Shroud Proves His Dominance in Yet Another Game With Impressive Rainbow Six: Siege 1 vs. 5 Clutch - Dexerto
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Shroud Proves His Dominance in Yet Another Game With Impressive Rainbow Six: Siege 1 vs. 5 Clutch

Published: 18/Jun/2018 12:35 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 12:05

by Ross Deason

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Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek has once again shown that he is a god of gaming with an impressive 1 vs. 5 clutch on Rainbow Six: Siege.

Shroud enjoyed a fairly successful career as a professional CS:GO player which saw him secure some top finishes at international events, including a first place at the ESL Pro League Season 4 finals.

The Canadian star was well known for his incredible mechanical abilities but he sometimes received criticism for being “less dedicated” than other professional players and splitting his time between practicing and streaming.

Eventually he made the decision to switch to a career as a full time Twitch streamer and is currently one of the most followed entertainers on the entire platform.

The switch in focus has also allowed him to showcase just how talented he is at just about any game that he turns his attention towards, including PUBG, Fortnite Battle Royale, Realm Royale, and even Rainbow Six: Siege.

During one such game of Rainbow Six, the former CS:GO pro found himself in a 1 vs. 5. Shroud never looked like he felt any doubt as he comfortably picked up the clutch with the help of a strange team kill from the opponents. 

While he wasn’t a professional in Rainbow Six, shroud’s experience and years of training in CS:GO are sure to help him in these situations against casual players like this.

Shroud’s ability to pick up just about any game and be good at it in no time at all can be infuriating to watch at times, but there’s no denying the fact that it’s impressive.

We think shroud is missing out on a niche “shroud vs.” series on YouTube where he tries a new game once a week and finds out how many matches it takes for him to pick up his first win.

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Rainbow Six Siege Major how to watch hub: schedule, streams

Published: 28/Oct/2020 5:17 Updated: 28/Oct/2020 5:32

by Alex Tsiaoussidis

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Rainbow Six: Siege’s next massive event, the Six November 2020 Major, is starting soon and the best teams from all four corners of the globe will duke it out to determine who is the cream of the crop in each region.

Rainbow Six: Siege is thrilling to play, but it’s even more intense to watch. The nature of the cat-and-mouse gameplay makes it an absolute spectacle, especially when you’re watching the best players and teams in the world.

The Six November 2020 Major is the next premier event in the professional scene. A stacked lineup of teams will be pitted against each other in separate regional divisions to determine who is the best.

If that’s not enough, it also has a global prize pool of $500,000 split across each region. The Six November 2020 Major will happen in four different stages throughout the upcoming weeks.

If you’re as excited to watch it as we are, here’s everything you need to know.

Rainbow Six: Siege Six November Major 2020
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It’s been a while since the last live Rainbow Six: Siege event due to the pandemic.

Six November 2020 Major stream

Ubisoft will host all of the matches on their Twitch channel which can be found here. The schedule is organized in a way where there will only be one series on at any given time. That means you won’t have to have multiple tabs and streams open. All you need to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.

Six November 2020 Major teams and regions

The Rainbow Six: Siege November Major 2020 was originally supposed to take place in Europe. However, due to the ongoing pandemic, it was divided into an online event split across each region.

Unfortunately, that means there is no group stage. Instead, there will be four teams in Latin America, Europe, and North Americal, and six teams in Asia-Pacific.

Other than that, it will follow a traditional double-elimination format with best-of-three series and a best-of-five grand final. Here’s a list of all the teams in each region.

Latin America

MIBR
Team Liquid
Ninjas In Pyjamas
Team oNe eSports

Europe

BDS Esport
Team Empire
Tempra Esports
Virtus.Pro

North America

DarkZero Esports
Oxygen Esports
Spacestation Gaming
Team SoloMid

Asia-Pacific

Cloud9
Cyclops athlete gaming
FAV Gaming
Giants Gaming
GUT Gaming
Xavier Esports

Six November 2020 Major schedule

October 31st, Latin America

Round Teams PT ET BST
Semifinals oNe – MIBR 9 AM 12 PM 5 PM
Semifinals NIP – Liquid 12 PM 3 PM 8 PM
Lower Bracket R1 TBD 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM

November 1st, Latin America

Round Teams PT ET BST
Upper Bracket Final TBD 9 AM 12 PM 5 PM
Lower Bracket Final TBD 12 PM 3 PM 8 PM

November 2nd, Latin America

Round Teams PT ET BST
Grand Final TBD 11 AM 2 PM 7 PM

November 6th, Europe

Round Teams PT ET BST
Semifinals BDS – VP TBD TBD TBD
Semifinals Empire – Tempra TBD TBD TBD
Lower Bracket R1 TBD TBD TBD TBD

November 7th, Europe

Round Teams PT ET BST
Upper Bracket Final TBD TBD TBD TBD
Lower Bracket Final TBD TBD TBD TBD

November 8th, Europe

Round Teams PT ET BST
Grand Final TBD TBD TBD TBD

November 13th, North America

Round Teams PT ET BST
Semifinals Darkzero – Spacestation TBD TBD TBD
Semifinals Oxygen – TSM TBD TBD TBD
Lower Bracket R1 TBD TBD TBD TBD

November 14th, North America

Round Teams PT ET BST
Upper Bracket Final TBD TBD TBD TBD
Lower Bracket Final TBD TBD TBD TBD

November 15th, North America

Round Teams PT ET BST
Grand Final TBD TBD TBD TBD

November 25th, Asia-Pacific

Round Teams PT ET BST
Quarterfinals FAV – Xavier TBD TBD TBD
Quarterfinals GUTS – Cloud9 TBD TBD TBD

November 26th, Asia-Pacific

Round Teams PT ET BST
Semifinals Giants – TBD TBD TBD TBD
Semifinals Cyclops – TBD TBD TBD TBD

November 27th, Asia-Pacific

Round Teams PT ET BST
3rd Place Playoff TBD TBD TBD TBD

November 29th, Asia-Pacific

Round Teams PT ET BST
Grand Final TBD TBD TBD TBD