Esports AcadArena W1 – Uomi’s Digest

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Esports AcadArena W1 – Uomi’s Digest

 

It’s been quite some time since we had collegiate League of Legends action injected in our veins, and EAA’s Alliance League – Week 1 made sure we released our pent-up desires! 😉

 

Match 1 FIT – ADMU

The opening match of the Alliance League between FIT’s iTamaraws and ADMU’s LG Esports was nothing short of explosive. Fights happened all around the map with both FIT Yato and LG Jooly exerting early pressure on all lanes. However, it was always the iTamaraws that had the upper hand in skirmishes and team fights. With FIT Jovan’s excellent control of the top lane on Mordekaiser, FIT was able to build a stronghold of a lead, ending the game 19-3 to snag the first blood of Alliance League 2020 in dominating fashion.

 

Match 2 USA – UPD

With the first match being of aggression and pace, the second match of the day between USA’s Eagles and UPD’s Oblation Esports was the total opposite. The Eagles drafted a team fighting heavy composition- with champions such as Nautilus, Lissandra, and even a Malphite to finish it up. 

In response, Oblation Esports drafted a scaling composition and absolutely slowed down the pace of the game. At 15 minutes, there were only 3 kills on the board, no big fights for objectives, and outer turrets are still active on the map. Once the scaling kicked in, UPD Solace’s Corki went ratatata over the dead bodies of the Eagles around the rift, closing out the game with his big package.

 

Match 3 MGS – USC

The classic Mage versus Warrior matchup happened on the rift, and it was quite one-sided. The Warriors from USC, despite the nature of their name, drafted a safe composition. They took Ashe as their carry paired with a Janna support and a Shen in top lane. On paper, this composition sounds great, however they didn’t expect the Mages of Mapua to run an overly aggressive composition. The Mages ran double teleport on both solo laners, and placed MGS Admit on Bard. This ultimately trumped the safety of USC, having the numbers advantage on almost all skirmishes, superior lane control through roaming, all of which led to objectives, and eventually- the win.

 

Match 4 UST – HAU

Perhaps the most awaited match-up of the night, with fans from both the Telecubs and the Angelites rallying their schools in Twitch chat. However, it ended with silence and a good amount of disappointment. The Archangels from HAU failed to be punctual and got disqualified by Esports AcadArena’s officials in order to maintain competitive integrity of the tournament. The Teletigers from UST were awarded the victory right after the announcement by casters Hyron and Dash, starting the season with a clean 1-0 record.

 

Esports AcadArena

Esports AcadArena Alliance League is a collegiate esports league sponsored by Globe Telecom and ACER Predator. The league features the pioneer members of Esports AcadArena’s Alliance: FIT (iTamaraws), ADMU (LG Esports), USA (Golden Eagles), UPD (Oblation Esports), Mapua (Mages), USC (Warriors), UST (Teletigers), HAU (Archangels), DLSU (Viridus Arcus), and MCL (Warlocks).

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