w7m esports are the Six Invitational 2024 Champions: A New Dynasty

Sadnan Nafis
By Sadnan Nafis
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In a barn burner of a series, w7m esports have beaten their Brazilian rivals Faze Clan in a tight 3-2 scoreline and finally lifted the Six Invitational hammer.

w7m esports have created history by winning every single major tournament of the season and thus forming a new dynasty. This win gives Brazil the second SI trophy after Ninjas in Pyjamas.

Over 9000+ attendees erupted in celebration as w7m completed their comeback from a 6-1 scoreline, and won the best-of-five Grand Finals in one of the best matches of Rainbow Six Siege’s history.

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w7m esports: A New Dynasty Created

The roster of w7m includes Herdsz, FelipoX, Kheyze, Jv92, and nade. This squad has been together a the top of R6 Esports, winning the BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen and the BLAST R6 Major Atlanta. They were just short of winning in SI’ 2023 with G2 Esports beating them in the Grand Finals.

However, the script for w7M was perfectly written this time. The team has completed a lower-bracket run after losing to Wolves in the playoffs.

The BO5 Grand Finals went back and forth, with Faze winning the first map of Oregon, then w7m taking Bank, and Faze again winning in Skyscraper. But w7m managed to take a win in Border to give us all five maps.

In the last map of Nighthaven Labs, Faze had a blistering start, earning a huge lead of 6-1. But w7m being one of the greatest teams in Siege’s history didn’t give up hope. They focused on winning a single round and moved on from there.

Eventually, w7m completed one of the greatest comebacks in any esports Grand Finals, winning the map in unlimited overtime (8-6) and becoming the world champions.

This was the last match of the roster under the organization of w7m esports, as they have failed to sign a new contract with them. The roster is reportedly being targeted by another organization, and it seems like a no-brainer decision.

Sadnan Nafis is a Senior Esports Writer at GameRiv. Sadnan has a love-hate relationship with Rainbow Six Siege. He loves to keep himself updated with new tech videos and is always ready to help others.