Rainbow 6 Siege Six Invitational 2020: TSM And Spacestation Duke It Out In Winners' Finals

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Focus is now at the Lower Bracket. Ubisoft

With only a few days remaining in the Six Invitational 2020, the remaining Rainbow Six Siege teams are doing what they can to come out on top. Right now, the Upper Bracket has Team SoloMid going against Spacestation Gaming in the Winners’ Finals. Whoever wins gets that sweet spot in the Grand Finals and a guaranteed runner-up finish.

The Six Invitational is an annual tournament that’s hosted by none other than Ubisoft. This year, 16 of the best Rainbow Six Siege teams attempted to be the one get a large share of the $3 million prize pool. The competition started on February 7 with the Grand Finals scheduled for Sunday, February 16.

The two teams fighting in the Winner’s Finals are actually from the same group. Spacestation finished on top after the Group Stage, with TSM coming in second. Both teams dominated their respective opponents in order to move to this stage of the competition.

TSM’s roster is composed of Matthew "Achieved" Solomon, Bryan "Merc" Wrzek , Jason "Beaulo" Doty, Owen "Pojoman" Mitura, and Emilio "Geoometrics" Leynez Cuevas. Meanwhile, Spacestation has Javier "Thinkingnade" DeAndre Escamilla, Nathanial "Rampy" Duvall, Dylan "Bosco" Bosco, Alec "Fultz" Fultz, and Troy "Canadian" Jaroslawski on its roster.

TSM’s first opponent was Ninjas in Pajamas. While the first match was close with TSDM getting an 8-7 win, the second was fairly easy as TSM closed the game at 7-3. Up next was Fnatic, and this time around TSM didn’t have any problems, finishing the first game at 7-2 and the second at 7-4.

For Spacestation, their first match was against MIBR. It was initially a back and forth with Spacestation eventually getting the upper hand and ending the game at 8-7. The second game wasn’t that close with Spacestation getting a 7-4 win. Next was DarkZero Esports, and it was pretty much all Spacestation for the two games.

Meanwhile over at the Lower Bracket, the teams pitted against each other are DarkZero versus NiP. For the other match, it’s Fnatic against BDS Esport. The winners of these two matches move to the next round and fight each other to determine who goes to the Losers’ Finals.

Who do you think is going to get the championship this year?

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