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PSG Talon to represent South Korea in Siege's Esports World Cup

Fabian's team has qualified for Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, following the team's victory over FearX.

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PSG Talon have qualified for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege's Esports World Cup 2024 following the team's 2-1 victory against FearX in the region's closed qualifier grand final.

The South Koreans began their final bracket run with an automatic win against PawnsRebellion, who decided to forfeit the match. The semi-finals saw PSG Talon beating Mir Gaming by 2-0 in a match where the former G2 Esports coach Fabian "Fabian" Hällstenclashed with his former player and Six Invitational 2023 champion Byron "Blurr" Murray.

Eventually, PSG Talon and FearX clashed in the region's grand final, after the yellow roster beat DPlus KIA on Kafe Dostoyevsky and Clubhouse. Following a 7-2 victory for PSG Talon on Border, FearX pushed Fabian's squad to map three after a 7-2 win on Bank. Finally, PSG Talon won the final map of the series as they came back from a 1-5 first half, as they took an 8-6 victory on Clubhouse to qualify for Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

With this result, PSG Talon have qualified for the Esports World Cup 2024, the team's second international event since Fabian's arrival. Meanwhile, it will be the first international appearance for Yoo "yass" Sang-hoon and Kim "RuMaTick" Jang-wook since the South Koreans signed for PSG Talon.

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