Onic Philippines demolished RSG Singapore with a neat 3-0 sweep to reach the upper bracket semifinals of the Mobile Legends Bang Bang: M3 World Championship at the Suntec Singapore Convention Centre on Sunday, Dec. 12.

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The PH bets banked on its patented split-push strategy and superb macro control to throw RSG off their game and protect its upper bracket seat.

Gerald “Dlarskie” Trinchera shone bright on his signature Uranus to set the tone for the romp in the first two games before Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol took over in the series clincher to drop the host team to the lower bracket.

Dlarskie was unkillable on the Uranus in Games 1 and 2 as he anchored Onic’s three-lane pressure to create the space for its carry heroes to dominate the jungle, all while also disrupting RSG’s rotation with aggressive base cutting.

“The General” kept on forcing a reaction to RSG players and still managed to come out unscathed against five -man ganks from the host team.

Dlar absorbed a whopping 208, 089 damage in Game 1 to take the MVP honors while Jaylord “Hatred” Gonzales on the mid-lane role continues to flourish with a support Chou finishing with a spotless 3-0-3 KDA as Onic took a 9-8 Game 1 win.

Screenshot from M3 World championship stream

Onic made a repeat in Game 2 as Dlar’s Uranus, this time, paired with the tower-melting Popol and Kupa of Marky “Markyyy”Capacio proved to be the biggest thorn for the host team.

With Hatred on the Aamon and Kairi on the Yi Sun-Shin went untouched with their farms, the two dominated the team fights and even scored a wipeout, despite being on a 4v5 disadvantage in a clash for the Lord at the 10-minute mark.

Kairi unloaded a 4-1-8 KDA while Hatred finished with a 7-3-6 score line as Onic took a commanding 2-0 series lead.

Screenshot from M3 World championship stream

RSG SG showed resolve in Game 3 as it banked on Bellamy “Lolskie” Yeov’s Lolita to neutralize Onic’s double marksman setup. Onic however managed to drag the game to the late game, all thanks to a four-man push to take down RSG’s inhibitor turret in the bottom lane and a crucial Lord steal from Kairi.

Onic then waited for the perfect time to strike as Kairi took over in the final clash of the series, scoring a Maniac and eventually a wipe out against RSG to seal the deal.

Screenshot from M3 World championship stream

Onic now awaits the winner of the RRQ Hoshi and EVOS Singapore clash as its opponent in the next round of the upper bracket.

Source: Manila Bulletin (https://mb.com.ph/2021/12/12/onic-ph-demolishes-rsg-sg-to-reach-m3-upper-bracket-semis/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=onic-ph-demolishes-rsg-sg-to-reach-m3-upper-bracket-semis)