ONIC Esports Oust RRQ Hoshi And Win Its 3rd MPL ID Title

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In the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Indonesia Season 10 (MPL ID Season 10) finals match, ONIC Esports defeated RRQ Hoshi by a score of 4-1 to win the tournament.

RRQ Hoshi defeated ONIC 3-1 yesterday to advance to the lower bracket final. ONIC defeated Aura Fire 3-0 in the lower bracket final to earn a rematch with the defending champion in the grand final.

Kairi “Kairi” Rayosdelsol opened the series with a flawless 6/0/5 KDA on his signature Ling. It was such a one-sided affair that RRQ wasn’t able to destroy a tower throughout the match.

RRQ Hoshi answered back in the second game after midlaner Deden “Clayyy” Nurhasan secured his first career Savage on Valentina, recording an 8/0/10 kill score by the end of the match. But that was the last time RRQ Hoshi would win in this grand final showdown.

Games three and four were dominated by ONIC after that. In the fifth and final game, RRQ Hoshi persevered and finished neck-and-neck with ONIC for the championship trophy. However, after ONIC killed the Enhanced Lord and Albert Neilsen “Alberttt” Iskandar’s Dyrroth at the 18-minute mark, everything went apart.

All three of the base turrets were propelled toward the crystal by the Lord. RRQ made one final attempt to defend, but ONIC won thanks to a last-second Maniac from Calvin “CW” Winata’s Lesley.

A day after being named the regular season MVP, Kairi was named the grand final MVP for his brilliant performance in the jungle. ONIC will also receive the majority of the $300,000 prize money.

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SOURCE: ONIC Esports

Indonesia will be represented by both RRQ Hoshi and ONIC Esports in the upcoming M4 World Championship which will take place in Indonesia early next year.

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