T1 vs Execration: prediction and bets on DPC SEA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I, March 31, 2022
On Thursday, March 31, the second DPC (Dota Pro Circuit) league of the 2021/22 season in the Asian region will continue. The only match of the day within Week 3 in the elite division, T1 and Execration (abbreviated XctN) will meet, starting at 6 p.m. local time (1 p.m. Moscow time) on an online server in Singapore.
DPC SEA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I is an online Dota 2 tournament that will be held from March 16 to April 21, 2022. The 8 strongest teams from the region of Southeast Asia will fight for $ 205,000. In addition to cash prizes, teams are fighting for 3 tickets to the Major and important DPC points needed to get to T11.
The current form of T1 The first spring upset in Asia was T1’s defeat to Polaris Esports (0-2), but luckily for T1, they were up against Nigma who, despite their massive losing run, managed to take away one map, in the following round. T1’s game wasn’t particularly outstanding until the final match against SMG, which the nominal leaders won with ease, not allowing the powerful opponents to establish their play properly. T1 are playing against an outsider on Thursday, and dropping points would be inexcusable.
In the January off-season, T1 became yet another Asian team to reshuffle its roster. However, there was a very noisy turnover of Position 1 on this team, with the departure of great Nuengnara Teeramahanon ’23savage’. Kim Villafuerte Santos ’Gabbi’, a Filipino player best known for his roles in TNC and the ambitious Talon project, has taken his place. The refusal of the entire team to play with ’23savage’ explains his departure; perhaps this was the reason for the T1’s loss in January when their gameplay and the results mysteriously vanished. The team won’t easily forget the absence of a Major, and a sharp drop in motivation in its play might be visible. However, T1 have changed since then; a new player was found and they performed better in the regional finals (2nd place) than in the regional league (3rd place). T1 finished 3rd in the 10th season of the BTS series tournament following the regional finals.
Despite finishing 3rd in the inaugural DPC league and an incredible rise in the BOOM squad’s game plan, this team is the clear favorite in Southeast Asia this season. Last season, T1 had a blast: qualified for TI10, won a million dollars, and finished 7-9th in the year’s main competition. The organization’s top successes are all tied to League of Legends, however, in Dota 2, it has made modest progress.
The latest results of T1: • Won against Team SMG 2-0 • Won against Nigma Galaxy SE 2-1 • Lost against Polaris Esports 0-2 • Lost against Team Orca 0-2 • Won against Execretion 2-1
The current form of Execretion At the start of this spring split, the Filipinos had lost 3 games in a row. The team was unsatisfied with its 6th-place finish in the first round of the Asian DPC competition, therefore, it began the spring season with 3 rookies. Jinn Marrey P. Lamatao ‘Palos’ has returned to the carry position after a year of bouncing about from one Filipino club to the next, and this is his second effort to play in Execration. The entrance of Justine Ryan Evangelista Grimaldo ‘Tino’ to Position 3, who won the first round of the DPC leagues with BOOM, was a significant reinforcement. Mark Jubert Redira ‘Shanks’, a Position 4 player who doesn’t really excite us, is the third newcomer. He’s a typical Execration transfer, especially when contrasted to ‘Tino’, who went from the first team in Asia to the 6th.
Unlike their current opponents, the reformed Execration squad competed in the BTS Pro Series Season 10: Southeast Asia tournament, finishing 4th. Prior to the start of the DPC competition, the Filipinos were awarded vice-champions of the PNXBET Invitationals Southeast Asia Season 4, where they were unable to defeat Polaris in the final.
The latest results of Execration: • Lost against TNC Predator 1-2 • Lost against Fnatic 1-2 • Lost against OB.Neon 1-2 • Won against LBZS 2-0 • Lost against Lilgun 0-2
Head-to-head encounters T1 have never lost a face-to-face match to Execration in their entire team history. Yes, there were a lot of ties, but in the DPC leagues, no ties are allowed. Therefore, T1 should be safe according to the present Filipinos’ performance and eSports betting sites.
We think that T1 will win with a handicap of -1.5 on maps, the odds for this are 2.08 at Buff.bet.