Despite losing to Spacestation Gaming earlier today, Oxygen Esports is the first team to mathematically clinch a Berlin Major spot. Currently, with 16 points, teams outside the top four can no longer surpass the roster’s tally.
Oxygen Esports’ NAL Stage Two has been decided by small details, with narrow results being the team’s trend — the American squad collected two overtime victories over TSM and Parabellum Esports and two 7-5 wins against beastcoast and Mirage.
The team’s only victory before round twelve was against DarkZero Esports (7-3), while Soniqs (4-7) and Spacestation Gaming (5-7) are the only names to have defeated the green squad.
Individually, Ethan “Nuers” James’ fragging potential has outshined other competitors in the league, getting close to a hundred kills — a tally he should break next week. In the middle of his rookie season, Nuers’ numbers skyrocketed in Charlotte, where he was named one of the EVPs of the tournament.
Since joining the Rainbow Six Siege scene, Oxygen Esports has qualified for every Siege international event except for the Mexico Major. The team’s best result was at the last Six Major, where Astralis defeated them in the Charlotte Major semi-finals.
Now, Oxygen Esports has qualified for what will be the team’s fIfth appearance at a Siege international event.
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