Southeast Asia: Fnatic take the crown 3-0
Game one: An enraged Troll dominates Adroit
In the SEA Grand Finals, Fnatic made short work of Adroit and claimed the series 3-0.
The first match was a clear victory for Fnatic who had the upper hand throughout the entire game, up to a 32k networth advantage. Neungnara '23savage' Teeramahanon cleaved his way through Adroit on Troll Warlord (14/3/5).
Game two: baitbaitbait into Echo Slam
The second match was another victory for Fnatic. Djardel 'DJ' Mampusti landed several perfectly timed Echo Slams with Earthshaker, which were also greatly prepared by his team.
Around 14 minutes, Daryl Koh 'iceiceice' Pei Xiang baited Adroit and lured them near Fnatic's base, so his smoked team-mates could initiate a team fight. DJ jumps in with a huge Echo Slam and Fnatic take four kills.
Game three: Fnatic seal the deal
Adroit were not able to stage a comeback and they had to call GG after 33 minutes. Kam 'Moonn' Boon Seng put his skill on Outworld Devourer on display: He dominated Adroit with a 14/1/5 kill score and dealt the most damage.
With a flawless 3-0 victory, Fnatic take the series and crown themselves kings of ESL One Online SEA.
WE ARE THE #ESLOne LOS ANGELES SEA CHAMPIONS!— FNATIC (@FNATIC) April 2, 2020
Whilst we couldn't be in the City of Angels, a huge thank you to @AdroitDota, @boomesportsid & @TeamGeekFam for putting on an amazing show for all in Southeast Asia. And, of course, a to @ESLDota2 for adapting the tournament so fast! pic.twitter.com/44GmpiT2RT
Photo credit: Adela Sznajder DreamHack