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After qualifying for the Six Invitational 2022, MNM Gaming is pulling out of the UKIN Rumble 2021

The esports organisation managed to land one of the final slots in the premier event this past weekend.

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During this past weekend, MNM Gaming managed to land one of the final slots at the 2022 Six Invitational, by beating out three other European contenders in the EU Closed Qualifier. With this result in mind, the esports organisation has had to make the decision to pull out of the upcoming UKIN Rumble 2021, since it will potentially clash with the major Rainbow Six: Siege tournament.

"We're sad to say we're dropping out of the UKIN Rumble 2021 due to potential clashes with Six Invitational," said MNM Gaming CEO, Kalvin Chung. "We also want to make sure we're focussed and best prepared to send NA home quicker. As much as we'd love to get another UKIN trophy under our belt, it is not to be. We wish the remaining teams the best of luck and enjoy the free win. We want to thank UKIN admins, broadcast, staff and community for all their hard work and support."

The 2022 Six Invitational is set to start on February 8 and will run until February 20. As for the UKIN Rumble 202, that has been ongoing, with the final set to take place on February 6 at 19:00 GMT / 20:00 CET. Catch the action here.

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