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32b|Red Doesn't Manage Powerhouse Bravado



While there was a lot of hope that the First Division team 32b|Red would topple Bravado from its seat of power in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (MW3) DGL 2012, brought to you by Alienware, Megarom and Monster Energy, it seems that this was not to be as Bravado have once again taken the title of Leg Champions.

Earlier in the leg, 32b managed to oust ASF from the Champions Cup, a brilliant feat that they weren't able to reproduce with Bravado. However, things did kick off well in the second leg Champions Cup final as 32b took the first map (Paris) with a whopping 13 – 5 lead.

Alienware is sponsoring five PC's to the MW3 the DGL 2012 Championships. Alienware is sponsoring five PC's to the MW3 the DGL 2012 Championships.

From there, 32b either found themselves under some big match pressure which they weren't able to sustain, or Bravado pulled up their socks (or, more likely, a little bit of both) because Bravado bulldozed with a 13 – 7 win on Alpha and 13 – 6 win on Underground, taking the match.

Bravado didn't manage to take the first leg in the Champions Cup this year, which was won by impi in a game that saw them go against Vitriolic. This time, however, impi didn't manage to see the final after Bravado took them out 2 – 0 in the semi.

Megarom has sponsored R50,000 to the DGL 2012 Championships. Megarom has sponsored R50,000 to the DGL 2012 Championships.

Bravado had originally won its semi-final game against Vitriolic (now ASF) in the last leg, but had to forfeit due to a problem around the listing of players in the line-up. For ASF, this is the second leg where the Champions Cup has been taken away from them. No doubt they will want to go into the third leg with their guns blazing.

Monster Energy is sponsoring R10,000 to the DGL 2012 Championships Monster Energy is sponsoring R10,000 to the DGL 2012 Championships



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