It's reaching the end here at EGL Stockholm and we're down to the final two teams who've made it out of the groups and through the ever treacherous double elimination bracket. Despite being only 8 teams in attendance the tournament has produced some amazing games that would not normally be seen on a stream due to the low profile of the teams. Skitlite Finland on mainstage By far the games of the tournament have been produced by the two teams in the final, the Finnish team of Skitlite and the Swedish team of Enigma. The first game between the two in the groups ended in a close 3-2 victory for Skitlite and helped propel the team to the top of the group. They met up once again in the winner bracket final after both teams dispatched their bracket opponents with relative ease. The rematch was yet another spectacle as the Swedish took a big 2-0 lead, shouting and screaming in what they thought was going to be an easy game. Of course it's often not that simple in Call of Duty and the Finns fought back with great determination to win the game 3-2, silencing the Enigma team who then had to drop down to the loser bracket to face TEC Sweden. Enigma on mainstage at EGL6 After a relatively easy game against TEC Sweden in the lower bracket final that ended 6-1, Enigma are now back in the final to face their rivals once again. Will they be able to hold their nerve this time or will it be the Finnish team of Skitlite with their cool calm and collected approach that will take the title? Skitlite Finland Pete 'FMF' Korhonen Tuukka 'Mofja' Hartonen Sami 'Sambyy' Carlsberg Joonas 'Juunaz' Salo Team eNigma.SWE Henrik 'Henkie' Andersson Sebastian 'Zebbe' Stolpe Robin 'Disse' Olsson Joacim 'Jockzje' Meckenhäuser Watch the final LIVE on the EGL stream at www.twitch.tv/egltv. Skitlite Finland will take a 3-2 advantage into the best of 11 game. Check out our dedicated EGL6 Stockholm coverage thread HERE!