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Blacklist International beats Team SMG for second Group Stage win at M5

Blacklist International scored its second win in the group stage of M5 Mobile Legends World Championship over Malaysia’s Team SMG on Monday evening at EVM Convention Center in Quezon City.

Composed of its MPL Season 12 roster of Edward, OHEB, Sensui, Yue, and RENEJAY, Blacklist International scored first blood by breaking all but one of Team SMG’s turrets in a matter of 16 minutes in Game 1.

The Malaysians made a comeback in Game 2 but ultimately got dominated in the final game. Now atop Group B with a standing of 2-0 with 3 points, Blacklist International has one game left against Fire Flux Esports on Thursday, December 7.

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