After two days of fierce competition, Japanese team eINs have won The Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six APAC Pro-League Finals in Sydney over the weekend. Both eINs and runner-up, MantisFPS, from South Korea, have also qualified for the Season 3 Pro-League Finals in Sao Paulo, Brazil, taking place next month on November 18-19.
Australian contenders, Mindfreak and Corvidae, both started the competition in fine form defeating Nora-Rengo (Japan) and New Life (South Korea) in their Quarter Final match-ups on Saturday. Mindfreak’s tournament ended in the first Semi-Finals at the hands of, MantisFPS, the number one seed from South Korea, whilst Australia’s number one seed, Corvidae, lost to eventual champion’s eINs in the second Semi-Final.
Season 3 of the Rainbow Six Pro League will culminate next month in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on November 18-19. eINs and MantisFPS will join six teams from Europe, North America and Latin America in their quest to win the ultimate prize.
With each regional final now completed the Pro League finalists are; Continuum and 1nFamy (North America), Team Fontt and Black Dragons (Latin America), PENTA Sports and ENCE eSports (Europe), eINs and MantisFPS (Asia Pacific).