Rainbow Six APAC North 2021 Stage 1 Playday 1: Match 3 and 4

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Rainbow Six Siege's APAC North League 2021 just concluded its first playday and the results are here. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the matches have been held online. Teams clashed and showed some exciting matches to watch this week.

The third match was between Cloud9 and GUTS Gaming. Both teams decided to duke it out on Clubhouse with Hibana and Maverick being banned. Normally teams would opt to ban Thatcher and Maverick, so the decision was a surprise. GUTS gaming had a really hard time playing passive, forcing them to switch up to more frag-heavy gameplay.

Round nine of the game displayed an amazing push from C9 into church and armory. Cloud9 had every single angle held properly, and when it was time to execute into the site, both teams traded each other one at a time. The round came to a 1v1 situation, which sadly Cloud9 was unable to win.

Seongsoo "EnvyTaylor" Kim of Cloud9 played key roles that led to the team's victory. With operators like Thatcher and Wamai, EnvyTaylor helped Cloud9 win the map with a 7-5 scoreline. He even managed to top the leaderboards with 11 kills.

The final map of the playday was between T1 and Talon Esports played on Villa. T1 had to play the match with their coach because one of their players got kicked from the roster due to toxicity. Kang "Vamos" Sang-eun of T1 clutched the first round by getting a double kill, and then, throwing a C4 towards the planter. T1 managed to get a 3-3 score during the first half, which is pretty impressive considering their situation.

However, T1 was unable to get a single round on the attack because they lacked coordination and Villa is a map about teamwork. So, Talon won the match with a 7-3 scoreline.

For more coverage on APAC North League 2021, you can watch all the streams on Twitch or YouTube.

So, what are your thoughts on the ongoing APAC North League 2021 for Rainbow Six Siege? Have you enjoyed the games and learned strategies from the pro players? Whatever your thoughts may be, let us know in the comments below.

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