OMEGA League: символическая сборная недели 3
OMEGA League: символическая сборная недели 3 ⚡⚡⚡ Киберспортивные новости, аналитика, обзоры, репортажи на WePlay! Самые актуальные новости!
OMEGA League is in full swing, and we continue to talk about the players that showed us exceptional performances during the third week of our tournament.
MATUMBAMAN (Team Secret)
We start with Lasse Urpalainen, the champion of The International 2017. Together with Team Secret, he won four maps out of four. The key stats to show for the enourmous impact of the Finnish carry are hero damage (28,337 average per map) and tower damage (16,320 average per map). Although he doesn't have the highest KDA of last week ("only" 7.9), we know that in order to win in Dota 2, you need to destroy the enemy Ancient (not maximise your kills). MATUMBAMAN clearly showed that to us last week, and we want to congratulate him on great results!
For the Bears, the past week could have seemed like a walk in a park: just one match against 5men, which took less than an hour. Nevertheless, Vladimir Minenko displayed his skill very well during these two maps. The twice won middle lane led to a snowball game by Virtus.pro, the main driving force of which was the Ukrainian player. In the first map, he inflicted 42 percent of the team's damage against enemy heroes! In the second map, this percentage turned out to be lower (31%), but the 12/1/17 statline when he played Tiny shows how important a good game from Vladimir is.
Honourable mention: Nikita "young G" Bochko (Natus Vincere) and his Ember Spirit in a match against Evil Geniuses.
Lelis (Quincy Crew)
The most productive team this week was Quincy Crew. In the American Divine Division, they managed to win four matches and take first place in their group. Rodrigo Santos was one of the key factors in the team's success. Out of nine maps (and eight victorious ones), we saw his Nature's Prophet three times (if we could single out the hero of the week, then Furion would definitely become it), and three times it worked flawlessly. In our league, Lelis played seven heroes, and almost every time he was successful in his tasks.
YapzOr (Team Secret)
Let's be honest, the appearance of Yazied Jaradat in our team of the week was only a matter of time. Many consider YapzOr to be the best position four player in the world at the moment, and this week we saw the full power of his game. A KDA of 7.53 with 16.5 assists per match is an indication of how much space a Jordanian support can create for his team. Great job!
Illias (Natus Vincere)
One of the main surprises of the past week was the victory of Natus Vincere over Evil Geniuses. The whole "yellow-black" team performed well, but playing position five against such a serious opponent and dying only four times is worthy of respect.
Also, do not underestimate the amount of support Ilyas provided to his team: 15.5 assists and almost 5.5k damage healed on average per match. Finally, Illias bought 37 Observer and 69 Sentry Wards combined! Congratulations to the young and talented support from Russia!
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