Three convincing wins has Blank Esports top of the table in the Overwatch Pacific Championships in Taiwan.
The sole Aussie team in the competition dropped just one map in nine over the weekend, outclassing Thailand's FireBall 3-0 on Friday, before beating Taiwan's ahq eSports Club 3-1 and Taiwan's Flash Wolves 3-0 on Saturday.
Blank is the only unbeaten team in the competition, but there are still nine weeks of play remaining in the regular season.
Still, the team has pulled ahead nicely, its 15 points putting it seven clear of nearest rivals Hong Kong Attitude, Flash Wolves, and ahq e-Sports Club.
"Thanks again to all the fans who have stayed up late to watch our games over the past 2 weeks. Your support has been incredible!" the team tweeted.
Blank coach and manager Jason "SereNity" Yu-Chieh Wang added, "Our performance at the OPC will definitely garner Australian Overwatch the attention and respect it deserves."
The prize pool for the Overwatch Pacific Championships is NZ$386k, with first place claiming about a third of that amount.
The league is a good litmus test for the Australians and the greater Asian region ahead of world class tournaments later in the year. All OPC matches are streamed live here from Friday through Sunday.
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