#SI2020 Playoffs Review and Predictions

Feb 13 2020 2 min read

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As long as our the First Playoffs round and the Winner's Semifinals are over (though we've made four out of four predictions in our preview), another break is almost over, and it's time to get back in action! On February 14th, the final part in Rainbow Six Siege Invitational 2020 will return with even more fascinating and intriguing matches! But first things first. Let's take a look at a quick review of what's happened during the closed LAN stage of SI2020.  

Playoffs Review

  • The Jokers failed

G2 Esports gave us hope with their play. Some believed that the reigning champions can turn the tables and make it at least to Loser's Finals, but Fnatic, The New Jokers, were better. Though G2 managed to win a map, but it didn't help at all.

  • Favorites keep marching on

No one can stop Spacestation Gaming and Team SoloMid from reaching the finals. Moreover, one of them has made it there already as these two will compete in the Winner's Final to decide who will get the One Map Advantage. 

  • No wonders

The Upper Bracket is very solid. SSG and TSM are way too sharp and confident than the other teams. NiP, BDS, DarkZero, Fnatic — all of them are great teams but just a little bit not enough to win. This is why we're having quite unremarkable and not that spectacular Loser's Rounds. We can expect only Fnatic to compete with SSG or TSM in the Lower Bracket Finals, but still, there's an obvious advantage for the latter. 



So the grid we've thought through is very simple but we believe that the miracles will happen — either way, Six Invitational 2020 will end in boredom. 

As you can see in the picture above, it seems that there will be a decent fight in the Winner’s Finals. TSM vs SSG is a top-quality match, though no one can’t tell who can make it to the Grand Finals. Also, it’s Fnatic vs DZE — a tough fight, the battle for a meeting with Upper Bracket Losers. But all in all, Fnatic will proceed.  

Still, if no wonders will occur, TSM will meet SSG once again to decide who will be crowned the new Six Invitational Champion. Our prediction is as follows.

TSM are great, but Spacestation Gaming have more to show.

So, we expect SSG to win! But let's check it out together! Finals start on February, 14th. The Grand Final is played on Sunday, February 16th. 


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