Deathiance and Baskin Shine Bright in Week Three of Spring Split

Mon 18th Apr 2016 - 12:05am Smite

Just an hour before their game was about to begin, Cringe Crew were notified that Zashu had received a competitive ban and was unable to play in their game against Team Dignitas. With Deathiance listed as the sub for the week, he stepped in and performed pretty well in the solo lane. While he didn’t secure any victories for his team in the standings, he showed that he wasn’t afraid to fight and had a pretty good line of communication with his team in that set.

One of the biggest reasons he is on this list outside of being able to withstand the pressure of filling Zashu’s role, is his big part in handing Panthera their first loss of the season. No words can describe that game other than an upset, and Deathiance was a major factor as to why.

While it’s unclear as to if Deathiance will continue to play with the team or not, Cringe Crew will have another big set thisFriday, April 15th vs. Paradigm. Watch live on!


Baskin and SoaR only played one set in Week Three but that would prove to be all he needed as his KDA alone is reason enough for him to be MVP this week. With an outstanding Game 1 on Sun Wukong against Denial, Baskin pressured his lane like no one else this week and was the premier solo laner in Week Three. The fact that SoaR had the least amount of games played out of any team so far in the Spring Split only gave a deeper importance to the meaning of the set vs. Denial and Baskin did not disappoint.

Baskin and company will face off against Team Eager next on Thursday, April 14th. Watch live on!




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