OG lifting the ESL One Malaysia 2022 trophy


OG Reacts to ESL One Malaysia 2022 Victory

Ammar Aryani
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OG won ESL One Malaysia 2022 following a dominant run in the final day of the tournament, securing a 3-0 victory over Team Aster.
OG, despite having a stand-in, managed to win back-to-back ESL One victories after an impressive season.
Ceb, N0tail and more react to the team’s victory.

After a crowd-deafening weekend, OG were crowned as the winners of ESL One Malaysia 2022 after an amazing run in the tournament, which included the team having a dominating run at the final day where it defeated Team Secret 2-0 followed by Team Aster at the Grand Finals, earning a full 3-0 stomp of a series. OG, despite having a stand-in once again managed to win back-to-back ESL One victories after an impressive season. After being crowned as the champions of ESL One Malaysia 2022, OG’s former and current players reacted to the victory on social media.

OG Players React to ESL One Malaysia 2022 Victory

Following an impressive run at ESL One Malaysia 2022, OG earned itself back-to-back victories at ESL One events after previously winning the ESL One Stockholm Major earlier this year. After the team’s victory over Team Aster in the Grand Finals, which saw them go undefeated throughout the whole series, former and current players of OG reacted to the victory on social media. Here are some of the reactions:


Former OG player, Sébastien "Ceb" Debs who previously stood in for Mikhail "Misha" Agatov on multiple occasions congratulated the team after an impressive season, securing multiple trophies at tournaments.


Following the victory, OG founder Johan "N0tail" Sundstein celebrated by posting a video on Twitter where he singled out stand-in and coach Evgenii "Chuvash" Makarov on his performance throughout the tournament.


Despite not being able to attend the tournament due to finalizing his visa issues for the upcoming The International 2022 (TI11), Misha celebrated the team’s victory on Twitter as well.


Having stood-in for Misha during the tournament, Chuvash managed to keep his critics quiet after his outstanding performance at the tournament while also taking a funny jab at Ceb.


To accommodate Chuvash, Tommy “Taiga” Le rotated to position five throughout the tournament. He also thanked the fans that were watching from home and the venue before funnily telling the fans to go to bed.

Post-Match Winner’s Interview

Following the 3-0 stomp by OG, the team celebrated its victory by lifting the ESL One Malaysia 2022 trophy in front of the amazing Malaysian crowd. Stage host Jake "SirActionSlacks" Kanner interviews each OG player on their thoughts on the series as well as the crowd after winning the tournament. Here are all of the answers from OG:

Chuvash: “I guess thanks for the support! I’m pretty proud(of the team).”

Artem “Yuragi” Golubiev: “Thanks, everyone! I had a great time.”

Bozhidar “bzm” Bogdanov: “I don’t know, I’m just following in my grandad’s [referring to Ceb] footsteps”

Taiga: “I don’t know, I just love Malaysia too much. You guys[crowd] are buffing me a lot!”

Ammar “ATF” Al-Assaf: “ATM already too OP[overpowered]. Who knows what’s next?

Following its victory, OG will take a short break before going into bootcamp, which is likely in Malaysia. Before OG’s victory at TI9, the team bootcamped in Malaysia in 2019. Will history repeat itself?

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Ammar is the newest addition to AFK Gaming. When he's not covering Dota 2 tournaments, he enjoys streaming or watching other esports titles like Valorant or LoL.

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