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Rainbow Six: Siege

G2 Esports are the 2023 Six Invitational champions

The team beat out w7m esports to take home $1 million.

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The 2023 Rainbow Six: Siege Six Invitational is now over and with that an entire year of the Siege esports scene has concluded again. With this premier tournament now in the rear view mirror, we can report on who has been named champion and who has walked away with a third of the $3 million total prize pool.

That achievement fell to G2 Esports, a team who defeated w7m esports in yesterday's grand final in a 3-1 showing. This came after w7m was actually the team to beat after winning out in the upper bracket, with G2 having to prove themselves by surviving the lower bracket, where the team had to knock out Astralis and Oxygen Esports before getting a shot at the title.

This result has seen G2 Esports heading home with the title of champion and $1 million in prize money. The team also netted the Tournament MVP award, with that going to Benjamin "Benjamaster" Dereli, as well as Most MVP Wins, with that going to Jack "Doki" Robertson.

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