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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League: the top four Xbox One teams are locked in while the PC players battle on!

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The ESL Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League continues! Last Thursday, the PC teams kept the competition close with some epic matchups during Play Day 5. We also saw the top Xbox One teams from both regions battle it out on Monday for their spot at the Season 1 Finals and a share of the US$50,000 prize pool.

XBOX ONE

Monday was huge for the Rainbow Six Pro League on Xbox One, with two weeks worth of matches squeezed into one epic day of play! We saw six matches on the European side and five between the North American teams, ending with the top two teams from each region locked in for the Season 1 Finals.

EUROPE

The Xbox One matches began with Team Vitality against 1UPeSport.ImmenZ, with Vitality winning their match 2-0 for the second week straight. This week Team Vitality saw another huge boost in their rankings, this time going all the way to the top spot after taking their second match of the night against Supremacy 2-0.

Team Infused also beat Supremacy 2-0 early on in the evening. The two teams then faced off again, giving Supremacy a chance to turn the tables, but Team Infused held their ground, forcing the match to end in a draw and securing their place in the Season 1 Finals.

NORTH AMERICA

Nemesis and eXcellence Gaming will represent North America in the first ever Rainbow Six Finals on Xbox One! Nemesis was able to hold their top position after two draws against Onslaught eSports and Team AGG. In an exciting battle for the second slot, eXcellence Gaming dominated their first match against L 4 Legendary 2-0, and maintained their position despite losing 0-2 against Rewritten later in the night.

PC

The PC side of the Rainbow Six Pro League still has two days of matches before their Finals in May where the top PC teams will fight for a share of the second Season 1 $US50,000 prize pool. Read on to catch up with what happened on Play Day 5 last Thursday!

European frontrunners PENTA Sports maintained their top spot with a 2-0 victory against Epsilon eSports R6. GiFu beat AERA eSport Black R6 2-0, with the other two matches ending in 1-1 draws.

In North America, Mythic eSports and Astral Authority both went into their Play Day 5 match with seven points each, but Mythic eSports were able to get one step closer to a spot in the Season 1 Finals with a 2-0 win. Velocity eSports R6 dominated Recorded Reported, winning 2-0, and Got em Gaming came out on top against VwS Pro, also taking their match 2-0.

See how the next PC matches unfold on Play Day 6, 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

  • PENTA Sports vs. GiFu
  • Warrior Team France vs. gBots.R6
  • TCM-Gaming R6 vs. dat fLaM3RS
  • AERA eSport Black R6.. vs. Epsilon eSports R6

NORTH AMERICAN PC MATCHUPS THIS THURSDAY

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

The Xbox One Rainbow Six regular season is over, but the #R6PL action will continue for PC players this Thursday on April 14, 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 as we get ready for the Season 1 Finals!