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In a stunning upset at ESL One Birmingham, Team Falcons swooped in and seized the championship trophy from the upper-bracket favourites, BetBoom Team.

Despite playing four games in the bracket stage compared to BetBoom’s one, the Falcons dominated with a clean 3–0 sweep.

Coach Kurtis “Aui_2000” Ling attributed the victory to widespread underperformance among their opponents.

The Falcons, a newcomer to the Dota 2 scene, made a resounding entrance last November by signing experienced players alongside 19-year-old prodigy Stanislav “Malr1ne” Potorak.

With their victory, they sent a clear message: they are a force to be reckoned with.

Aui_2000 admitted to facing challenges in maintaining a stable mentality during games, especially in dealing with taunts, trash talk, and losses.

Despite these obstacles, the team performed well when it mattered most.

Aui_2000 also emphasized their “super easy integration” into the new organization, thanks to past relationships.

Game two showcased the Falcons’ scalability as they turned the tables on BetBoom’s early lead with strategic drafting and teamwork.

Utilizing Sven’s brutal damage, they gained a significant advantage in fights and secured their second win decisively.

Despite BetBoom’s underperformance, Aui_2000 acknowledged Falcons’ strengths and their thorough preparation for various scenarios.

This victory marked their third event win of the year, solidifying their position as a top contender in the Dota 2 scene.

The atmosphere in Birmingham was electric, with fans witnessing some of the best Dota 2 action in years.

Falcons’ dominance was evident throughout the series, with BetBoom unable to find their stride.

Despite some adjustments, BetBoom couldn’t match the skill and coordination of the Falcons.

Falcons showcased their depth and versatility, with players like Sneyking shining on the new roster.

The team’s cohesive gameplay and strategic draft choices overwhelmed their opponents, leaving little chance for a BetBoom comeback.

As ESL One returned to Birmingham after five years, the event lived up to expectations, setting the stage for more exciting Dota 2 and esports events in the future.

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