Although it is no longer a strong team to compete in the top 4 of VCS, SGB is still a team with identity and strength.
The two teams with sharp VCS colors when facing each other always bring an exciting and full of fights and rivalry right from the pick and ban phase. Therefore, it is understandable that the 5th minute is also the time when SGB has its first kill.
There are consecutive kills, but the bravery of the team that has participated in the international arena still helps SGB get ahead in control and has a difference of up to 2k money when the kill point is balanced. In that game, SGB easily ate the dragon, took the turret and pushed the MBE into a difficult position.
MBE had very commendable counterattack efforts after 20 minutes when the outer turret was completely peeled off, SGB had the advantage to advance but was constantly prevented and even went home. But apart from preventing SGB from chipping a minion, the MBE didn’t do much, SGB still had Dragon Soul at 26 minutes and the game was getting harder and harder with the MBE.
Wiped out the MBE in the 31st minute, SGB went straight to the main house and ended the game.
In game 2, MBE had a much more significant bounce when it had the advantage in the mid game, although before that, SGB was still doing better. This time, the VCS rookies paid more attention to the big goal, namely the dragon when they actively contested the first 2 Elemental dragons of the game.
The biggest mistake of MBE as well as many other teams when facing SGB is not being able to stop the great momentum of Shogun. With the green KDA, it’s hard to stop SGB’s gunner from sweeping the teamfights.
Nugu – MBE’s mid laner is still the brightest spot in the squad but that’s not enough when MBE’s winning teamfights leave nothing and SGB takes advantage of the loophole too well.
Even Dragon Soul could not help MBE get an equalizer victory against VCS runner-up, 30 minutes MBE stumbled in a very unfortunate fight and was still 2-0 for SGB.