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ECHO books MSC playoffs slot with win over Fire Flux Impunity

(Photo from ECHO / Facebook)

ECHO punched its ticket to the MSC 2023 Playoffs following a three-game thriller with Fire Flux Impunity in the group stage this Sunday in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

The M4 world champion and MPL Season 11 champion won the opening game only to see Fire Flux Impunity make a comeback in Game 2 to tie the series.

In Game 3, ECHO leaned on Bennyqt’s Wanwan to cop the series in just 11 minutes—ending the match with an impressive 8/0/6 KDA.

“I think we can get the MSC title because we are riding the momentum right now,” ECHO’s star jungler KarlTzy said after the match.

As ECHO secured its spot in the playoffs, Blacklist International is slated to have its first match in the tournament tomorrow against Team Occupy at 8:00 p.m.

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