ESPORTSREPORTER.COM / BENJAMIN LITVACK – STAFF WRITER / NOVEMBER 30TH, 2021 /
Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome back to another Rainbow Six Siege Article here at Esportsreporter.com. Before we jump into it today though a couple things. One from all of us here at Esportsreporter we hope you all had a lovely Thanksgiving during these incredibly trying times. The world has been turned upside down so we hope you were able to enjoy a relatively normal holiday celebration. The second is that in the past we’ve focused on just one event or topic. Whether it was relegations, tournaments, majors, or weekly recaps we always kept it rather focused on one topic. This time around we’re going to experiment with just giving you the quick rundown and update on all events Rainbow Six Siege that have either just happened or are about to happen. Let us know in the comments which type of format you guys prefer!
R6 Sweden – Yes we’re a bit late, but hey there in no way can this article be considered spoilers! That and the impacts of the major are going to be felt for a long time after the final round has been played. For starters, congrats to the Major Champions FaZe Clan! FaZe Clan quite simply were head and shoulders above their competition. Now one could argue that they had very little competition in their group stage. They shut that argument down with a 2-0 win over the French Juggernauts BDS Esports, and stopping the runaway train that was DWG Kia, before clinching the crown from none other than their regional rivals, and current world champions Ninjas in Pyjamas. The other major storylines to take away from this major is: 1) that the NA region needs to do some massive soul searching in order to improve their international standings. OXG gets excluded from this narrative as they were forced to play without team captain FoxA, and SSG also get somewhat excluded as they actually made it to the quarter finals. With that said though, NA just got smacked around and the region as a whole is in desperate need of a retooling or the results will never improve. 2) DWG Kia is one of the scariest teams on the planet. They fought their way out and came out on top in the Group of Death which contained the likes of SSG, Team Empire, and Furia. Then battled it out to the bitter end against eventual Major winners FaZe clan. The duo of yass and RIN were easily the most dangerous duo at the entire event. And just like the last major, though they may not have won, all the other teams are going to be having nightmares about how dangerous this team really is, even worse with no signs of slowing down.
Relegations – As of the writing of this article, only LATAM has had their relegations matches so far. We’re still currently waiting on the matches to happen in APAC, EU, and NA. Best of luck to the teams competing in those games. However right now, we can say congratulations to Santos E-Sports, Team Cruelty, and Leviatan Esports for winning their relegation matches in Brasilerao, Mexicano, and Sudamericano respectively! If you’re curious to see potential new stars enter professional R6 esports, EU is the next region to have their relegations match. MnM Gaming face off against HellRaisers for the auto promotion, while the loser has to fight Team Secret. Who stays and who goes? Those matches are scheduled to begin December 12th, 2021. Don’t miss out!
Regionals – The League Finals are almost here! Not only are relegations happening soon, but the playoffs to determine the best in each region are almost here too! Players are competing for bragging rights, and the lion share of a very sweet cash prize, 75,000$ for the NA Winner for example. It’s Liquid vs. NiP in the finals as of this article in Brazil, with EU and NA coming up in the future. Don’t miss out!
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