It all comes down to this! After one of the closest group stages ever, that literally came down to the last game to decide the teams that advanced, the final four teams in the ESL UK Premiership are ready to compete at the LAN finals.
In just a few days, on December 8th, Team Secret, Unnamed, MnM Gaming and Vexed.Ebuyer will all compete at ESL’s Studio 1 in Leicester to be crowned the ESL UK Rainbow Six Siege Premiership champions. All four teams have battle through tough competition to make it this far, and all have a great shot at walking out with the trophy.
Team Secret are the team to beat, after going undefeated in the competition so far, only drawing one game against MnM Gaming in the group stage and winning all the others. This comes as no surprise as the team also competes in the EU Pro League, the highest level of Rainbow Six competition in Europe.
But the other three teams in the competition are all more than capable of beating Secret. MnM Gaming also didn’t lose a single game in the tournament so far, but did draw three including one against Team Secret. Vexed.Ebuyer have the task of bringing them down in the semi-finals, and the two drew when they faced off in the group stage. This time there has to be a winner, which means this should be a great match.
Finally Unnamed have the tough task of facing Team Secret in the opening semi-final, but last time they faced off it went all the way to the final round before Secret pulled out the win. This time with a full best of three to play we expect things to be just as close.
You will be able to watch all of the action on Twitch, with the first match kicking off at noon and the grand final expected to start around 5:30PM. Expect to see the best Rainbow Six Siege competition the UK has to offer, all taking place at ESL’s impressive studio space.
To celebrate the finals we are also offering 66% off Rainbow Six Siege and Season Pass over at Ubisoft Store. From today until December 10th, 10am, you can grab Rainbow Six Siege and the Season Pass at the reduced price and start practising to compete in the next season of the ESL UK Premiership.