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.
They have done it! #MFR6S have completed the 2-0 sweep of @AthleticoES & advance to the #R6PL APAC LAN Finals!#MFWIN pic.twitter.com/fFKV542Tb0
— Mindfreak (@MindfreakPro) 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.