It’s Panba Party time, DarkZero fans. Rob “Panbazou” Feliciano is SiegeGG’s MVP of the Charlotte Major.
Throughout the tournament, Panbazou made impact plays all over the server. He did whatever was asked of him in DarkZero’s many strategies.
The sky is the limit for this young player. This won’t be the last time we see Panbazou on the Major stage.
Panbazou notched a staggering 175 kills over the course of the tournament, and more importantly: a 31-20 record on entry. He was nowhere more impactful than in DarkZero’s semifinal game against Team Liquid – he caught fire with 31 kills, and led the field in SiegeGG Rating. Panbazou made so many impact plays over the course of the tournament, and his MVP status is well-earned.
Luccas "Paluh" Molina: The consensus best player in the world had another stellar event, even if his team didn't take home a title.
Nick "njr" Rapier: The MVP runner-up by far, njr notched many crucial kills and plays over the course of DarkZero's run.
Ethan "Nuers" James: In his first international LAN tournament, Oxygen's bold, brash entry player went toe-to-toe with the world's best - and excelled statistically while doing so.
Roman "Forrest" Breaux: Without Forrest's impact plays, Astralis does not make the run they make, full stop.
David "iconic" Ifidon: Vengeance will have to wait for next time, Batman. There's tons of positive things you could say about iconic's play, but his shotgun play to seal Oregon in the grand finals was one of the best plays in Rainbow Six Siege history.