Rainbow Six Siege Pro League Season 11 comes to an End

The online season of Rainbow Six Siege’s Pro League Season 11 has finally come to its conclusion. Although the Season 11 finals have been canceled, the teams still fought on to get as close to the top of the table, as a prize of $50,000 was on the line.

Standings:

North America

pro league standings

In NA, all eyes were on SSG vs TSM matchup as they were both fighting off for the 1st spot. And their match met all the fan’s expectations, as both the teams were up to the mark in this close matchup. However, SSG’s confidence and teamplay gave them the edge at the end, taking the 7-5 win and moving to the top of the table.

Reigning Invitational Champions, SSG, showed us that they can still handle the pressure and seems unbeatable at this moment. SSG’s coach Lycan says they are blessed with the current slow meta in Rainbow Six Siege, which worked heavily in their favour.

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Europe

Siege Pro league Season 11 standings

In EU, Rogue took the crown even before the last matchday, which is why their last match was more of an experiment for them. But most importantly, the 2nd spot in EU was where the heat was generating as G2 esports, Team Empire, NAVI and forZe all had a chance to grasp that 2nd position with a prize of $22,500.

However, G2 esports’ super team was the one to make it through with a 7-4 win against forZe. G2’s CTZN and Virtue really popped off in the match and the team will only get better as they are settling in with the new environment.

Latin America

pro league standings

In LATAM, Ninjas in Pyjamas lost their top spot to Team Liquid at the last moment, where NIP took a loss of 2-7 against Faze Clan. So Team Liquid will be going home with a sum of $50,000. Check out the full breakdown of the prize pool here.

Future of Siege Esports

Ubisoft has already announced that the R6 Pro League system will get completely revamped. The Pro League Finals will be completely removed and there will be a year long league system. The top three team from this league will be qualifying for the Majors.

It is really exciting to think about the future of Siege Esports, as Ubisoft plans to expand it into other regions. Hopefully it will continue to get bigger and provide us with all the Siege actions.

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