After five series, every result in the upper bracket of the WePlay! Pushka League playoffs have seen one Dota 2 group sweeping the other.

Team Trick and VP.Prodigy continue to be a dominant force in the tournament, including another triumph to their overall as they both made it through another round by crushing their opponents in 2-0 victories.

Beginning with Secret, Puppey and his team didn’t even break a sweat when managing Natus Vincere in the final matchup of round one. Nisha and MATUMBAMAN switched off the lead position in two excellent efficiencies by probably the best one-two punch in all of Dota 2.

Beyond one blip on the scoreboard in video game 2, Na’Vi never ever held a lead and combined for just 21 eliminates compared to Secret’s 56 in the series. And Trick’s domination came without the team even winning a lane throughout either video game, which simply demonstrates how dominant they can be even without a laning benefit.

Neither Vladislav “Crystallize” Krystanek or Idan “WONDERFUL” Vardanian were capable of stopping Secret’s core gamers or matching their damage output. MagicaL was the only Na’Vi gamer to even go even in K/D throughout the series while only one individual on Secret passed away more than three times in either video game.

Here are the statlines for Matu and Nisha in their controling performance that reveals why Secret is one of the favorites to win the whole occasion.

Prodigy began the second round with a fast 2-0 win over Ninjas in Pyjamas as both Egor “epileptick1d” Grigorenko and Rostislav “fn” Lozovoi continued to play incredibly well.

NiP showed flashes of forcing a 3rd video game, but Prodigy dispatched any resistance on the back of epileptick1d’s Cinder Spirit dealing 35,800 damage in combination with fn’s Razor matching him at 34,600.

Prodigy has actually now protected their area in the top three in spite of being VP’s developmental lineup, which is really remarkable when betting some of the very best teams in the world. Trick will attempt to meet them there in the upper bracket finals when they take on Group Liquid, the only group to take a game off of them in the group stage, at 12pm CT on May 10.