W7M pips Faze Clan in breath-taking finale at Six invitationals – eSports 

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The final stages of the Six Invitational in Sao Paolo saw FaZe Clan and w7m Esports clash in Rainbow Six Siege in an all-Brazilian final. The final was an extraordinary event as W7M redeemed themselves from last year’s second-placed finish.

W7m secured a 3 – 2 against FaZe Clan in the series and lifted the coveted sledgehammer and one million dollars prize money from the Ginásio do Ibirapuera. It was an adventurous tournament for w7m, who crashed into the lower bracket by Wolves early in the tournament.

However, they stayed strong and resilient, sweeping through FearX, Ninjas in Pyjamas, SpaceStation, Soniqs, G2 Esports, Virtus, and FaZe Clan in one of the most phenomenal runs ever in eDports.

This edition of Rainbow Six eSports will go down as one of the most popular eSports events in Rainbow Six Siege history. The event peaked at half a million concurrent viewers over the world and 10,000 fans in attendance.

Across the competition, there was a couple of exciting events, with G2 eSports and Soniqs failing to drop a map and posting a perfect record in the group stage.

Meanwhile, in the finale, FaZe Clan looked good for victory until a lower bracket run by w7m Esports undid their good work.

In the finale between the two Brazilian teams, the twin brothers, Felipe ‘nade’ Sá Ferreira and Thiago ‘Handyy’ Sá Ferreira, who played on either side of the divide, held hands on the stage with the former, who was on the winning side, lifting the hands of the latter who represents FaZe Clan.

The Grand Final was a close fight as FaZe Clan won the opening round on Oregon with a 7–1 scoreline, but w7m dominated the rest of the series to secure the title. The win continues the success of W7M esports in the last twelve months after winning the BLAST R6 Major in Copenhagen and then again in Atlanta.