Geekay Esports Wins TEC Rainbow Six Siege Invitational


Geekay Esports Goes Undefeated to Win TEC Rainbow Six Siege Invitational

The international winners have been announced.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Geekay Esports has been crowned as the champion of the TEC Rainbow Six Siege Invitational.
Geekay Esports handed a clean '3-0' defeat to Triple Esports in the grand finals.
The team not only walked away as the champion but also received $5000 USD in prize money.

The Zotac Gaming TEC Rainbow Six Siege Invitational which featured teams from across South Asia and the Middle East concluded yesterday on 22nd January with Geekay Esports being crowned as the champion.

After two weeks of intense action between eight directly invited teams from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, the tournament has finally ended following a best-of-five grand finals clash between Geekay Esports and Triple Esports.

It was a clean sweep for Geekay, winning three consecutive games on Villa, Bank, and Oregon by a landslide to walk away as the champion of this international Rainbow Six Siege tournament while also getting $5,000 USD (INR 4,06,940) in prize money.

Geekay Esports are the winners of the TEC Rainbow Six Siege Invitational

The Esports Club (TEC), one of the top tournament organizers from India recently hosted an international Rainbow Six Siege competition with eight directly invited teams from across South Asia and Middle East competing in it.

It was broadly divided into two stages, Group Stage and Playoffs, with all eight teams being split into two groups of four teams each. The top two teams from each group qualified to the next stage where they took on each other in a double elimination bracket, with the grand final match featuring a best-of-five series.

MVP of the grand final match between Geekay Esports and Triple Esports

Geekay Esports managed to triumph above the rest of the competition and lifted the trophy after going undefeated through both the stages. In total, the team from Saudi Arabia won six matches in a row and dropped just three games in total.

With a win percentage of 81.25% the team managed to put on quite the show in this tournament which was broadcasted in both English and Arabic across streaming platforms like YouTube, Twitch, and Loco.

The only teams that managed to take a game off Geekay Esports were Triple Esports from Kuwait and Take Charge Esports from India, the former handing them two loses, one in each stage of the tournament.

Overall, the most intense series of the tournament was witnessed during the Upper Bracket Final between Geekay and Triple, both teams going neck-to-neck across Villa, Oregon, and Clubhouse.

This was a great tournament with teams from different countries stepping up and delivering some fantastic set of matches. Hopefully, we will get to witness more such international events in the coming months.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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