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Rainbow Six Siege Player Pengu Reveals Why They Got Invited

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Niclas Mouritzen, known as “Pengu,” is one of the most all-around players in the Rainbow Six Siege scene. 22-year-old Danish player has been playing for G2 Esports since August 2018 and he earned over $300.000 from the tournaments that he attended.

On 16th January 2020, after Ubisoft invited the G2 Esports to Six Invitational, Pengu revealed why they got the invite.

Here is what Pengu wrote:

“From a business perspective it makes perfect sense to invite G2, G2 and TSM bring the most views across all of Siege ( BY FAR ) – former champions is also another “excuse” but I do personally believe that there were other teams who deserved as much if not more than us”

He added:

“The plan for us is to take this as an adventure and appreciate the fact that we get to be a part of the greatest event of Siege, despite failing to go there on our own terms”

Team Liquid player Sensi replied:

“While I do agree the champs needs to defend their title, I believe that then the Invite should be specifically for them and previously established/set/talked. Giving G2 lots of chances and thus stealing other teams to dispute minors, just to be invited anyways is not the way”

Sensi added:

“Also if the SI winner have direct spot for the next SI, then they shouldn’t be invited to Majors. To me that’s fair.”

Former G2 player Goga replied:

“Winning the SI means you qualify for the major, not getting invited”

Sensi said:

“Yes I know. However like I talked before IF the Invitationals give the winner a direct spot for the next Inv., then the winner shouldn’t be insta-qualified to Major”

You can check the tweets below.

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