Rainbow Six Siege EU League 2021 Stage 3: Playday 4

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Rainbow Six Siege’s European League has concluded its fourth playday of Stage 3. This is an important league as the top four teams will qualify for the Six Major.

Team Empire vs. BDS Esport

This match was the most exciting in the league, as both teams are known to be the best in Europe. The match was played in the reworked map Bank. Empire banned Iana because Stéphane "Shaiiko" Lebleu is one of the best fraggers on Iana and Ash. However, Ash’s nerf has caused many players to pick other operators. This operator ban did not stop Shaiiko as he started the first round of the match with a triple kill playing Finka.

Empire amazingly won the second round on Basement after Danila "Dan" Dontsov of Empire got a double kill and denied the plant using a C4. Unfortunately, BDS dominated the remaining rounds and won the first half with a 4-2 scoreline. After the side switch, BDS did not drop a single round using the plant denial strategy perfectly. BDS won the match with a 7-2 scoreline.

BDS remains at the top. If BDS wins a few more matches, they will secure their spot in the Six Major.

Rogue vs. Natus Vincere

This match was played in Villa, which is a defender-sided map. Rogue started the match on the attack and decided to rush the first round using Blitz to get an easy entry into the site. The Blitz rushed inside and caught Na’Vi off-guard. Then Maurice "AceeZ" Erkelenz of Rogue got four kills with Blitz as bait to win the round. Rogue kept playing aggressive and winning rounds against Na’Vi, which ended the first half with a 5-1 scoreline in their favor.

After the side switch, Jack "Doki" Robertson of Na’Vi got an insane clutch to start off the attacking half. Na’Vi managed to get the plant down on the seventh round that turned into a 1v4 situation, which Doki played it perfectly. Doki hid behind the bar counter and managed to kill four enemies, a surprise since Rogue had Clash. Despite Na’Vi winning a few more rounds, Rogue was so far ahead. The latter took the match with a 7-5 scoreline.

You can watch the stream over here. Check out the match details here.

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