RSG Philippines continues to dominate in MSC 2022 group stage as it stamped its class all over sister team RSG SG with a clean 2-0 sweep in their best-of-two match at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre on Saturday, June 11.

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Jhonard “Demonkite” Caranto and Eman “Emann” Sangco took the spotlight anew as they powered the Filipino bets to an immaculate 2-0 win-loss record atop the Group B standings with a full six points across the board.

In Game 1, Demonkite showed why he’s one of the top Fanny players in the country as he set the tone in RSG PH’s scintillating 27-3 demolition of its Singapore counterpart in the series opener.

RSG SG struggled to contain Demonkite’s Fanny which wreaked havoc with a 7-1-8 line. With the Singaporeans focused on shutting down the Fanny pick, Emann and Aqua on the Beatrix and Cecilion picks respectively quickly got their core items and safely dished out the damage from afar.

Emann finished with a 8-0-8 KDA while Aqua had a 5-0-15 tally.

The series clinching game also turned out to be Emann’s playground as his gold lane Claude fed on its early kills to quickly snowball and dominate the team fights for the Filipinos.

RSG PH showed no mercy as it was relentless with its lane pressure to close out the series with a lopsided 18-2 win. Eman unloaded an impressive 7-1-8 line while Demonkite who utilized a surprise jungle Julian pick added a neat 3-0-6 tally.

RSG PH now awaits the results of the other groups set to be played on Sunday, June 12 to determine its opponents in the upper bracket first round of the playoffs.


Source: Manila Bulletin (https://mb.com.ph/2022/06/12/rsg-ph-stamps-class-against-rsg-sg-punches-ticket-to-msc-playoffs/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=rsg-ph-stamps-class-against-rsg-sg-punches-ticket-to-msc-playoffs)