LOS oNe qualified for the Six Invitational 2023 after defeating FURIA Esports by a 2-1 margin. The Brazilians will represent the LATAM region in Montreal, Canada, alongside w7m esports, Team Liquid, and FaZe Clan.
FURIA Esports' start to the series was promising, as the panthers got the victory on Chalet by 7-4. However, what was a dream start for the panthers ended up as a nightmare.
A great response from LOS oNe reversed the trend, as the remaining two maps were very one-sided victories for the orange roster. Two 7-1 wins on Villa and Oregon denied FURIA a third consecutive Six Invitational appearance.
Gabriel "Maia" Maia was LOS oNe's player of the game, with a SiegeGG Rating of 1.55. With six entries and zero opening deaths, Maia's contributions were key to LOS oNe's win.
Brasileirão Stage 3 debutant Júlio "L0BIN" Gabriel was the second-best player of the match with a SiegeGG Rating of 1.36. Together, Maia and L0BIN secured LOS oNe 65 of the team's 102 kills in the series.
Meanwhile, FURIA's performance was heavily affected by Diogo "Fntzy" Lima's lack of results on his entry role. With a record of 1-10 (-9) entry kills and a SiegeGG Rating of 0.61, the 19-year-old was the worst player in the match. Meanwhile, the performances of Thiago "Handy" Ferreira and Eduardo "KDS" Santos were not enough to help the lack of fragging power in the team.
With this result, LOS oNe have qualified for the Six Invitational 2023 after defeating Maycam Evolve and Six Karma before meeting with FURIA Esports in the grand-final. It will be the first international appearance for the team under the orange colors, as they played in gold at the Six Charlotte Major.
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