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Incite disbanded - Corvidae return to the OPL


Unfortunate circumstances has resulted in the third place LAN team, Incite, disbanding. The team had a great run in the OPL but they've decided to take a step back from competitive.

Taking their place will be Corvidae. Returning from coming third in the relegations tournament. After the close competition between Alpha Sydney, Royalty and Corvidae split 3 will surely be the closest split OCE has ever seen.

A spot has opened in the Challenger Cup which will be filled by HyTide who were next in line from the Challenger Cup open tournament.

Be sure to catch all the SMITE action of Challenger Cup on Fridays at 6pm AEST and OPL on Saturdays and Sunday at 6pm AEST over on www.twitch.tv/cgtv_smite

Follow @CGSMITE and @CYBERGAMERAUS on Twitter for all the updates related to SMITE in Oceania!
5 years ago

SMITE OPL Week 7 Recap


Due to the Hotfix on Friday the replays of LlamasInPyjamas vs Corvidae and Dead Weight vs Team Pandamonium were broken and could not be spectated. From what we heard they were among the best games of the split. We do apologize for not being able to show them, we did our best but unfortunately nothing could be done.

Incite vs Avant Garde


With this game being played on the mid season patch teams wanted to try out some interesting gods to see if they would become staple for the meta. With the recent Aphrodite buff Avant wanted to test and see if she worked in the mid lane. For Incite Kikiomeo was able to get his hands on one of his comfort picks NeZha.

The game started passively for both teams, as they were looking to get to level 5 as soon as possible. At the 4 minute mark Kikiomeo attempted a gank onto Gruff by at the left side mid camps but due to a few missed shots of the Taiko drums form Yada and a retaliation from Avant allowed Gruff to get out with his life. 3 minutes later however at the same spot Kikiemeo ganks gruff again but this time is able to seal the deal thanks to the burst from Yada allowing them to get first blood.

At the 10 minute mark a blink Cataclysm from biggy at the right side mid camps sets up 3 kills for Incite with TheBeast rotating from solo lane to get a double kill. After that a fight at gold fury for Incite secure them the kill on Gruff as well as the vital team fights ultimates that Avant need. 2 minutes later Avant start up the gold fury but is stolen thanks to a desert fury from Justlaney and a cataclysm from Biggy, not only do Incite get the gold fury but also 4 kills and a tier 1 due to their aggression. However Incite play a little too aggressively fighting between the tier 1 and 2 towers of the duo lane allowing Avant to get a free kill onto Yada who desperately needed to get back in the game.

Incite return to the duo lane with more of the team invading red buff killing ElChuckles and claiming the tier 1 for their troubles. In a last ditch attempt Avant try to sneak a gold fury but are spotted by the ahead Incite and are decimated losing 4 members. 22 min Incite push aggressively to take the last tower in the duo lane standing for Avant, they dive the tower getting 4 kills and forcing a surrender vote for Avant.


Game 2 was less experimental for Avant picking themselves the OCE staple of Cabraken and Maus' best god Janus, Incite were able to get Biggy's favorite god Bacchus. At 3:24 Kikiomeo lands a wind fire wheels onto Maus securing first blood for the second time this set. Avant having learnt a bit from last game go on the offensive, using the Through space and time to catch JustLaney off guard and LiquidRenegade traps Laney with no way out. Incite quick to react rotate as well picking up Maus making it a 1 for 1 trade.

JustLaney gets a kill at gold fury onto Gruff thanks to the setup from Kikiomeo. However Avant knowing they have the Cabraken set up a successful gank at left mid caps securing kills for ElChuckles and Robdigidy on Chiron. Avant then attempt a gank in the mid lane forcing out ultimates but not able to secure a single kill, this allowed Incite to return 30 seconds later to the gold fury full health and get 3 kills. 3 minutes later Incite try to bait a gold fury but the strong roster of Avant gives them the teamfight pressure they need making it a 1 for 1 trade. The next gold fury fight goes even better for avant with Robdigidy getting a double kill.

5 minutes later both teams return to the gold fury Incite tries to disengage but they lose 1 as well as the gold fury. Avant no ready to lose that easily go back on the offensive in the mid lane getting 2 more kills for Robdigidy and 1 for LiquidRenegade as well as the tier 1 tower. A team fight occurs in the solo lane getting incite the pressure they need to take the tier 1 tower. Incite attempt to take the gold fury but Elchuckels is able to stop them but Incite then set their sights on Avant in mid with Justlaney getting a triple kill as well as the fire giant. Incite return with fire giant taking the gold fury with ease as well as the tier 2 in duo lane and lane uncontested. After the mid tier 2 falls Incite go for the final blow killing 4 members of Avant and heading straight for the titan.


Standings


1st-Dead Weight 13-1
2nd-Incite 11-3
3rd-Pandamonium 9-5
4th-LlamasInPyajamas 5-9
5th-Avant Garde 4-10
6th- Corvidae 0-14

For more details visit http://au.cybergamer.com/pc/smite/league/rankings/

Thanks LinksClone for this one
5 years ago

Challengers Open Tournaments! Gem Prizing!



To rewards players in the Challengers Cup there will be two double elimination tournaments held on 10th and 24th of July.

The tournaments will be open to everyone outside of the OPL and will be seeded based on Challenger Ladder ratings. If a team is not on the ladder they will be seeded below the Challenger Ladder teams. There will be gem prizing for these tournaments.

These tournaments will not affect ladder rankings, they are for fun and to provide another way for teams to play against each other without risking losing elo.

The tournaments will be double elimination Best of 1 format with the top 3 teams taking home gems!

Sign up to the first tournament here: http://au.cybergamer.com/tournaments/7054/

Good luck to everyone and may the best team win!

Prizes:
1st - 800 gems per player
2nd - 400 gems per player
3rd - 200 gems per player



The tournaments will be streamed on https://www.twitch.tv/cgtv_smite

Make sure to follow @CGSMITE on Twitter for immediate notification of any changes and live tweets! https://twitter.com/cgsmite

For more information on the SMITE Oceania Pro League season visit http://au.cybergamer.com/smite

5 years ago

OPL Week 6 Recap


Ratatoskr has proven to be top of the S tier list with his extreme amount of burst damage and mobility and now he's available in competitive play. The Rat and Susano are both complained about a lot, the teams had to adjust quickly to deal with both of these gods.


LlamasInPyjamas vs Incite


Incite were able to first pick Ratatoskr as he was forgotten throughout the ban phase. Kikiomeo made Llamas regret not banning it after he ulted to the duo lane and picked up first blood on Ranabarana. Llamas returned a kill onto Laney after a great counter gank from Slycy. He pulled Laney out of his leap with Awilix's Gravity Surge and a follow up taunt kept Laney cc'ed long enough to be killed.
By the 4:30 mark Kikiomeo already had 3 kills and completed his Opal Acorn. Incite took the first Gold Fury of the game after killing the duo lane of Llamas. For Llamas to come back they had to make as many picks as possible and keep track of Kikiomeo and shut him down as fast as they could.
TheBeast soloed Shruix under tower but Torreyskiez used Defender of Olympus to return the kill. Incite pressured the left side and picked up 2 more kills sitting at 8-3.
15-4 were the kills at 19 minutes as the first Phoenix fell on the side of Llamas. Incite were too strong and Llamas could not keep up with the damage output. One last team fight in the mid lane saw Incite winning 4-1 and pushing down the tier 2 tower followed by the Phoenix quickly followed by the Titan.


Llamas were able to first pick Susano giving them an advantage but Incite didn't seem too phased by it. Story of game 1 continued in game 2 as first blood went the way of Incite in the duo lane again. Shortly after Swifty was picked off in the mid lane giving Incite the early lead. The first kill for Llamas was onto Kikiomeo after he took far too much damage from Slycy and Torreyskiez.

10-2 read the kill score at 13 minutes as Incite made many picks with very few losses. Llamas were determined to make an impact though as they 4 man ganked the solo lane for a successful kill onto TheBeast and destroy the tower. Unfortunately for Llamas, Incite were prepared and returned 2 kills followed by another in the duo lane shortly thereafter.
Just like game 1 the first Phoenix fell at 19 minutes. Incite picked up 2 phoenixes as Swifty tried to get as much as he could in the mid lane. He was able to get the tier 1 tower and a lot of damage on the tier 2 before being forced to recall. It was interrupted and operation "chase and kill the Janus" was successfully carried out by Incite.

26-4 at 21 minutes spelt the end of the game for Llamas after a commendable attempt to steal the Fire Giant. They were not able to and the game ended 2-0 to Incite.



No MVP Interview VOD

Dead Weight vs Corvidae



First Blood went the way of Dead Weight when the Shred decided to interrupt Corvidae taking their Speed buff. With the help of Agony's World Weaver OnlyGoodAtSolo was able to explode Desacrator's health bar.

First Gold Fury was picked up by Dead Weight but they stayed too long and Corvidae were able to get 2 kills. Before long, Dead Weight made things happen and killed 2 of Corvidae.
By the 16 minute mark the score was 9-4. Corvidae fell behind in overall kills but their strength were returning kills. Where they really fell behind in was objective control and overall team fight playing. Corvidae all have good mechanics but it's the team aspect they need more work on. Against the top team they showed they are better than people had expected.

Dead Weight kept their strong team fighting and objective control ball rolling throughout the entire game. Winning almost every team fight and taking every Gold Fury to snowball and close the game in a quick 21 minutes ending 20-6 in kills.


OnlyGoodAtSolo on his fearsome Fenrir picked up First Blood to start game 2. As he mentioned in last week interview, Horizon helped him with a good build for jungle Fenrir and it worked out well in last week's game so all he had to do was the same thing, if not better.
Excitement ran high as Trilogy and Hs247 were going at it 1v1. Trilogy landed all the basics attacks he could and Hs popped his Centaurus Ultimate to chunk out Trilogy's HP then land a couple basic attacks for the kill but minions killed Hs.

A team fight on the left side jungle was started by Corvidae. They aggressed onto Weave and Desacrator was so close to getting a reset on his I'm a Monster ultimate but hit too early and missed the damage. Dead Weight turned it around and firstly picked off Olimar with OnlyGoodAtSolo's Ragnarok ultimate followed by a kill onto Caizification by Shred then a third kill onto Kayo by OnlyGoodAtSolo. Dead Weight then turned for the Gold Fury and then the tier 1 mid lane tower.

Picks from Dead Weight continued into the mid game as the score was 11-2 and a 6k gold lead. They had little stopping them from taking everything from Corvidae.
At 15 minutes Dead Weight at taken all tier 1 towers and two tier 2 towers and the duo lane Phoenix. The way back into the game for Corvidae had to be Fire Giant steal. 17 minutes and Dead Weight had the Fire Giant. Corvidae's late game team composition couldn't hold out against the early game power of OnlyGoodAtSolo's jungle Fenrir dealing massive damage and feeding his team mates kills with his ult.

1 minute after the Fire Giant was taken the game was over. 24-3 was the kill score. Dead Weight did not hold back and ended the set 2-0.



No MVP Interview VOD

Avant Garde vs Pandemonium



Game 1 started strong for both teams with Erraticc getting his hands on bacchus and LiquidRenagade getting the coveted Susano. Pre level 5 both teams were very passive just securing themselves exp and gold but when the second mid camps spawned Pandemonium looked to gank the mid lane but with a great sanctuary by LiquidRenagade Avant were able to counter gank with gruff getting first blood with lurking in the waters. However Pandemonium were out for blood and were able to get the jump onto Maus under his tier 1 tower. With the power of Nemesis, Bacchus and Poseidon, the Scylla was eviscerated. Pandemonium continued this lead taking an early gold fury with no resistance from Avant but as soon as they finished the gold fury Avant showed up not wanting Pandemonium to get away scott free.

On the chase back to fountain, Avant were able to get a kill on Erraticc for their troubles. The mid game pressure from Panda continued diving deep into Avant's jungle to secure a kill onto Maus. 18 minutes into the game Panda bait another gold fury with Erracticc showing the strength of the belly flop from bacchus to secure even more kills with him tied for most kills at the time. Avant were not going down without a fight managing to win a fight under thier duo lane tier two tower putting them ahead in kills and slowing down Pandemonium's push.

After a minor ward battle Avant go on the agressive into Pandemonium's jungle getting themselves 3 kills, gold fury, the farm they so desperately needed. However this was not enough as Pandamonium went around as a team systematically taking towers and even a phoenix to put them miles ahead of Avant. The final nail in the coffin was a fire giant bait by Panda allowed them to get 4 kills as well as the fire giant. After 5 minutes of minor resistance by Avant Pandamonium took the titan to end the game in around 33 minutes


Second game started well for Pandemonium with Erratic getting Bacchus for the second time in this set while Avant were also get their Susano pick but for the solo lane. With combination Susano solo and Sun Wukong jungle the early game went in the way of Avant with ElChuckles getting 2 solo kills onto Rowe playing Vamana in the span of 2 min. The mid lane however was a very different tale, as Sporks was able to kill Maus on Sol with the power that is thor early game. With a surprise gank thanks to the anvil of dawn catching the already weakened Sol out. Maus was to fall again but this time to Erraticc and his intoxicate only 3 minutes later.

The mid game fell into a lull as both teams went back to playing passively securing as much farm they can for the sure to be gold fury fight. At the 10 minute mark Erraticc and ochita gank the mid lane to pick up another kill on the behind Maus. pandamonium push this advantage even harder pushing into Avant's jungle to steal the red buff, LiquidRenegade tried to retaliate but was bursted down allowing Pandemonium to further their lead. A couple of minutes later Pandemonium push their luck trying to dive the mid tier 1 tower and are punished, giving up 2 kills 2 avant but this minor victory had come at a cost as Maxen was able to take the duo lane tier 1 and tier 2 tower with no resistance. Avant keep trying to bring the momentum back in their favour by forcing Panda off the gold fury as secure it for themselves but Avant like Pandemonium over-extended trying to take the tier 1 tower in duo lane. As a result sporks is able to rotate in and pick up some more kills.

A few minutes later at the fire giant, Avant tried to gank Pandemonium but are kited to their tier 2 and are decimated by the crowd control and burst losing 4 members as well as Maxen getting a triple kill. Panda secure fire giant and end the game in 26 minutes.



No MVP Interview VOD


Standings


1st-Dead Weight 12-0
2nd-Incite 9-3
3rd-Pandamonium 8-4
4th-Avant Garde 4-8
5th-LlamasInPyajamas 3-9
6th- Corvidae 0-12

For more details visit http://au.cybergamer.com/pc/smite/league/rankings/

Shoutouts to LinksClone for helping out!
5 years ago

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