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SiegeGG Six Invitational 2024 MVP: Kheyze

The Brazilian led w7m esports to the hammer in Brazil.

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Diego "Kheyze" Zanello has been chosen as SiegeGG's Six Invitational 2024 MVP after leading w7m esports to the team's first hammer. The roster's victory at the Ginásio do Ibirapuera is just the icing on the cake for a season that has been fully dominated by the Bulls.

Alongside his teammate Gustavo "HerdsZ" Herdina, the Brazilians were the two highest fraggers in the competition with 336 kills. Additionally, Kheyze was the Grand Final's best rated player with a SiegeGG rating of 1.16 and a KD of 54-44 (+10).

It's worth mentioning that this was the players' last appearance under the w7m esports colors as the Brazilians will be playing for another organization in Year 9.

While Kheyze has been chosen as SiegeGG's MVP, we have also chosen five EVPs for the Six Invitational 2024.

Six Invitational 2024 EVPs

 Thiago "Handy" Ferreira

The Ferreira storyline was one of the talking points of yesterday's match. Unfortunately for Handy, he was the brother that ended up crying tears of sadness at the end of the night.

However, the Brazilian finished with the fourth-best SiegeGG overall rating (1.14) and had the best SiegeGG rating of the Grand Final (1.18). Moreover, the Brazilian finished with the best KD in the competition, with a balance of 240-176 (+64).

 Gustavo "HerdsZ" Herdina

Although HerdsZ showed great consistency and ended up grabbing the same number of kills than Kheyze, the Brazilian finished with a SiegeGG rating of 1.09.

However, there's one stat that shows how incredible HerdsZ performances were throughout the whole tournament: the Brazilian finished with a headshot ratio of 75. This means that 1/4 of his 336 kills ended in headshots. Insane.

 Nick "njr" Rapier

After playing 19 maps, only five less than FaZe Clan, njr finished with the highest SiegeGG rating in the competition (1.20) while maining Thermite and Smoke. He also finished with the highest KOST (73%).

 Lucas "soulz1" Schinke

Another FaZe Clan player features the EVP list for the Six Invitational 2024. With the fifth-highest entry balance and the eighth-best SiegeGG rating in the competition, the Brazilian was one of the reasons why FaZe Clan won the Upper Bracket.

 Ben "CTZN" McMillan

Finally, the Soniqs player is taking the last EVP spot after having dominated most of the stats throughout the whole tournament. By the end of the competition and after having player 14 maps, the British finished with the third-best SiegeGG rating (1.18) and the fourth-best entry balance.

It's worth mentioning that Soniqs only defeats in the competition came against FaZe Clan and w7m esports.

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