Dota 2 BTS Pro Series S3: Among Us Remains Undefeated In SEA Competition

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Among Us is a Dota 2 team that was made “for fun.” Despite coming from different teams, it seems that the roster has enough natural chemistry to dominate the ongoing BTS Pro Series Season 3. That’s right, Among Us remains the sole undefeated team in the tournament.

The BTS Pro Series Season 3 is divided into three different regions, with each one having a prize pool of $50,000. Learn more about this competition here.

For those of you wondering, here’s the current roster of Among Us:

  • Nuengnara “23savage” Teeramahanon (signed with Vici Gaming)
  • Abed Azel “Abed” Yusop (currently with Evil Geniuses)
  • Carlo “Kuku” Palad (formerly with Geek Fam)
  • Anucha “Jabz” Jirawong (formerly with Fnatic)
  • Matthew “Whitemon” Filemon (formerly with Geek Fam)

On seeing those names, it’s clear that it look like something of an All-Star lineup, and so far Among Us has been showing that.

The team's first game was against 032, which Among Us dominated and swept 2–0. After that, the group went up against Motivate.Trust Gaming. While it took Among Us a little longer to finish each of the two games, it was still a strong performance from the squad.

Among Us would be tested in their third game, which was against the region’s top team, TNC Predator. However, the story was pretty much the same as the previous matches as Among Us again benefitted from excellent performance from its members, particularly 23savage and Abed.

By now you probably know what happens in their next two games, first against Execration and then versus 496 Gaming. To be fair, 496 gave Among Us a run for their money in their second game. The lead was originally in favor of 496, but excellent plays from Kuku helped swing the favor to Among Us.

The SEA division still has a few days left in the Group Stage, but it looks Among Us and TNC may be guaranteed a spot in the Playoffs.


Moving over to the Americas, Quincy Crew has taken a comfortable lead and sits on top with a 6–1 record. Following them is beastcoast, having a standing of 3–5. With one day left in the Group Stage, it looks like there’s no stopping Quincy Crew from entering the Playoffs. The teams are pretty much set, with the remaining matches probably only serving to determine the seeding of the Playoffs.


Moving over to the other side of the world, appears to have a good lead over the rest of the EU/CIS competition. The team is guaranteed a spot in the Playoffs, despite having one match left. The tournament does look like it'll be another disappoint for B8, the team formed and led by Danil “Dendi” Ishutin. Of the seven games played, they managed to get a draw on one and lost the others. B8 may have a chance to join the Playoffs if they win their last game.

What are your thoughts on this tournament? Which teams are you rooting for? Let us know in the comments section below.

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