Blacklist Global CEO Tryke Guttierez indicated their frustration but stayed positive after Blacklist Rivalry neglected to advance towards the Lima significant after a difficult number of losings within the Dota professional Circuit SEA 2023 Tour 1: Division I.
Coming down a 2-1 victory against Boom Esports, Blacklist Rivalry had the opportunity to secure a significant berth final Monday against Geek Slate but did not capitalize on the 1-0 show lead which generated a 1-2 loss.
The loss forced a tiebreaker for a passing fancy time among them and Talon Esports which the latter ultimately won via sweep.
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“What happened yesterday had been disappointing as you would expect. For the present time, we’d the players sleep to reset. We’ve BTS coming and some months ahead of the next DPC,” posted Tryke following the loss.
“We’re a newly built group and contains undoubtedly a great deal to discover. That game with Geek Fam tested our restrictions and unfortuitously we arrived on the losing end pero I’m hopeful not merely due to toxic positivity but because we had been actually one clash far from the majors up against the # 2 group in your community. That show with Talon wasn’t us anymore,” included Tryke.
Tryke stated that the group use this time around to lick their wounds and get ready for Tour 2. He additionally thanked everybody whom supported the group throughout the span of the growing season and apologized to everybody they disappointed.
“We have actually plenty items that we must fix as well as for now that which we have is time.. We are going to maybe not waste this leisure time to simply lick our wounds, we are going to focus on we to ensure that you’ll see a much better item within the coming months,” said Tryke.
“Salamat sa nagtiwala, salamat sa nandito pa rin at sorry sa mga nadisappoint namin.”
Blacklist Rivalry joined initial trip whilst the clear-cut favorite after assembling an All-Filipino all-star group which include PH Dota 2 symbol Carlo “Kuku” Palad, Polo “Raven” Fausto, Karl “Karl” Baldovino, Timothy “TIMS” Randrup, and Nico “eyyou” Barcelon.
The team wound up at fourth destination with a 4-3 win-loss standing.