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Blacklist International avenges Group Stage loss, eliminates Fire Flux Esports


Blacklist International gets to live another day after they eliminated Fire Flux Esports in the lower bracket of the M5 Mobile Legends World Championship Monday at Riza Memorial Coliseum in Manila.

In do-or-die matches after losing to Indonesian powerhouse ONIC Esports this past weekend, OHEB, Edward, Sensui, Yue, and Renejay avenged their Group Stage loss to Fire Flux Esports by 3-1 to send the Turkish squad packing.

“Our team was awakened when we lost to them because we got a little complacent. We reviewed our mistakes and adjusted them accordingly. What we showed against ONIC we showed against,” Blacklist International roamer Renejay said after the match.

Blacklist International, now in the lower bracket quarterfinal, awaits the loser between AP Bren and Geek Fam that is scheduled to take place tomorrow at 6:00 PM while Fire Flux Esports ends its run with a top 7 to 8 finish taking home $30,000.

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