Team Trick look unstoppable. The Dota 2 group played as an unit today with a five-man lineup that just outdrafted and beat VP.Prodigy for a quick 2-0 sweep to stay unbeaten in the WePlay! Pushka League playoffs.

When more, Secret let their challenger dictate the draft and select heroes that they were comfy with, while Puppey and his team fit their picks into a lineup that functioned well together.

That drafting prowess, together with the clear lack of experience that some of Prodigy’s players display in approaching both the draft and some matches, caused Secret outclassing Conserve- and his team in game one regardless of them playing well. Nisha played an insane Tinker game and it became clear that Trick’s gamers all knew precisely what it would require to win versus Prodigy.

While Prodigy were playing well, they were playing as five people who are experienced at Dota and capable of keeping up with some of the finest groups worldwide. However Secret have been playing at a level beyond that with a frame of mind and playstyle completely overlooking the specific elements of Dota and focusing on the five-man video game.

Secret rarely makes the very first relocation and always appears to play out bad circumstances in a manner that will favor them later in the video game. It likewise didn’t help that Prodigy were more focused on fights rather than map control and had problem initiating on towers in both video games.

Secret played game one carefully, even if it appeared like they were in control most of the time and none of their gamers looked hurried. But for comparison, here are both team’s stat lines for each game to demonstrate how dominant Secret actually are, even in some closer matches.

After another sweep, Secret wait for the winner of Group Liquid and Prodigy in the grand finals. Liquid are the only group that have actually beaten Secret throughout this event. That may be the only possibility Puppey and his group have at losing another game during the WePlay! Pushka League.