Unstoppable, amazing, merciless – Team Secret claim their seventh online event in a row

OMEGA League: Europe Immortal Division reached its final day
today with the best-of-five grand finals to close things out as Team Secret
went up against OG for the championship.

Earlier today we witnessed Team Nigma fighting against OG in
a rematch of The International 2019 grand final and the result was much the
same as every time the two teams met since, with OG taking a solid 2-0 victory.
This meant that OG would get another shot at taking down Secret after managing
to take a single game off them in the upper bracket finals. However, it was
extremely unlikely considering the rampage of Secret in every online event
which they have been a part of.

Going into the series we seemed set for some fireworks as game
one lasted nearly a full hour and OG were the ones initially making all the
plays across the map. With a massive 79 kills in total over the 53-minute game,
both teams put up a spectacular fight but, as usual, it was Secret who came out
ahead. Turning things around from 40-minutes onwards, Secret broke OGs spirit
and took a quick series lead. After that it was time for Secret to show their
normal skill as they barely allowed their opponent a chance to breath in game
two, with Lasse “MATUMBAMAN” Urpalainen even managing to secure a Lifestealer
RAMPAGE as Secret moved to 2-0.

Things got worse as game three came around and it was clear from very early on that Secret would be easily securing another unstoppable grand final unless OG could make a huge turnaround. It took only 22-minutes for the GG call to out this time as Secret destroyed their opponent and claimed their seventh online tournament win in a row – their eighth tournament win this year.

The win sees Secret walk away with $200,000 while OG take the second place reward of $125,000. However, there were also a few consolation prizes as the MVP vote for both support and core players went to Maroun “GH” Merhej and Amer “Miracle” Al-Barkawi of Team Nigma who receive $5,000 over and above the third place prize of $60,000.

We now look forward to seeing both teams return for OMEGA League: Season 2 which is set to feature both juggernauts toward the end of October. Maybe by then there will be a team which are able to find the Dota 2 mind to take down Clement “Puppey” Ivanov and Team Secret’s brilliance.

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