Bren Esports Explained Why They Had a Hard Time with Nexplay

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Bren Esports Explained Why They Had a Hard Time with Nexplay

John Dave Rossel
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  • The M2 World Champions received a massive beatdown as Nexplay took them down with a flawless 2-0 win.
  • BREN Esports coach Francis “Duckeyyy” Glindro admitted that Nexplay had better execution this time around.
  • The team promised to come back on Week 2 stronger and much more serious.

Bren Esports explained why they lost to Nexplay Esports during the first week of MPL PH Season 7. The M2 World Champions received a massive beatdown as Nexplay took them down with a flawless 2-0 win. On a post-match press conference, BREN Esports coach Francis “Duckeyyy” Glindro goes on to say that they had no excuses. Nexplay had better execution and Exort’s Yve proved to be Bren Esport’s real struggle for the first week of the tournament. The coach further explained that they weren’t prepared to face Yve as most of their scrimmages didn’t involve the new hero. The team further admitted that they may have been overconfident during the first week and are looking to come back stronger and much more serious in the coming weeks. 

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Bren Esports Explained Why They Had a Hard Time with Nexplay

During the last game of the MPL PH Season 7 week 1, Nexplay managed to claim a 2 - 0 flawless victory against Bren Esports. This came as a big surprise to the fans as they didn’t expect Bren Esports to go down easily. 

Nexplay finished the match with a massive 14 win gap.

Everything came to light during the post-match press conference when Bren Esports was interviewed regarding their match against Nexplay Esports. Bren Esports coach  Francis “Duckeyyy” Glindro expressed his amazement at how much Nexplay has improved in just a year.

“Actually to be fair, no excuses, they had better execution this time around and I strongly believe they have improved with the addition of the new players. Their Yve is strong,” said Duckeyyy.

The coach goes on to say that the two members who did stand out for them are Exort, Yawi, and Renejay. They believed that the three Mobile Legends esports pros have definitely improved since last year.

The coach further elaborated on how they lost against Exort’s Yve by saying they really have no idea how to deal with the new hero. This is due to the fact that most of their scrims didn’t involve anyone playing as Yve. The team thought they can easily burst out Exort’s Yve and close the gap. However, this was not the case as Exort became their biggest hurdle in the match which gave way for H2wo to wipe them out easily. 

Despite their disappointing run on the MPL PH Season 7 Week 1, the team goes on to say that they probably just got overconfident but they will be back next week stronger and much more serious. 

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This isn’t the end of the line for Bren Esports as they will still be facing Aura PH for MPL PH Season 7’s second week on March 27, Saturday, at 4:00 PM PHT. 

Keep up with the live scores, schedule, stream links, and more with AFK Gaming's hub for the MPL PH Season 7.

John is a mobile esports writer for AFK Gaming that specializes in Wild Rift and Mobile Legends, whilst also maintaining an overview of the Free Fire, COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile esports scenes.