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w7m esports are the Rainbow Six: Siege Atlanta Major champions

The team defeated LOS in last night's grand finals.

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The final Major in the 2023/24 Rainbow Six: Siege competitive season has come to an end. After seeing the best teams in the world all heading to Atlanta, USA, for a chance to both win the lion's share of the $750,000 prize pool and gain a big amount of Six Invitational points that will be crucial for securing a spot in the Six Invitational in early 2024, we now have a victor to report on.

After managing to knock out Geekay Esports and G2 Esports in the quarter and semi-finals, w7m esports has also managed to defeat LOS in the grand finals, cementing itself as the current best Rainbow Six team in the world.

w7m will now have the massive challenge of translating this success into a world championship, when it competes in the Six Invitational 2024, which is being held in Sao Paulo between February 13 and 25.

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