Team SMG kick-started its Dota Pro Circuit Southeast Asia 2023 Tour 2: Division I with a bang, sweeping all of its three matches in the opening week to claim the early lead in the standings.
The Malaysian-based squad recently added Wilson “poloson” Koh and the move definitely paid dividends as the former Invictus Gaming hard support played a part in the team’s 3-0 start to open the second tour of the DPC.
Team SMG opened its week with a 2-0 win over Blacklist Rivalry before sweeping the newly-promoted Polaris Esports. The team then capped off Week One with another rousing sweep, this time against last tour’s top seed Execration.
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The team’s strong start to the tour has given them an early advantage over their rivals in the Southeast Asia region. With the top teams competing in the Division I tour, the competition is expected to be intense, and every victory will be crucial for teams looking to secure a spot in The International 2023, the biggest Dota 2 tournament of the year.
The addition of poloson to the team has added depth to their roster and given them more options in terms of strategy and gameplay. He has quickly adapted to the team’s playing style, and his contribution has been vital to the team’s success in the opening week of the tour. With his experience and skills, poloson will undoubtedly play a crucial role in Team SMG’s campaign in the DPC Southeast Asia 2023 Tour 2: Division I.
Team SMG will look to build on their early momentum and continue their winning streak as they face tougher challenges in the coming weeks. Their next match will be against Talon Esports, who finished third in the last tour.
It will be a test of Team SMG’s strength and resilience, and a win against a strong opponent like Talon Esports will solidify their position as one of the top teams in the region.
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