BTS EU Recap: Na`Vi vs Pries Gaming

 

Today, Ukraine Natus Vincere emerged victorious from clash with Russian Federation PRIES, defeating them 2-0 in the Bo3 series. Let's see how did the team do, and revisit the highlights!

The match was part of Beyond The Summit EU tournament. Having won the match, Natus Vincere advance to the next part, and their next game is soon to follow.


 
Lich Beastmaster Tiny

First Game

[1:0]

Gyrocopter Dragon Knight Spirit Breaker Bane Disruptor
Danil "Ukraine Dendi" Ishutin Eugeniy "Ukraine Sh4dowehhh" Alekseev Akbar "Russian Federation SoNNeikO" Butayev

Dmitry "Russian Federation Ax.Mo"

Morozov

Dmitry "Russian Federation Ditya Ra" Minenkov   Vladislav "Ukraine Gedrox" Kozak

Vladimir "Serbia AtTheSpeedOfLife"

Stojakovic

Stefan "Serbia pwN94" Pavlovic Gabriele "Italy GiGA" Giganti Tilen "Italy Zenigata" Simcic
 

 

Game 1 results- Natus Vincere won

 

The first game was in favor of Na`Vi almost from the very beginning. The first blood went our way- Disruptor taken out in hard lane by Lich and Beastmaster. The line-up of both teams favored us a lot in early game- the advantage that, surely enough, yielded its fruits. The game overall was not particularly flashy- mostly farming and some skirmishes, that were in favor of Na`Vi. Dendi's rotation to top that gave him double kill made his life that much easier- being level 7, he made use of  Sonic Wave Sonic Wave. That very same top lane gave Lich of sh4dowehhh a nice triple kill thanks to his  Chain FrostChain Frost Chain Frost; he repeated his success later in the game, only in the bottom lane. Traditional Io-Tiny double mid ensured a stable gold and level income for both participants, while constantly leaving their opponents harassed, only to be killed later. There were smoke attempts from the side of Pries, but they were not realized to their full potential- thanks to the teamplay of Na`Vi. SoNNeiko has demonstrated a stellar performance this game as Io, saving and healing his teammates who were literally on the verge of death. By and large, by having fights go the way of our team, we have secured the domination and carried it all the way to the end of the game- a smoke was what it took to crush the opponent, who called GG.

 

In case you missed it (or just want to re-watch it), here is the game 1.

 

 


 

Puck Chen Vengeful Spirit Earthshaker Lycan

Second Game

[2:0]

Ember Spirit Invoker Sand King Shadow Shaman Ancient Apparition
Danil "Ukraine Dendi" Ishutin Eugeniy "Ukraine Sh4dowehhh" Alekseev Akbar "Russian Federation SoNNeikO" Butayev

Dmitry "Russian Federation Ax.Mo"

Morozov

Dmitry "Russian Federation Ditya Ra" Minenkov   Vladislav "Ukraine Gedrox" Kozak

Vladimir "Serbia AtTheSpeedOfLife"

Stojakovic

Stefan "Serbia pwN94" Pavlovic Gabriele "Italy GiGA" Giganti Tilen "Italy Zenigata" Simcic

 

Game 2 results- Natus Vincere won

The game 2 started off similar to game 1. Notably, first blood has also gone to Natus Vincere on top at the same minute as in game 1- Sand King was killed by Vengeful Spirit. Chen was doing some work in the jungle, also not forgetting to help the mid laner- Dendi on Puck. There were fewer teamfights in the game that were as large as game 1, but still Na`Vi were amassing the advantage over their opponent steadily. A few ganks in few different places have seriously weakened the opponents' power, not allowing them to realize their potential. For example, Shadow Shaman, being a hero who exceeds at pushing thanks to his Mass Serpent Ward Mass Serpent Ward,  was unable to become a serious nuisance because he simply did not have his ultimate up until the actual end of the game. Well-executed teamplay has secured our victory!

 

AuthorPemberton Date23 December 2015, 22:58 Views2433 Comments0
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