With two spots available at the Rainbow Six Season 3 Pro League APAC Finals, the final four teams: Athletico, Mindfreak, Corvidae and Taboo battled it out for a spot at LAN last night. The console turned PC competitive players Mindfreak took on Athletico who won the first offline APAC tournament at the recent Invitational against Corvidae.
— Mindfreak (@Mindfreak) September 27, 2017
Mindfreak led by ex-captain turned coach Dizzle came out of the fight with a convincing 2-0 sweep against the invitational champions.
In the other playoffs, Corvidae took on Taboo for the spot in the finals. Corvidae who took on Athletico in the Invitational had a tough fight against a determine Taboo roster. Taboo managed to win the first map against Corvidae but wasn’t able to lock down the series losing 2-1.
RizRaz with the insane flick:
An absolute beast of a clutch to keep us in the series by our very own @RizRaz__ pic.twitter.com/dbJN4LG4v7
— Corvidae (@corvidaeinc) September 27, 2017
Both teams, Mindreak and Corvidae will be heading to the Rainbow Six Season 3 Pro League APAC Finals to fight it out against the rest of the APAC region next month. They will face teams from SEA, Japan and Korea for a spot at the World Championships in Brazil.
The Rainbow 6 Season 3 Pro League APAC Finals will take place on 21-22 October 2017 at the ESL Studios in Sydney. Tickets are available here.