Djardel “DJ” Mampusti’s Bleed Esports campaign is off to a rough start after the team suffered back-to-back losses to open the Dota Pro Circuit Southeast Asia 2023 Tour 2: Division I.
Bleed Esports kick-started its campaign against the newly-promoted Army Geniuses and lost the series in three games.
DJ was limited to just a kill and seven assists along with 11 deaths on Tusk in the 15-39 Game One loss in 43 minutes and 59 seconds of action.
He managed to bounce back in Game Two, dishing out a game-high 14 assists laced with two kills and two deaths on Alchemist as Bleed Esports evened the series with a convincing 28-7 win 26 minutes and two seconds.
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Unfortunately, Bleed Esports could not sustain their form and suffered another lopsided loss, 11-32, in 39 minutes and 22 seconds in Game Three.
Bleed Esports ended the week with another 0-2 loss against the league-leading Execration.
Execration loss Game One, 3-20, in 25 minutes before dropping a 19-28 loss in Game Two.
Bleed Esports will go up against Geek Slate next on March 20.