MPL PH Season 8 Week 2 Recap: Nexplay EVOS and Omega Esports Break Free From Shedding Streaks


The Cellular Legends Skilled League (MPL) Philippines (PH) Season 8 Week 2 has concluded. The second week is simply as action-packed as the primary week with ONIC PH and Blacklist Worldwide conserving its profitable streaks intact. Bren Esports, alternatively, remains to be in a really unhealthy state of affairs with no wins secured. Omega Esports lastly broke its dropping streak by defeating RSG PH with a clear sweep victory. The ultimate match between Nexplay EVOS and Omega Esports was the spotlight of the week resulting from its intense and suspenseful workforce fights. Here’s a fast recap of the matches in the course of the MPL PH Season 8 Week 2.

MPL PH Season 8 – Week 2 Day 1

Nexplay EVOS vs ONIC PH (0-2)

Nexplay had a disappointing first match in opposition to ONIC PH. Regardless of changing their star rookie, Jhonwin “Hesa” Vergara with veteran star participant, Renejay “RENEJAY” Barcarse, within the second match, Nexplay by no means recovered from their loss, giving ONIC PH a clear sweep victory.

RSG PH vs Omega Esports (0-2)

RSG PH managed to take the early sport on the primary match. Nevertheless, Omega Esports pulled a powerful comeback earlier than RSG might take down its final remaining turret after securing the late sport Lord. Through the second sport, RSG had the kill benefit however was finally defeated by Omega Esports’ map stress. This gave Omega Esports its first clear sweep victory.

RSG PH obtained the kill benefit but it surely wasn’t sufficient to take down Omega Esports.


MPL PH Season 8 – Week 2 Day 2

ECHO vs RSG PH (1-2)

ECHO dominated the primary match in opposition to RSG PH. Nevertheless, RSG PH stood tall and managed to make a comeback with a reverse sweep because of Jonard “Demonkite” Caranto’s Roger’s spectacular efficiency all through the matches. The sport ended with RSG PH securing the win with a rating of 2-1 in opposition to ECHO.

TNC Professional Staff vs Bren Esports (2-0)

Bren Esports continues its dropping streak after their upsetting match in opposition to TNC Professional Staff. The second sport was the more serious match for Bren Esports as they solely secured three kills for all the match whereas TNC Professional Staff managed to get 12 kills in complete, securing a clear sweep victory for TNC.

Omega Esports vs Blacklist Worldwide (1-2)

A fated rematch for the 2 rivals emerges as Blacklist Worldwide defends its MPL PH title with a reverse sweep of 1-2, in favor of Blacklist Worldwide. Omega Esports gained the primary match. Nevertheless, Blacklist Worldwide got here in clutch, securing two wins earlier than Omega Esports might dominate additional.

Regardless of being overwhelmed, Blacklist Worldwide managed to flip the tides and safe the win.


MPL PH Season 8 – Week 2 Day 3

ECHO vs Blacklist Worldwide (1-2)

Blacklist Worldwide continues to claim dominance within the second week of the MPL PH Season 8. ECHO managed to safe one win in the course of the second match. Nevertheless, the workforce did not preserve its momentum within the third match, which resulted in its defeat, leading to a 1-2 rating in favor of Blacklist Worldwide.

TNC Professional Staff vs ONIC PH (0-2)

ONIC PH continues its profitable streak by defeating TNC Professional Staff with a clear sweep victory. For each matches, TNC struggled to achieve momentum as ONIC PH maintained its map stress, stopping TNC from hitting its much-needed energy spikes to flip the tides. The match ended with ONIC PH securing the win with a rating of 2-0 in opposition to TNC Professional Staff.

Nexplay EVOS vs Omega Esports (2-1)

A grueling match transpired which resulted in Nexplay EVOS lastly incomes its first win with a suspenseful ending. Nexplay could have gained the primary match however Omega Esports managed to win the second which opened up a deciding match.

Nexplay’s Jeniel “YellyHaze” Bata-Anon took Omega Esports abruptly in the course of the deciding match along with his spectacular endurance in hiding on bushes and catching them off guard. This gave Nexplay EVOS a very good alternative to penetrate the mid-lane. By a really intense and well-timed backdoor, Nexplay managed to interrupt the Nexus earlier than Omega might return and defend it. The match ended with a 1-2 rating, in favor of Nexplay EVOS.

Nexplay EVOS managed to complete the Nexus vefore Omega Esports might return to defend it.