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See how the action is unfolding in the first season of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League!

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The ESL Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League began on March 4th in front of a phenomenal crowd at the Intel Extreme Masters World Championship in Katowice, Poland and is now only a few weeks away from the Season 1 Finals! Over the past five weeks, teams across Europe and North America have been battling it out for a chance to be the first ever Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege champion.

The action has been intense so far, with four explosive broadcasts of Rainbow Six every week. The Xbox One matches from both Europe and North America are live on Mondays, and the PC matches from both regions are on Thursdays, so be sure to tune in. Here’s a recap of the most recent matches on both platforms and both regions!

XBOX ONE

Play Day 5 for the Xbox One Rainbow Six Pro League teams was Monday, April 4th, and started off in Europe with Supremacy R6S taking the first match 2 - 0 against Team anXel. Team Infused moved up to the first-place position in the standings with a 2 - 0 win against iDomina eSports ASD, knocking Supremacy R6S down to second place. Team Vitality also took a 2 - 0 victory over Epsilon eSports, leaving both teams in the third and fourth positions, respectively.

In North America, Onslaught played two matches back to back, the first against Team AGG and the second against frontrunners Nemesis. Onslaught lost both matches, lowering them to the eighth-place position, but put up a good fight against Nemesis, becoming the first team to take a map from them in the Pro League and forcing the match into overtime.

The Xbox One Rainbow Six action will continue with Play Day 6 broadcasts on Monday, April 11 on the Rainbow Six Twitch channel, with the European broadcasts starting at 19:00 CEST and the North American broadcasts beginning at 17:00 PDT. 

UPCOMING EUROPEAN XBOX ONE MATCHUPS

  • TBD

UPCOMING NORTH AMERICAN XBOX ONE MATCHUPS

  • InstincT GG vs. Team AGG R6
  • PickYourPoison vs. ReWritten
  • L 4 Legendary vs. eXcellence Gaming
  • Onslaught vs. Nemesis

PC

The last matches on the PC side of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege Pro League were on March 31 and began with the European teams fighting to the finish. PENTA Sports dominated over dat fLaM3rs, taking the match 2 - 0 and pushing them up in the rankings to contend with frontrunners AERA eSport Black R6.

In an epic showdown between North American teams Mythic eSports and Recorded Reported, Mythic eSports won 2 - 0, moving them up from sixth to fourth place in the standings. In a surprise upset, Velocity eSports R6 won 2 - 0, knocking previous frontrunners Astral Authority down to third. Orbit GG and PsW both won of their matches 2 - 0, leaving them tied in the first-place position.

See how the next PC matches unfold on Play Day 5, this Thursday on the Rainbow Six Twitch channel. As always, the European broadcasts will begin at 19:00 CEST and the North American broadcasts kick off at 17:00 PDT. 

EUROPEAN PC MATCHUPS THIS THURSDAY

  • WtF Gros Calibres vs. dat fLaM3RS
  • TCM-Gaming R6 vs. gBots.R6
  • AERA eSport Black R6.. vs. GiFu
  • PENTA Sports vs. Epsilon eSports R6

NORTH AMERICAN PC MATCHUPS THIS THURSDAY

  • Astral Authority vs. Mythic eSports
  • VwS Pro vs. Got em Gaming
  • Orbit GG. vs. Kingdom eSports
  • Recorded Reported vs. Velocity eSports R6

The PC Rainbow Six matches will continue this Thursday on April 7 and the Xbox One matches will resume the following Monday on  April 11, so be sure to tune into the live broadcasts on the Rainbow Six Twitch channel and follow the ESL Rainbow Six Pro League on Facebook and Twitter to catch all the #R6PL action as we get closer to the Finals!