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[NSD]Retribution Best Bvd.BF4 in BF4 DGL

The Battlefield 4 (BF4) Telkom Do Gaming League (DGL) 2014 Summer Leg saw plenty of Week Four action happening last night, as all four Premier Division matches were scheduled for yesterday evening.

Amongst the fray came a surprising upset, as [NSD]Retribution took down the 2013 BF3 champions bvd.BF4 in their week four matchup, giving the Bravado Gaming side it’s second loss for the Leg.

Do Gaming caught up with Tyron “Prokill” Bataille, owner of Never Say Die and captain of [NSD]Retribution, to found out what happened:

Telkom Do Gaming (DG): How were you and your side feeling leading up to the match? Did your team put a lot of preparation into your matchup against the Bravado side?

Tyron “Prokill” Bataille:Well we have upped our practices from 3 to 4 a week but that was not really just for Bravado. Going into the game weirdly I was very confident, more so then I’ve ever been, it feel like my team almost wanted it more than me, which made things very easy.

Having played [dM]Ex0dus a few days before and beating them (they had a very large target after we beat them in a friendly) we locked down very early what maps we wanted to play against bvd.Battlefield 4. Thankfully they eliminated the maps exactly as we had hoped, giving us the exact 2 maps we were looking for.

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DG: How did the Rounds go down ?

Bataille:Lancang: We started off on the back foot as I boat dropped very fast to a purely better Barry “Anthrax” Louzada versus Me, along with the chopper being killed by Sean “Scoper” McCalgan – This allowed us to stack infantry. I do feel that one place we did shine was in the case of Kyle “Sticky” Vigne in the APC he was a stand-out good player, taking down Dean “Hackem” Seyfried seven out of ten times even if it meant he died.

Dawn: Going into this we were strong, as I feel that this is one of our strong maps (not sure why Bravado let this map happen). The first round we did an awesome push putting over 100 ticket bleed on them. The key of the map as much as people hate it is flags, not kills! The second round went to our favour, and sadly after we reduced their tickets to lower than ours in a joyous moment, I happened to break my W key – thus making it very hard to drive a tank.

DG: Who were the stand-out players for you in this match?

Bataille: The stand-out players for me were Barry “Anthrax” Louzada on the boat, Sean “Scoper” McCalgan in the Littlebird, Kyle “Sticky” Vigne in the APC and Chad “Mooclear” Evans in the Attack Helicopter.

To follow Never Say Die you can head over to their Facebook page, where they keep regular updates on what their teams are up to. They have also written a full match report for this game over on their site, which you can see here.

Local caster Johnny “Ph4tso” Romanos was on hand to cast the game live yesterday evening, so if you missed out on the action you can simply watch below:


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