Dota 2 OMEGA League: Team Secret Is Your EU Immortal Division Champion

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It's no "Secret" who's the best.
It's no "Secret" who's the best. Team Secret

Team Secret solidified its dominance as the team was declared the champion in the EU Immortal Division of the Dota 2 OMEGA League. Secret has been on a roll since May, getting top spots in six tournaments. This does not even include winning DreamLeague Season 13.

Overall, Secret played a total of 19 games in the tournament and lost only two of those. That’s a win rate of 89%. The team is composed of Lasse “MATUMBAMAN” Urpalainen, Michal “Nisha” Jankowski, Ludwig “zai” Wahlberg, Yazied “YapzOr” Jaradat, and Clement “Puppey” Ivanov.

During the Group Stage, Secret managed to sweep four other teams 2–0. They only got a loss against Team Liquid. This guaranteed a spot in the Upper Bracket of the Playoffs.

The first Team Secret playoff game was against Evil Geniuses. While EG had a good showing during the Group Stage, they were pretty much outclassed in this match. For example, in the first game EG only had a total of five kills. Nisha had a total of 14 kills and zero deaths. For the second game, EG gave it their best, but it would still go to Secret.

In the second match, Secret had an excellent lead against OG in the first game. However, OG managed to turn things around at the last minute to get the win. Secret would be more careful and in the next two games made sure that they protected their lead to finish the match at 2–1.

The Grand Finals was a rematch with OG, and this time Secret made sure to remind OG just who was the king in the region. In the first game, OG managed to grab the lead, but Secret turned things around to get the win. In the second game, it was again all Secret with MATUMBAMAN getting a total of 16 kills and Nisha contributing 10 kills.

By the time the third game rolled in, it was more of a formality as OG appeared to have given up. Total team kills were 29–6 in favor of Secret and the game itself lasted only around 22 minutes.

With the win, Secret gets to take home $200,000 while OG brings with them $125,000. Rounding up the top finishes are Team Nigma with $60,000 and Alliance getting $30,000.

What did you like most about this tournament? Are you excited to see Team Secret on top again? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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