The latest Six Memevitational has concluded, with a whole host of Rainbow Six Siege personalities getting involved to raise money for charity.
More than £5,000 was raised for Maggie’s Centres, a UK-based charity that provides free practical and emotional support for people living with cancer.
And the winners of the tournament were FoxA’s Naughty List, consisting of US players LonnieLightning, AutumnMae, Shawk and Royal Penguin, and Swedish player Spoit.
They beat all-UK roster Cob Academy 3-1 in the grand final.
The full list of Six Memevitational 2022 player rosters and results can be found on this Memevitational page on Liquipedia.net.
The 2022 Six Memevitational tournament was announced last month and was put together by UK host/caster Derry ‘Dezachu’ Holt, UK coach/analyst Jack ‘Fresh’ Thomas Allen and Polish producer Jakub ‘Atroix’ Szmyt.
It offers a more lighthearted approach to Siege esports and was originally set up last year following the delay of the 2021 Six Invitational.
Rapper Organiser Dezachu said on Twitter following the tournament’s conclusion: “£5.2k raised for Maggie’s Centres this weekend. Massive community effort, thank you so much everyone!
“I hope that whether you were a viewer, player, or staff member, you had a good time. Until next year.”
The 2022 Memevitational took place on January 15th and 16th 2022 with a studio broadcast from the Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies, which is a part of Nottingham Trent University.
The Six Memevitational team also thanked the students and staff who worked on the event:
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