The group stage is now over and draws are conducted.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege: The Six Charlotte Major 2022 group stage is officially complete, and the bracket for the single-elimination playoffs has been made official.
Team Liquid and G2 Esports will compete in the quarter-finals in the top half of the bracket, with DarkZero Esports and Team oNe. In the fourth quarter-final, Oxygen Esports and Team BDS and against Astralis and XSET will face of one another.
Schedule, betting odds, teams, format, where to watch?
The playoffs will consist of BO3 games in the quarter-finals and semi-finals, followed by a BO5 grand final with unlimited overtime to conclude the event.
The quarter-finals will take place on Friday, May 20, followed by the semi-finals on May 21 and the grand final on May 22. The last day will also include a reveal panel for the impending Rainbow Six Season 2 DLC dump, named Operation Vector Glare.
Below are the current predictions for the upcoming matches. Teams that are highlighted in bold have the odds in their favour. You can click on the dates to take yourself directly to the detailed match page, and live bet whilst the matches play out.
You can always visit luckbox.com to watch your favourite team’s matches and bet live.
- Liquid vs. G2 (May 20, 2022 - 16:00 CEST) 1.32 vs. 2.90
- DZ Vs. oNe (May 20, 2022 - 19:00 CEST) 1.58 vs. 2.25
- AST Vs. XSET (May 21, 2022 - 01:00 CEST) 1.68 vs. 2.05
- OXG Vs. BDS (May 20, 2022 - 22:00 CEST) 2.10 vs. 1.65
Six Charlotte Major 2022 Playoffs recap & predictions
The Charlotte Major group stage has concluded. Let's go through some of the outcomes from the last day and the week as a whole.
Team One qualified for the Major from Mexico, and three members of their squad are currently going to Charlotte for the playoffs.
Team oNe is known for Miracle runs at Majors, while Lorenzo "Lagonis" Volpi is synonymous with bringing new teams to brilliance. Can Team oNe pull off another miraculous comeback? We’ll see.
"It's just another game" Astralis’ Roman “Forrest” Breaux commented after the group stage. They are surely getting over-confident in their match against the mechanically skilled XSET, with very close odds.
Oxygen’s clutches throughout the tournament may’ve saved them from elimination but they cannot rely on their sheer adrenaline skills now that they are facing the top of the opposition. Their opponents Dark Zero seem cool and confident and they may be just out of luck.
Lastly the match between Team Liquid and G2 Esports, the veteran Brazilian team will give G2 hell that’s for sure. But can G2 overcome this and turn the tides against their highly skilled opponents. We’ll see.