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With Australian team FNATIC representing the ANZ region after putting in a strong performance at PAX Australia where they defeated Japanese rivals NORA-Rengo 2-1. Although their Quarter Final match up is against the first-seed North American team Evil Geniuses, the Aussies have been performing well this year and definitely have what it takes to go far in the finals.

Eight of the best Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League teams worldwide are set to compete in the Season 8 Finals, taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on November 17-18 (November 18-19 local AEDT). Two teams from each of the four regions, Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America and Latin America, will compete for their share of the $275,000 USD prize pool.

Here's the line-up.
Quarter Final 1:

FAZE CLAN: as of Season 7, the Brazilians maintained their position as the first seed in Latin American. This time, they will try to imitate their compatriots Team Liquid and reach the Grand Finale in front of their home crowd.


MOCK-IT: the newly acquired German/Swiss roster, formerly competing as Orgless, will represent the European organisation as the surprised Old Continent’s second seed.

Quarter Final 2:

NORA RENGO: the Japanese team strongly defeated tournament favourites FNATIC in the Asia-Pacific Finals last October, and their presence in Pro League Finals is no longer a surprise to anyone, anymore.


ROGUE: participating in all Pro League Finals and Majors in 2018, Rogue took this time the second seed in the North American region. With new changes to their roster, let’s see where they can get this time.

Quarter Final 3:

EVIL GENIUSES: as the first seed in North America, the team led by Canadian will try once again to defeat their nemesis, G2 Esports, this time at the Semi-Finals level. They will have to get through FNATIC first.


FNATIC: the Australian roster is now used to LAN events, but will need to play at the top of their game in order to beat Evil Geniuses. Despite this, Magnet and his teammates have shown in the past that they can achieve very strong performances against tournament favourites, as demonstrated by their recent victory against NORA-Rengo at the Six Masters 2018.

Quarter Final 4:

G2 ESPORTS: the World-Champions are once again the clear favourites for these Finals after sweeping Evil Geniuses in the Six Major Paris Grand Final. However contending with Brazilian teams is not their cup of tea as the Atlantic City Finals showed.


IMMORTALS: as the second Latin America seed, the surprise Brazilian attendee will do its best in front of their home crowd to create an even bigger surprise: beating the top dogs from Europe, G2 Esports.

And you can tune into all the action at:

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