The Latest Rainbow Six Siege Pro League Season 11 Edition Review

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Rainbow Six Siege Season 11 Pro League recently settled its 13th playday. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the matches have been held only online. The reward pool will be divided among the top teams of each country.

Rogue has finally been awarded as the EU Pro League champion for the current season. It also succeeded in collecting a total of 28 points, and it seems that no other teams could beat that score. As for the second and third places, they’re still waiting to be collected by the G2 Esports, Natus Vincere, Team Empire, and forZe. All of these teams got 19 or 22 points, which could reach either way, depending on how they choose to play in the finals.

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Rainbow Six Siege witnessed the return of Jack “Doki” Robertson but only in the twelfth playday. He had an immediate impact as he helped his squad to victory. Natus Vincere chose to be against the Russian machines forZe, while Doki appeared leading his team with up to 12 kills. Even if it was a fantastic one-sided match for Natus Vincere, forZe could still be a trouble as the threat it shows it’s massive.

As for Vitality vs. Empire, their match was a little bit disappointing. It wasn’t that good to witness the Russian Empire fall to one of the most terrible-acting squads in the Pro League. However, the most significant thing that reached under the spotlight, it was yesterday’s match between BDS and G2 Sports. They chose to go all the way up and scored 6-6. The competition was a frag trial for G2, and Stephane “Shaiiko” Lebleu and Juhani “Kantoraketti” Toivonen.

So far, the Rainbow Six Siege Pro League Season 11 brought fair contest topped with a total rage and great results. We should wait for more to happen as the teams get ready for the upcoming matches.

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