We fought hard and we conquered! TNC.Predator wins 2018 WESG SEA Dota 2 Finals. SEA Dota numbahwan!

You heard it right! TNC.Predator dominated the 2018 World Electronic Sports Games SEA Dota 2 Finals. The all Pinoy team really claimed that they are not one to be underestimated!

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The team started strong and dominant all throughout the tournament. Eventually, they were able to take a spot in the finals. Although they were the team favorite to win, TNC.Predator continued to hustle up until the finals. They claimed victory after defeating Malaysian team, WarriorsGaming.Unity. In the best-of-three series, they gave them a run for their money.

With Carlo “Kuku” Palad on the leave, they have former member Ryo “ryOyr” Hasegawa as a stand-in. But hot damn, the chemistry of the team is the bomb! We’ve seen them play countless times but they’ve shown tremendous improvements in just a few months. Armel “Armel” Tabios is still great with his mid laning skills. Timothy “Tims” Randrup and Michael “ninjaboogie” Ross Jr. are supporting the team well, outsmarting their enemies. While Kim “Gabbi” Villafuerte is stepping up his game. Despite Kuku’s absence, ryOyr has done a great job as well. (But still, we miss Kuku’s plays!)

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The team took home $7,500 and secured a spot for SEA in the 2018 WESG Global Finals. They will be joined by the remaining top 3 teams in the SEA finals for the Global Finals. A total of 24 teams will be competing in the Global Finals and it will be a great mix of pro-teams ever. The Global Finals will be on March 2019 in China.

TNC.Predator only proves that SEA Dota is the best Dota. Evah! So make sure to support our fellow Filipinos in their upcoming tournaments and wear our colors proud!

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