Australian team Mindfreak won the Rainbow Six Siege APAC Six Invitational Qualifiers that took place over the weekend.

The team will now represent Australia at the Six Invitational in Montreal, Canada from February 13.

There, it will face off against 15 of the best teams from around the world for a piece of the tournament's AU$600,000 prize pool.

Mindfreak started the Invitational Qualifiers in fine form defeating Team Cryptik (Singapore) 2-1 in the Round 1 Upper Bracket on Saturday.

The Australians then went straight into the Upper Bracket Final against Mantis FPS (South Korea), the same team that defeated them in the APAC Pro-League in October.

The match ended 2-1 in Mindfreak’s favour putting them up against Team Cryptik again in the Grand Final after the Singaporean team clawed its way back into contention through the Lower Bracket.

It was a photo finish for the local team as they secured a 2-1 victory over Team Cryptik with a double kill with only 10 seconds left on the clock.

Mindfreak wins Rainbow Six invitational, is off to Canada
Mindfreak wins Rainbow Six invitational, is off to Canada