Dota 2 player Martin "Saksa" Sazdov believes his Tundra Esports side showed they are starting to gel together in the ESL One Stockholm Major last month.
In the Dota 2 DPC EU West Div 1, meanwhile, Tundra Esports are 8/11 to beat OG, who can be backed at 1/1 to win.
A veteran of the Esport, North Macedonian talent Saksa is considered one of the best position four players in the game and, after spending more than a year with OG, he signed up for Tundra Esports in February earlier this year.
As a result, he was involved in the first Major of the Dota Pro Circuit season - the ESL One Stockholm Major - which took place in May.
Tundra Esports excelled in the event, finishing top of Group A with a 5-1-0 record and then swiftly progressing through the play-offs, defeating Team Spirit and Thunder Awaken.
They were stopped by TSM in the upper bracket final but it was nonetheless an impressive tournament and Saksa believes the team are linking up well right now.
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In an interview with Gosu Gamers, he said: "It's not a bad result by any means, so we're happy with that.
"But there was a bit of disappointment since we were in really good form and could have gone all the way - we just didn't perform well during the last few days.
"Going unbeaten throughout the group stages and then carrying on through the early knockout stage shows how well the team has gelled, which is quite pleasing."