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With a victory over Team oNe in the Six Sweden Major quarter-final, Rogue has qualified for the 2022 Six Invitational ahead of TSM and CAG.
The Rogue roster had a very rocky 2021 season as they went from a fourth-place finish during Stage 1 to a last-place finish with just three points during Stage 2.
Ahead of Stage 3 the roster then replaced Lukas "korey" Zwingmann with Kevin "Prano" Pranowitz which allowed them to climb back up to fourth place in the EUL with them now also reaching the top-four at the ongoing Six Major.
These finishes netted them 275, 0, and 455 (and counting) points putting them at 730 points, just five points ahead of TSM in sixteenth place.
This will be Rogue's second global appearance since the 2020 Six Invitational in which Rogue exited in joint-13th place. This also makes Rogue the fourth team from Europe to qualify for the event alongside BDS, NAVI, and Empire with one open qualifier team left to come.