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Among Us Book a Spot in The Upper Bracket Finals at BTS Pro Series 3

After having cruised through the group stage of the BTS Pro Series Season 3: Southeast Asia, Among Us have qualified to the upper bracket finals defeating Motivate.Trust Gaming in a 3 game series. The series was considered to be a cake walk for Among Us but Motivate.Trust showed resilience in the first two games and even winning the second game comprehensively. They eventually lost the series after Among Us thrashed them in the final game.

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Among Us vs Motivate.Trust Gaming Game 1 

Game 1 saw the ultimate hard carries being drafted from both sides. While Motivate.Trust Gaming picked up Anti-Mage, Among Us responded with a Terrorblade as their last pick. Thing looked bleak for Among Us in the initial stages of the game after mid player Poomipat “Fearless” Trisiripanit on his Magnus killed Abed Azel L. Yusop’s Storm Spirit a couple of times with a beautiful skewer-into-tower plays. Anti-Mage on the other hand was farming like a madman with the buff from empower. The game was drifting away from Among Us with a 6k lead for Motivate.Trust Gaming till Anucha “Jabz” Jirawong hit a spectacular 4 man Echo slam in the Roshan pit, leading to an Aegis for the very fat Terrorblade. While Abed kept having an average game on the Storm Spirit, 23savage’s Terroblade was an absolute beast carrying the game for Among Us. Anti-Mage could never manfight Terrorblade and Among Us eventually pushed the high ground , securing the megas and the game at 38 minutes.

Among Us vs Motivate.Trust Gaming Game 2

Motivate.Trust,had a well rounded draft in the second match, focused on pushing in the mid game while Among Us tried out the cheese pick of Phantom Assassin. The laning phase went relatively fightless with both teams farming and getting the initially objectives. As soon as Motivate. Trust Gaming picked up the first important items on their cores, they pushed the tempo taking tier 2 towers. Phantom Assassin went for a greedier build in the Battle Fury and could not offer much assistance to the team initially. Motivate.Trust Gaming played cautiously and pushed their lead by constantly picking off stranded enemy heroes. Though Nuengnara “23savage” Teeramahanon had a considerable amount of farm on the Phantom Assassin, Motivate.Trust Gaming had all the counters to her, winning the game in 36 minutes after a futile attempt by Among Us at the Roshan Pit.

Among Us vs Motivate.Trust Gaming Game 3

In typical Among Us fashion, the final map saw utter dominance of their rivals winning all the three lanes. They snowballed with an early lead, constantly picking off heroes and taking objectives. Motivate.Trust Gaming banked on an empowered Juggernaut to carry them the game but Among Us was flawless in their approach, securing an easy 23 minutes game and taking off the series 2-1. 

Motivate.Trust Gaming showed a steel will, putting up a strong fight against the favourites Among Us but the latter proved to be too much owing to their skill and experience advantage.

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Among Us wait for their eventual opponents from the Upper Bracket R1 where BOOM Esports face TNC Predator on September 25, 2020 – 09:30 IST. On the other hand. Motivate.Trust Gaming are still alive in the tournament and will face off against Neon Esports in the Lower Bracket R2

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