A quick overview of the tournament
Beyond The Summit organised the BTS Pro Series Season 14 which is conducted in two different regions mainly the Americas and Southeast Asia. The BTS Pro Series Season 14 Southeast Asia commenced on the 28th of January with a total of 12 teams. The game servers for the tournament are set in Singapore and the tournament is taking place online. It has a two-stage format which includes the Group Stage and Playoffs. The prize pool that it holds is $39,500 which will be spread among the 12 participants. Teams are placed according to their seed as 4 teams are placed in Playoffs seed while 8 teams are in Group stage seeds. Yesterday, Day 3 concluded and gave a total of 3 matches.
Know the teams based on their seedings
Playoffs Seed –
- Talon Esports
- Blacklist International
- BOOM Esports
Group Stage Seed –
- Polaris Esports
- Myth Avenue Gaming
- SPAWN Team
- UD Vessuwan
- Neon Esports
An in-depth match recap from Day 3
As mentioned above, the tournament kicked off on the 28th of January with a total of 3 matches that were played out. The day had a total of 3 matches lined up for the fans –
- The first match was Polaris Esports vs Reaper
- The second match was Polaris Esports vs UD Vessuwan
- The third match was Myth Avenue Gaming vs XERXIA
Let’s move in towards a detailed overview of the matches –
Match 1: Polaris Esports vs Reaper
(Best of 3 score: 2-0)
Game 1: Polaris Esports began the actions with a hero lineup of Marci, Death Prophet, Omniknight, Storm Spirit and Monkey King. Reaper picked a hero lineup of Tusk, Batrider, Mirana, Bloodseeker and Timbersaw. After 41 minutes and 10 seconds, Polaris Esports won the game.
Game 2: This time, Polaris Esports began with a hero lineup of Tiny, Death Prophet, Morphling, Abaddon and Visage. Reaper this time included Ember Spirit, Mirana, Undying, Drow Ranger and Primal Beast in their hero lineup. The game ended after 65 minutes and 27 seconds with Polaris Esports getting the win after a good fight.
Match 2: Polaris Esports vs UD Vessuwan
(Best of 3 score: 2-0)
Game 1: Polaris Esports’ hero lineup included Broodmother, Hoodwink, Ember Spirit, Nature’s Prophet and Pugna. UD Vessuwan picked Treant Protector, Naga Siren, Tiny, Viper and Centaur Warrunner. After a game of 46 minutes and 45 seconds, Polaris Esports emerged as the winner.
Game 2: This time, Polaris picked Marci, Beastmaster, Dragon Knight, Dark Willow and Arc Warden. UD Vessuwan’s lineup included Tusk, Snapfire, Ember Spirit, Sniper and Night Stalker. After a fight for over 35 minutes and 22 seconds, Polaris Esports is the winner.
Match 3: Myth Avenue Gaming vs XERXIA
(Best of 3 score: 0-2)
Game 1: Myth Avenue Gaming’s hero lineup included Rubick, Magnus, Crystal Maiden, Batrider and Drow Ranger. On the other hand, XERXIA picked Lina, Treant Protector, Tiny, Dark Willow and Brewmaster. XERXIA was dominant enough and after 41 minutes and 34 seconds, XERXIA made it a win.
Game 2: This time, Myth Avenue Gaming’s hero lineup was Nature’s Prophet, Treant Protector, Spirit Breaker, Puck and Morphling. XERXIA picked Lina, Batrider, Clockwerk, Phoenix and Tiny. After 32 minutes and 25 seconds of action, XERXIA secured their win.
Top 4 Standings
And as these matches concluded, Polaris Esports currently leads the points table with a record of 3-0-0. XERXIA is in the second position with a record of 2-0-0. Neon Esports is in 3rd position with a record of 1-1-1 and the fourth-placed team is UD Vessuwan with a record of 1-0-1.