Bleed Reaches Grand Finals Of Skyesports SEA Championship


Bleed Esports Reaches the Grand Finals of Skyesports SEA Championship

The first of the two finalists has been locked in.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Bleed Esports clean sweeps MiTH to reach the grand finals of the Skyesports SEA Championship.
MiTH dropped down to the lower bracket where it will be facing the winners of the Val'Clasico in the lower bracket finals.
The winner of this tournament will be walking away with $15,000 USD in prize money along with the bragging rights.

The second day of the Skyesports SEA Championship kicked off with the upper bracket final featuring an intense best-of-three series between MiTH (Made in Thailand) and Bleed Esports, the winner cementing a slot in the grand final.

Despite the match not going all the way down to the wire, both teams delivered some top-notch Valorant action across Ascent and Bind, not giving an inch to the opponent and making them work hard for each and every round.

The well-fought series concluded with Bleed edging out MiTH to cement themselves a slot in the grand finals whilst patiently awaiting who the team shall be going up against tomorrow on 25th November.

Bleed clean sweeps MiTH to reach the grand finals of the Skyesports SEA Championship

The first match between the two SEA (Southeast Asian) teams was played on Ascent, MiTH's map pick, where it started out as attackers. The team managed to win a total of five rounds in the first half, unable to build a steady momentum. Things changed in the second half but it could not hold on to the lead and lost by a score of '10-13'.

In the second match on Bind, Bleed faced a poor start as it was facing difficulty in executing attacks properly. But at six rounds into the match, the team got its act together and won every single round leading up to halftime.

The second half was fiercer as both teams stepped up the level of competition taking the game into overtime, but Bleed was able to maintain its composure and ran away with a '15-13' victory to clean sweep the series.

With this, Bleed Esports became the first team to cement a slot in the grand finals, as the team now awaits its opponent which will be known following the lower bracket final that is scheduled to take place tomorrow on 25th November.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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