Team Secret continue to be unstoppable in OMEGA League: EU Immortal Division

OMEGA League Immortal Division kicked off again today with
Team Secret and FlyToMoon kicking things off as both teams played their fourth
series of the event.

As always, going into any recent event, Team Secret were
almost entirely unstoppable, taking a commanding victory in their first three
series, dropping only a single game so far. For FlyToMoon, the event had not
gone great so far, managing only a single victory on their path to today’s
series – but they would be hoping to change things up against Secret, although
that proved to be an extremely tough task, as for any team.

Going into the first game, it was oddly FTM who were quick
to take the fight to Secret, pushing their cores back in farm and, although
trading away support kills, taking a small advantage into the mid-game period. However,
as it was Secret that they were up against, FTM were always going to be on a
tight timing window and as the game progressed, that window became smaller and
smaller. By around 20-minutes things begun to fall apart for FTM and it almost seemed
as though they had become extremely tilted as Secret took control of the game
completely and forced out the GG call just past the half hour mark.

After having such a good start to the previous game, it was
expected that FTM could produce a better ending to the next, but that was not
to be the case at all. The GG call came in under 20-minutes this time around as
they managed only four kills compared to the twenty from Secret and dropped
another series at OMEGA League: EU Immortal Division.

With the victory, Secret move to the top of Group B, currently unbeaten and with a series against OG awaiting them tomorrow. For FlyToMoon, they will currently remain in fourth place with their final series against Team Liquid tomorrow being a must-win situation if they are to make it into the OMEGA League: EU Divine Division play-in stage – but unfortunately, relegation is on the cards after the loss.

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