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w7m is the Six Invitational 2024 winner

The Rainbow Six Siege throne has a new owner.

The Six Invitational 2024 has a new winner, w7m esports. The best-of-five final goes down in history as one of the best esports finals.

With this prize, w7m won all the season's trophies: BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen, BLAST R6 Major Atlanta and Six Invitational 2024. The Brazilian organization takes home $1 million.

w7m vs FaZe (Six Invitational 2024) - w7m winner

Team 1
Team 2
Map 1
Map 2
Map 3
Map 4
Map 5
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Map 1 - Has w7m joined the server?

Oregon was the first map of the match and it was a map where only FaZe practically played. The highlight was Thiago "Handyy" Ferreira who finished the map with a 12-2 KD.

FaZe managed to nullify all of w7m's ideas and the bulls were unable to enter the match.

Map 2- Not that easy FaZe

On the second map, w7m opened an advantage that gave the team some comfort. However, FaZe came back with several decisive moves. Gustavo "HerdsZ" Herdina was unstoppable on the map, making an ace.

When it seemed that everything was indicating that w7m would close the map, Victor "VITAKING" Santos postponed the bulls' victory. The FaZe in-game leader's clutch showed that the team was alive on the map.

Map 3 - A False Comfort

What a story to tell is that of the third map. w7m took a 5-0 lead. However, from this result, the bulls were unable to score any more points. With a perfect defensive side, FaZe Clan turned the result around and closed the map with a 7-5.

Map 4- Individual performances that win games

FaZe Clan had the first opportunity to close out the series and lift the Six Invitational trophy. However, w7m didn't want everything to end like this.

A controlled game from start to finish for the bulls and a clutch from Felipe "nade" Ferreira helped with that control. A clutch for history.

Diego "Kheyze" Zanello took all the spotlight on the map with several impactful kills. With the result 7-4, w7m took it all to the last map. With one map still to go, HerdsZ had already broken Benjamin "Benjamaster" Dereli's record for most kills in an edition of the Six Invitational.

Map 5- All or nothing

One last map for the Rainbow Six Siege story. A 6-1 result for FaZe and w7m sought the result. From that score, w7m made the comeback and in overtime wrote history with an 8-6.

Twins looking to conquer the world

Thiago "Handyy" Ferreira and Felipe "nade" Ferreira, twin brothers, faced each other in the final of the competition. At 20 years old, nade got the better of his brothers' match this time.

Handyy started his career in tier 1 with FURIA and swims with Black Dragons. Now, after the Six Invitational, Nade is preparing to represent FURIA, as well as the rest of the w7m squad.

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