DPC 2021/2022 T1: Polaris Esports Top Leaderboard in SEA Div II

The matches of the seventh game day in some regions and divisions have come to an end, which means that we can summarize some interim results regarding the performance of the teams.

China

In today's gaming day, there were two confrontations in the second division with the participation of CDEC Gaming, Neptune Gaming, ShenZhen and Xtreme Gaming. In the match between CDEC Gaming and Neptune Gaming, the former won the debut map, after which Neptune took the two remaining ones from CDEC. The duel between ShenZhen and Xtreme ended 2-0 in favor of Xtreme. Although Neptune won, they still have no chance of reaching the playoffs, as they were defeated in six previous matches. CDEC, in turn, and all other teams still have the opportunity to reach the final stage.

Tournament table

Southeast Asia

First division

There was only one match in the top division of Southeast Asia. T1 and SMG Esports fought in it. The teams had not the most interesting meeting, which ended with a score of 2-0. This allowed T1 to gain a foothold in the top 2, while SMG are now in 4th place.

Tournament table

Second division

The second division played two matches in the last game day. Nigma Galaxy.SEA beat Talon Esports 2-1, while Lilgun couldn't do anything with their opponents from Polaris Esports.

Nigma Galaxy.SEA finished second, while Polaris secured a top-1 position and have a better chance of making the playoffs.

Tournament table

South America

First division

INF.UESPORTS held their only meeting with SG Esports in the last game day. Both maps were not too long, though not short. The first one was completed in 39 minutes, and the second - in 40 minutes. In both of them INF.UESPORTS defeated their opponents.

INF.UESPORTS are now in 4th place, while SG Esports are in 7th place.

Tournament table

Second division

The Balrogs in the second division have shown one of the best results in the last matches. They defeated Gorillaz Prider 2-0 and settled on the second line of the group table. They are second only to Infinity Esports, which have not lost a single map. In the second match, Omega Gaming defeated Wolf Team with a score of 2-1. It is noteworthy that the second map ended in 18 minutes in Wolf's favor.

Tournament table

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