Rainbow Six Siege LATAM Stage 2 Playday 7 Results Are Out

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Rainbow Six Siege's LATAM 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 LATAM League had some really exciting matches to watch this week, with all the matches played as a best of two format.

The best matchup for the seventh playday was between Team Liquid and Furia. The first map was played on Clubhouse, which is a utility-heavy map with Maverick banned. Liquid also banned Ash which is pretty rare, as Ash is either banned to target a specific player or to troll the other team. Round four was definitely the highlight of the game. Liquid had 20 seconds to attack the site with all the players alive on both teams. Furia played the round perfectly by holding every crossfire, but the interesting part of the round was that the round came to a 1v1 situation with every player trading each other in the process. The match ended with a 6-6 tie, which surprised both the viewers and analysts as this could have been an easy win for Liquid. The Ash ban could have cost Liquid a lot of rounds on attack, as the operator is a staple for Clubhouse.

The second map was played on Kafe Dostoyevsky, which is a utility-heavy map. Liquid played their defense flawlessly, going 6-0 on their defensive split. Furia was unable to counter Liquid’s setup, as it cost Furia tons of utility to clear the setup. André "nesk" Oliveira was a force to be reckoned with for Liquid, as he stopped Furia from taking control of Kafe. Nesk had seven kills by the end of the match. Furia was unable to stop Liquid’s momentum, which allowed Liquid to take the make with a 7-0 scoreline.

Another exciting match to watch was between MIBR and INTZ. The first map was played on Clubhouse, which is an attacker-sided map with no hard breachers banned. INTZ went 4-2 on the attacking side, which is a really good split. INTZ opted to use two hard breachers which allowed them to be more flexible on the soft destruction to counter Maestro devices and other utility. MIBR’s push on round 11 was well coordinated, as we got to see four attackers corner Goyo and take Goyo off with ease. Vinicius "Vnx" Mello clutched an almost impossible 1v4 ace situation with Jager on match point. This clutch allowed INTZ to take Clubhouse with a 7-4 scoreline.

The second map was played on Theme Park, which is a defender-sided map. Vnx played the first round really well and got a quad kill playing the Goyo TSCG, which is a hard weapon in CQC situations. But MIBR played their remaining attack rounds really well, which allowed MIBR to go 4-2 on the attacking split. INTZ was unable to counter MIBR’s strategies on attack, which allowed MIBR to roam around the map, slowing INTZ due to the lack of information and coordination. MIBR won the second map with a 7-3 scoreline, with every player in MIBR playing extremely well.

The final match for the seventh playday was between SANTOS and Team oNe. The first map was played on Consualte, which is an attacker-sided map. SANTOS used a pretty impressive strategy for their basement hold, which extended all the way until the second floor of Consulate. While SANTOS did a good job of stalling the enemies on the top floor, SANTOS was unable to convert that round into a win. Both teams played well, but in the end, the game was about which team could frag more. SANTOS fragged much better than oNe, which allowed SANTOS to win the first map with a 7-5 scoreline.

The second map was played on Villa, which is a utility-heavy map. Team oNe managed to win four rounds on defense which is decent on a map like Villa. Both teams didn’t show any special strategies, unlike the Consulate match, but Team oNe was able to carry their momentum on attack with the entry fraggers for oNe playing extremely well. Team oNe won the second match with a 7-4 scoreline.

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

So, what are your thoughts on the ongoing LATAM 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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