift, to move on to the next round of the playoffs of the BTS Pro Series 2: Southeast Asia. This could potentially lead to a clash against fierce rivals TNC Predator in the next round of the playoffs. 

Fnatic’s star cores Moon and 23savage were the stars of the show after they put up two commanding performances to lead their team to victory.

Fnatic vs Reality Rift

Game 1: Fnatic almost always had the upper hand in this game, right from the get-go. Moon’s strong laning phase coupled with their seasoned movements allowed them to rake in the net worth and build up an overwhelming advantage. Reality Rift who chose to pick up a greedy lineup simply couldn’t find farm on their carries, and ended up conceding the game in just 34 minutes.

Fnatic vs Reality Rift Result in Game 1 of BTS Pro Series 2: SEA Playoffs

Game 2: The second game was even more one-sided. Reality Rift inadvertently fed a lot of kills to 23savage’s Antimage which helped him farm up a quick Battlefury. While the rest of Fnatic made space for him, across the map, the young carry simply farmed up to a point where none of Reality Rift’s heroes could handle the damage he was dishing out.

He closed out the game in just 26 minutes with a 11/1/8 KDA and a GPM of 878.

Fnatic vs Reality Rift Result in Game 2 of BTS Pro Series 2: SEA Playoffs


Up next, TNC Predator will be taking on Neon Esports in an elimination match. The winner of that match will face Fnatic for a place in the lower bracket finals. Stay tuned to AFK Gaming for further updates on this tournament.


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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.