Rainbow Six Siege's APAC North And South Majors Finals Results Are Out

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Rainbow Six Siege's APAC North and APAC South Majors just concluded their final playdays and the results are here. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the matches have been held online. The APAC South and APAC North Majors had some really amazing matches to watch this week, with all the matches played as a best of five format. The most surprising matchup that happened this week was between Union Gaming and MrcZ. The matches played were super exciting and taught us a lot of new strategies.

The final match for APAC North was between Cloud9 and Giants Gaming. The first map was played on Villa, which is a very strategy-heavy map. The score went 7-4 in the favor of Cloud9, with everyone on Cloud9 fragging equally well. Cloud9 was able to keep the momentum going into the second map, Oregon. The second map also went 7-4 in the favor of Cloud9, with both teams teaching us how to properly utilize the operator Montagne. 

However, Cloud9 was eventually slowed down as the Giants managed to outsmart Cloud9 on Clubhouse, making some surprising decisions such as rushing the CCTV breach and running into site. The third map went 7-5 in the favor of Giants. While everyone expected the Giants to make a comeback on Kafe Dostoyevsky, they were unable to scratch Cloud9. Cloud9 dominated Giants with a 7-0 scoreline, winning the series in APAC North.

The final match for APAC South was between Union Gaming and MrcZ. The first map was played on Themepark, which is still quite new to the APAC region. Union Gaming was able to bait MrcZ to fall for their defense setups, which wasted MrcZ’s time and let UG win the first map 7-5. The second map also went 7-5 on Clubhouse. While neither team showed us any new strategies, UG showed off a great example of how to roam clear and cut off rotations while the defenders roam. They were also able to implement the SSG roam strategy. 

The third map was played on Oregon, and it is a map where we haven’t seen either team play on before. Union Gaming utilized a very heavy roam game, which caught MrcZ off-guard. Union Gaming was able to take the map and series with the third map, going 7-5 as well. MrcZ was able to put up a decent fight with Union Gaming, but Union Gaming was able to beat MrcZ on three straight maps, crowning Union Gaming the APAC South champions.

For more coverage on the APAC South and APAC North Majors, you can watch all the streams on Twitch or YouTube.

So, what are your thoughts on the APAC South and APAC North Majors 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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