Rainbow Six team qualify for world championship playoffs | Wolves Esports | News

Following a third-place finish in the group stage, the Wolves Rainbow Six Siege team has secured their place in the world championship playoffs.

In the opening game, the Wolves squared off against the North American team, Spacestation Gaming. Despite the Americans claiming the first map, the Wolves rallied to win the second and third maps, resulting in a 2-1 game victory and their first win of the tournament.

A standout performer was Deadshot, the latest addition to the Wolves squad, who showed his mettle in his first world championship match, earning the accolade of tournament MVP for the day.

Next in line was Team Bliss from Australia. Despite being seen by many as one of the less formidable teams at the tournament, Bliss has demonstrated marked improvement this year. However, they succumbed against the Wolves, who wrapped up the series with a 2-0 clean sweep, earning four points and their second tournament victory.

Mowwwgli, who achieved an amazing 40 kills across the two maps, particularly stood out in this match, further emphasizing his lethal gaming skills.

The Wolves took on Dplus KIA from South Korea next, securing another victory in a less challenging 2-0 win with a united team effort.

Entering the final group match against FaZe Clan, the Wolves knew a triumph would earn them the top spot in the group. However, the Brazilian squad proved to be a tough opponent, handing the Wolves their first tournament loss, 0-2.

Such a defeat meant the Wolves completed the group stage in the third position, earning them a place in the playoffs’ upper bracket.

In their next match, the Wolves are set to face W7M, a team they are well-acquainted with. The world’s two most consistently strong teams will square off for a place in the upper bracket quarterfinals on Monday, 19 February, at 10am BRT (1pm GMT).

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