Rainbow Six Siege Colorful Tournament Playday 7 Results Are Out

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Rainbow Six Siege’s Colorful tournament just concluded its seventh playday for loser bracket matches. The tournament has a prize pool of $1,500, which is a pretty high amount for the South Asia competitive scene. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all the matches will be held online instead of the more traditional LAN environment. The prize pool of the tournament will be split and awarded to the top two teams who will compete in the finals. You can find the prize pool details here.

The ongoing Colorful tournament is a double-elimination based competition, where teams will have to win every match or drop down to the loser bracket. You can watch live streams of every game on the Colorful Bangladesh Facebook page.

The seventh playday had a really exciting match between BadTrip Esports and LevelZero Esports. We got to see LevelZero dominate their opponents with an amazing score. The match started on Clubhouse, which is a very strategy-heavy map. It was surprising to see LevelZero frag their way through a strategy-heavy map with a 7-2 scoreline.

The second map was played on Oregon, which is a defender-sided map due to the current Wamai meta. Attackers need to coordinate really well if they want to win on Oregon, as the map is very linear once you have control of certain parts of the map. LevelZero was able to go 5-1 on their defensive split, which made it very easy for them to carry over the momentum on attack and win it out 7-1.

Another exciting match to watch was between MonkaS and Deimos Force, as they are both super frag-heavy teams. That said, Deimos’s guns were on point and they knocked MonkaS silly on Oregon with a 7-3 scoreline. This was very impressive as this map was MonkaS' map pick.

However, MonkaS was able to come back on the second map, Coastline, which is surprising since Deimos usually beats every single team on Coastline. MonkaS took Coastline with a score of 7-2. The final map decided which team will stay and qualify for the semifinals of the loser brackets. The final map was played on Clubhouse, which both teams are well-versed on. We got to see Clubhouse go into overtime, with MonkaS coming out victorious with an 8-6 scoreline.

So, what are your thoughts on the Colorful tournament for Rainbow Six Siege? Did you enjoy all the matches during the playdays? Whatever your thoughts may be, let us know in the comments below.

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