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Dota Pro Circuit China Elite Division: Royal Never Give Up vs LBZS | March 29, 3 PM

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Dota Pro Circuit China Elite Division: Royal Never Give Up vs LBZS | March 29, 3PM

Royal Never Give Up will face LBZS in the Dota Pro Circuit II: China Elite Division this afternoon, March 29 at 3 PM. 


Royal Never Give Up's new lineup is quite fulfilling. The boys had a good winter split last year, and now it's time to keep dominating the majority of their regional opponents. RNG got off to a great start, and the opponent for the first match was perfect - Vici Gaming couldn't stand a chance against RNG. In the second game, the opponent, EHOME, was more threatening in this aspect, but they were easily defeated by the RNG. LBZS is just another inferior warm-up opponent ahead of the season's most important match - a showdown with PSG. LGD, but we'll get to that later. 


The fact that the first major of 2022 was postponed must be pretty upsetting to the RNG team as they have not competed at a global arena in a while now, and the new star cast is definitely desperate for it. Unlike its opponents, the RNG team did not participate in any third-party tournaments in January, which allowed them to play flawlessly against Aster (2: 1) in the league's final DPC match, resulting in replays against the same opponent although they still came in third in the regular season. 


The RNG players held off the PSG team admirably. In the elite division, the revised RNGs began in the new DPC cycle of 2022. Overall, the squad flopped for the entire year of 2021, resulting in major personnel changes and the infusion of new blood in the faces of three players at the same time. In comparison to last year, the Chinese carry God King and the Malaysian FelixCiaoBa were retained, and they were joined by the Chinese mid SomnusM, who recently joined the team from the disbanded Elephant team, the Chinese trio Chalice from EHOME, and the cool Malaysian five xNova; all of whom came from the same EHOME squad. 


The latest season of LBZS got off to a disastrous start. The losses to Aster and Xtreme Gaming were forgivable, but the loss to Vici Gaming is raising a lot of issues and raising even more worries about the LBZS team's chances this spring. So yet, no card has won, and what are the chances of taking it from RNG, which has yet to fail on any of the games? 


The Suns particularly impressed at the completion of the league's first DPC, not only maintaining their elite status, but also dominating throughout the first half of the 2021/22 season, which can be defeated by competitive teams. 


After a month of top Chinese Dota, what may astonish the LBZS team? The situation is still confusing, but it is critical to recognize that the fight against VG is critical in the drive for elite status. 

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