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Rainbow Six: Siege

Here are the results for the first day of the Six Charlotte Major

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Yesterday marked the opening day for the next big Major in the 2022 competitive Rainbow Six: Siege calendar, as it saw the Six Charlotte Major begin. Designed as a hybrid event, this tournament is based in both Charlotte, USA and Mexico City, Mexico, as certain Latin American teams are unable to attend the Charlotte in-person tournament due to Covid VISA issues.

Regardless of this problem, the Major started yesterday and we have all the results from the first set of games.

Group A:

  • Dire Wolves 2-7 Team oNe eSports

  • Oxygen Esports 7-4 Team oNe eSports

Group B:

  • Cyclops Athlete Gaming 7-4 XSET

  • Cyclops Athlete Gaming 2-7 Team Liquid

  • Furia Esports 5-7 XSET

  • Furia Esports 7-5 Team Liquid

Group C:

  • DarkZero Esports 8-7 G2 Esports

  • DarkZero Esports 6-8 w7m Esports

  • Heroic 3-7 G2 Esports

  • Heroic 7-3 w7m Esports

Group D:

  • Wolves Esports 7-4 Chiefs Esports Club

  • Wolves Esports 3-8 Astralis

  • Team BDS 7-5 Chiefs Esports Club

  • Team BDS 2-7 Astralis

The next batch of games will take place later today, all so that the tournament can continue and conclude on this Sunday, May 22.

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