Oxygen Esports qualifies for the Berlin major

Newsroom Jul 11, 2022

Overview:

  • Oxygen Esports qualified for the Berlin major
  • Despite their previous loss against Spacestation Gaming, Oxygen Esports has already mathematically secured a place in the Berlin Major.

Formed by uniting Helix Esports, the Team Genji Esports organization, and the pro teams from Team Reciprocity, Oxygen Esports (abbreviated as OXG) is an American professional Esports company based in New England. It also hosts teams in Rainbow Six Siege, Rocket League, Apex Legends, Heroes of the Storm, Hearthstone, Call of Duty, Gears of War, and Magic the Gathering Arena.

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Despite losing to Spacestation Gaming earlier in the day, Oxygen Esports is the first team to secure a place in the Berlin Main event mathematically. Teams outside the top four may no longer reach the roster's point total, which stands at 16. Two extra-time wins against TSM and Parabellum Esports and two 7-5 wins over Beastcoast and Mirage helped Oxygen Esports advance in the NAL Stage Two, based on tiny details.

Personally, Ethan "Nuers" James' fragging ability has surpassed that of other league opponents, and he is on pace to reach his current kill total of over 100 next week. Nuers' stats increased in Charlotte during his debut season when he was awarded one of the event's several EVPs. When Oxygen Esports joined the Rainbow Six Siege scene, they had qualified for every tournament save the Mexico Main. The team's best result came in the finals of the Six Main when Astralis beat them in the Charlotte Major semifinals.

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Despite their previous loss against Spacestation Gaming, Oxygen Esports has already mathematically secured a place in the Berlin Major. Outside of the top four NAL clubs, no other team can exceed OxG's 16 points.

NAL Stage 2 has been marked by Oxygen Esports' attention to the minor details, including the team's trademark comeback victory and overtime victories against TSM and Parabellum Esports. The American group also claimed 7-5 victories over Beastcoast and Mirage. Before round 12, the team's lone win came against DarkZero Esports (7-3), while their only losses were versus Soniqs (4-7) and Spacestation Gaming (5-7).

Ethan "Nuers" James is the first player at this level to reach 100 kills in a single game, proving his dominance in the league's fragging competition. Nuers' status soared in Charlotte when he was awarded one of the tournament's EVPs in only his debut season.

Besides the Mexico Major, Oxygen Esports has qualified for every international Rainbow Six Siege tournament since entering the scene. During the previous Six Major, the team lost to Astralis in the semifinals.

Oxygen Esports has been active in the Rainbow Six Seasons competitive scene. In that time, they qualified for all Seasons International events except the Mexico Major. The most acceptable performance for the squad came in the last Six Major when Astralis eliminated them in the semifinals of the Charlotte Major.

Oxygen Esports has earned a spot to mark the team's sixth time competing at the Siege International tournament.

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