Bleed Esports Wins M88 Mansion Invitational In First Showing

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In an unexpected turn of events, new kid on the block Bleed Esports has emerged as the first-place champion in the M88 Mansion Invitational 2023, beating five seasoned teams for the top prize.

This was the first-ever Dota 2 tournament for Singaporean team Bleed Esports, and it yielded very positive results. Their competition was fierce, with powerful Southeast Asian opponents like BOOM Esports, Polaris Esports and Army Geniuses, Blacklist International and Talon Esports. Eventually, the novice team emerged victorious, clinching the champion title and US$20,000 in winnings.

The M88 Mansion Invitational took place online from 6 to 8 January 2023. As for the other teams, they took home the remnants of the US$50,000 prize pool. In second place, BOOM managed to snag $10,000, while other teams received US$5,000.

The team quickly jumped on Instagram to celebrate their victory and throw some shade at their “trash” competitor in the Grand Finals, BOOM Esports. Hopefully, they’re not getting too bold too quickly. 

Showing sportsmanship, BOOM tweeted a simple statement “settling for 2nd place” and promising to work harder for future tournaments.

Check out the final nail-biting showdown between BOOM and Bleed here:

While Bleed was only formed in early December 2022, it is slowly but surely building a base of supporters. Fans have been showing support online for their newly-minted victors. After all, who doesn’t want to say they were supporting the top players from the jump?

There’s no telling what happens next. Will Bleed be able to keep up this performance, or was it simply beginner’s luck? Will BOOM redeem themselves, flip the script and take the “trash” out once and for all? Regardless, we’ll have to keep an eye out to see what happens next.

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