Rainbow Six Siege EU League Stage 2 Playday 7 Results Are Out

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Rainbow Six Siege's EU League 2020 stage two concluded its seventh playday and the results are here. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the matches have been held online. The EU League had some really exciting matches to watch this playday, with all the matches played as a best of one format.

The first match was supposed to be played between Team Empire and Team Vitality, but due to internet issues Team Empire had to forfeit the match. This match could have been the saving grace for Team Empire to qualify for the EU league majors. Discussions for the rematch are still going on between Faceit and Team Empire, but a rematch might be out of the question.

The matchup between G2 Esports and Chaos was the most anticipated match of the seventh playday, as this match would decide if Chaos gets relegated or stays in the EU League. The match was played on Theme Park, which is a pretty defender-sided map. Round three had an exciting clutch play from Niclas "Pengu" Mouritzen, as he was able to retake the site with Mute and get four kills in the process. Chaos was unable to counter G2’s defensive strategies, which made it really hard for Chaos to get around. On the other hand, G2 was able to easily counter Chaos, meaning G2 took the map with a 7-3 scoreline. This matchup was quite depressing for Chaos fans as this match confirmed Chaos’ relegation after staying in the league for over two years.

The best matchup to watch was between NaVi and Team BDS. This match was played on Kafe Dostoyevsky. BDS is currently sitting on the top of the EU League with zero losses, which made everyone assume BDS would take this map with ease. The defense for BDS solely relied on Stéphane "Shaiiko" Lebleu, as he finished the first half with 10 kills. NaVi’s defense appeared very random, as BDS was not able to counter NaVi at all. Even though Loïc "BriD" Chongthep almost clutched two rounds by himself, BDS was not able to fight back against NaVi, who took every opportunity at winning their gunfights. Another insane clutch moment was from NaVi's Jack "Doki" Robertson, who almost clutched a 1v4. However, the last man standing for BDS was their best clutch player, BriD, who denied Doki the round win. NaVi took the map with a 7-4 scoreline, being the only team to beat BDS in this EU League stage.

Another good match to watch was between Rogue and Tempra. The match was played on Theme Park, which is a defender-sided map with the Maverick and Ace ban. Considering the amount of experience and domination Rogue showed during stage one of EU League, the viewers expected this to be a one-sided match. But Tempra had other plans for Rogue. Tempra’s attacks were decent, but they somehow managed to go 3-3 with the help of Dylan "Dirza" Brigitte fragging with Kali’s secondary SMG. Tempra’s defense was really good as they managed to react to every mistake Rogue made to turn the match around. Tempra took the map against Rogue with a 7-4 scoreline, and this match-up gave Tempra three important points for the EU League.

The final match was played between Virtus.Pro and Team Secret. The match was played on Oregon, which is a utility-heavy map. Team Secret was super dominant on their defense, with every member of Team Secret having an impact on the round. Team Secret was able to go 5-1 on their defensive rounds, which is really good. But when it came to VP on defense, Pavel "p4sh4" Kosenko was able to get a quad-kill on VP's first defensive round, stopping Secret’s momentum. Secret was unable to win their attacks against VP and both teams managed to tie 6-6 against each other. Secret’s roster change has made them a much stronger team, and if they keep their momentum, they can easily qualify for the majors.

For more coverage on Rainbow Six Siege's EU League 2020 stage two, you can watch all the streams on Twitch or YouTube.

So, what are your thoughts on the ongoing EU League 2020 stage two 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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