Bravado Push SSG Down in BF3
Last night was a time of reckoning in the Battlefield 3 (BF3) Telkom Do Gaming League (DGL) 2013 Summer Leg as Do Gaming 2012 Champions Bravado emerged the victors in a highly anticipated match-up against SSG Umshiniwam. The community vote was close, with 51 percent having voted in favour of an SSG win. Bravado showed them wrong.
SSG RU 32 - 0 US BVD
SSG US 0 - 231 RU BVD
SSG RU 0 - 94 US BVD
SSG US 0 - 98 RU BVD
“To be totally honest, without sounding arrogant, we didn't play properly the first round. We were trying other stuff and we were all over the place,” he says. “Plus, our teams for NC and DGL are completely different and it takes time to get used to the teams. We were short two players and had a Blops player help us out, who wants to move back to BF3.”
Louzada is referring to Greg 'Rora' van der Spuy. On the second round, however, Louzada says his team got back into the swing of things.
“We got it together and we stuck to the basics – which is what we like to do,” he says.
Louzada adds that SSG really should have taken Sharqi as they had both tanks (Dean 'HackeM' Seyfried, Bravado's tanker, had a power cut). But Bravado still took both rounds and ultimately won the game.
“We put a lot of time in. We really work hard. The guys play really well together,” he says.
It's really now up to NSD Sons of Liberty to cause an upset in the Summer Leg. They're due to face SSG Umshiniwam this coming Thursday and then Bravado the very next week. Tyron 'Prokill' Bataille from NSD has on several occasions shown a lot of confidence on behalf of his team.
SSG will fight hard to secure the number two spot for the Summer Leg this coming Thursday but NSD are out to show that they have what it takes.
This ain't over yet.