VCT PH: Team Secret shuts down Bren Esports for fourth win

Dominant Team Secret handed Bren Esports their second loss via a 2-0 sweep in the Valorant Champions Tour Philippines Stage 2: Challengers on Wednesday. Team Secret shut down Bren’s hopes for a comeback after a 13-10 win on Ascent. It looked like Team Secret would close out game one easily after leading by as much […] The post VCT PH: Team Secret shuts down Bren Esports for fourth win appeared first on Tiebreaker Times.

VCT PH: Team Secret shuts down Bren Esports for fourth win

Dominant Team Secret handed Bren Esports their second loss via a 2-0 sweep in the Valorant Champions Tour Philippines Stage 2: Challengers on Wednesday.

Team Secret shut down Bren’s hopes for a comeback after a 13-10 win on Ascent.

It looked like Team Secret would close out game one easily after leading by as much as six, 11-5. That was until Bren decided to turn on the jets to spark a 5-0 run to cut the deficit to one.

Unfortunately for them, Succeeding double-kills by Jim “BORKUM” Timbreza (Omen) and Jessie “JessieVash” Cuyco (Fade) in rounds 22 and 23 helped Team Secret seal the victory.

Come game two (Breeze). Team Secret destroyed their former team in map two at Breeze with a dominating 13-2 scoreline.

The last year’s SEA champions showed the Bernard Chong owned team what they’ve got after leading with a commanding 10-2 at the half.

They easily cruised to victory as they won three straight rounds in the second half, 13-2 to sweep Bren Esports.

The youngster, Jeremy “Jremy” Cabrera shone as he tallied 20 kills, five assists, and a 330 average combat score as Chamber.

Team Secret is still at the top of the standings with an immaculate, 4-0 record. Meanwhile, Bren Esports is at .500 at 2-2.

Alpha Esports Pro beat Oasis Gaming 2-1 in the opening bout of the day.

ChrisM’s Viper paved the way for AEP in game three (Breeze) as they denied Oasis to force overtime, 13-11. ChrisM double-killed in the game seven times. He finished with a 24-17-5 Kill-Death-Assist record.

In map one (Haven), it looked like it was anyone’s ball game after Oasis was within striking distance, 5-7. However, in the second half, Alpha Esports started to pull away with a 6-2 run to secure a 13-7 victory.

Mark Anthony “Marky” Tuling’s (Jett) heroics in game two at Icebox helped Oasis Gaming to even the series after a 13-10 victory. He finished with 28 markers and a 323 ACS.

Alpha is currently holding the second seed with 3-1, while Oasis Gaming is tied with Bren with 2-2.

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