Teams competing in Mexico City’s R6 Major Charlotte will now have to play in severe ping inconvenience.

Ubisoft Charlotte-w7m, Team oNe and FURIA, three rainbow six seasons teams unable to travel from Mexico City connected to the South Central US online server in their game for six Major Charlotte, have changed their decision this morning. .

The announcement was made in the meantime A broadcast Today, “from this point forward, all games, regardless of where the teams are, will be played on the LAN build,” said Castor Blue. “The decision has been made in the interest of competitive integrity.”

The previous decision involved players in Charlotte playing on an online server, with the advantage of playing on a LAN server without virtually any delay. Now all teams will play on the LAN build so wherever they are, FURIA, w7m esports and Team oNe will use VPN to connect, which will delay them approximately 80 milliseconds. By comparison, their connections with competitor values ​​in Charlotte will keep them close to a millisecond delay.

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In the interview of Brazilian broadcast Of the six majors, w7m player Gustavo “Herdz” Herdina said in terms of the difference in delays between teams, the classification of sports conditions in the international championships for teams playing online from Mexico is unacceptable.

Six Major Charlotte will play until May 22 and has a total prize pool of $ 500,000. Fans can watch it online here Official Rainbow Six Siege Twitch Channel. The tournament champion will receive 5 200,000 and 375 qualifying points for the 2023 Six Invitational.

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