Can’t say Wisp blazes through Ok.Dota cup

Can’t say Wisp blazes through Ok.Dota cup

Can’t say Wisp blazes through Ok.Dota cup

Comments 📅31 December 2014, 23:12

The Singaporean and Australian mixed team of Can’t say Wisp blazes through the recently concluded ok.Dota cup held in Singapore to earn themselves $24,000 in cold hard cash. Can’t say Wisp put up a very dominating performance this past weekend, dropping only one game to KingSurf during the entirety of the tournament. They easily took out G-Guard eSports in the finals with a clean 3-0 sweep. G-Guard brought in Lim Wai Pern (Net) as a replacement due to the passing of Raymond Wong (Sharky)

KingSurf was meant to be Benedict Lim’s (hyhy’s) first major comeback tournament but due to food poisoning prior to the event had to sit out the tournament, but the team made an equally impressive run. Initially going 1-2 in the group stage meant that they started off in the loser’s bracket during the playoff stage, but that did not deter the team, defeating opponents after opponents to clinch a third place finish, just a whisker away from making it to the grand final. They left the event with $4,000.

The ok.Dota tournament is mainly sponsored by an energy drink, OK-Energy drink, looking to break into the South East Asian market. A first for the region, it is hoped that we see more corporate sponsors stepping in to boost the regions eSports profile in the future.

Final Standings:

Champion: Can’t Say Wisp ($24,000)

Second Place: G-Guard eSports ($12,000)

Third Place: Kingsurf ($4,000)

Source: Ok. Dota

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