TSM FTX launches limited edition products to celebrate SI 2022 win — SiegeGG
Just three days ago, TSM FTX were crowned champions of the 2022 Six Invitational after beating Team Empire 3-1 in the event’s Grand Finals. Now, the North American organization has released two special items to commemorate the team’s international victory.
TSM FTX announced earlier in the day he launched two special items – a shirt champions retro and a hoodie embroidered champions.
Keep in mind that this is an advance, which means that shipping can take some time. In fact, there is a disclaimer of responsibility in both products, asking users to “allow three to five weeks before the expedition.”
Personally, the t-shirt is the item that most look great due to the retro style of the uncluttered black shirt. In addition, the main colors of the shirt are red, blue and white are the colors of the United States of America – a nice concept since TSM is part of the North American League.
The second item is also good, a black embroidered hoodie with the TSM logo and “World Champions” scrawled across the chest. It looks clean but perhaps too basic for some fans’ aesthetics.
It’s great to see large organizations to design special items to Siege! If you want, you can follow the link in the tweet previously provided.
TSM FTX is a North American esports team established in 2009. The organization joined Rainbow Six Siege in June 2019 and made their international debut in DreamHack Valencia.
Despite finishing fifth-eighth in Spain this year, a win at the North American Raleigh Major Open qualifier granted the team a spot to compete in the event. Another fifth-eighth place finish was followed by the team’s first international trophy, which the side would earn from Montreal’s DreamHack.
It’s been all uphill ever since. A third-place finish at the 2020 Six Invitational was followed by various regional accolades, as the team would win Major November NA and the NAL 2020 United States Division Final.
In 2021, TSM FTX started the year strong with a fourth-place finish at the 2021 Six Invitational. However, the team finished 13th-16th at the Mexico Major as Bryan “Merc” Wrzek tested positive for COVID-19. The team was scheduled to play under coach Owen “Pojoman” Mitura.
Now TSM FTX has won the 2022 Six Invitational to claim the first international title for NA since Spacestation Gaming won the 2020 Six Invitational.