Rainbow Six Siege TEC Divison 3 Playday 4 Results Are Here

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Rainbow Six Siege’s The Esports Club League just concluded its fourth playday for division three matches. The tournament has a prize pool of $1,800, which is very high 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 five teams in every division. You can find the prize pool split here.

The ongoing The Esports Club League is a league-based competition, where every team has to face all their opponents from the same division. After all the matches are played out, every team will have earned points that are determined by the team's wins. The bottom three teams of every division then get demoted to the lower division, or even relegated if you are in division three, which is the lowest division in this league. You can watch live streams of every game on the TEC YouTube page.

The most exciting matchup for the fourth playday was between NAT and Sangfroid Esports. The match was played on Kafe Dostoyevsky, which is a very defender-sided map. The match went into overtime, which was surprising with Sangfroid’s losses this season. NAT was able to win the match with a 7-5 scoreline while gaining a point for the victory and sitting on top of the leaderboard. It was unfortunate seeing Sangfroid losing yet another match, as for most of the round Sangfroid revolved around ShotFX and DiscountTrue. Both players had over 15 kills each, but they were not able to win the game for Sangfroid.

Another exciting match to watch was between KL11 and Psync Ignite. This match was played on Consulate. Consulate is a super frag-heavy map so it favors teams like Psync, but KL11 did their homework on Psync which made the game really interesting. KL11 destroyed Psync on their defending side, going 5-1 and went on to finish the game with a 7-4 scoreline.

So, what are your thoughts on the South Asian TEC League for Rainbow Six Siege? Are you enjoying all the amazing matches that teams are putting on in this league? Whatever your thoughts may be, let us know in the comments below.

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