Rainbow Six Siege EU League 2021 Stage 3: Playday 8

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Rainbow Six Siege’s European League has concluded its eighth playday of Stage 3. This is an important league as the top four teams will qualify for the Six Sweden Major 2021.

Team Empire vs. G2 Esports

This match was played on Clubhouse. Empire started the match on the attack and had an easy time destroying G2. G2 was pretty impatient on defense and this led to many bad calls on their part. They would peek at random times to shoot drones, which Empire took advantage of by sending a member behind the drones to get a kill. This playstyle continued throughout the first half and Empire won it with a 5-1 scoreline. Empire's Danila "dan" Dontsov played a vital role for his team by opening vertical angles and getting 10 kills within the first half.

After the side switch, G2 was able to win the seventh round because Empire made the same mistake of peeking at random times and dying. However, G2 was so far behind that they started throwing and making mistakes. In the final round, Empire's Dmitry "Always" Mitrahovich got a triple kill by holding the garage rafters when G2 tried running through the garage door. Empire won the match with a 7-2 scoreline.

BDS Esport vs. Rogue

This match was played on Chalet, which is an attacker-sided map. BDS started the match on the attack. BDS' Stéphane "Shaiiko" Lebleu opened the whole game with an ace. Shaiiko just held the windows of 2F from the balcony and Rogue kept peeking at him, which gave Shaiiko three kills. Then Shaiiko entered the site and got the remaining two kills while the rest of BDS planted the bomb. BDS continued to dominate with their momentum from the first round and won the first half with a 5-1 scoreline.

After the side switch, Rogue was able to win three rounds by playing very aggressively. Rogue would rush into the site and make plays that resulted in a round win. However, once BDS understood their plan, they were able to finish the game with ease. BDS had Mute, Frost, Aruni, and Wamai, which made it impossible for Rogue to go aggressive throughout the whole match. Using this lineup, BDS won the final few rounds, ending the match with a 7-4 scoreline.

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

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