- Two names from the dream team are together once again at Team Vitality.
Rainbow Six Siege always had some issues when it comes to esports. The game is already more than 5 years old but they recently announced the leagues for esports. Prior to that, we had Pro League but teams were generally coming from big organizations. But over the last year, some teams pulled their teams from the Rainbow Six Siege scene. The reason for this was the League format. When we are taking a look in the past we had one dream team, this team was previously known as PENTA and later G2. Thay won 4 majors back to back and this created some problems for the competitive nature of the Rainbow Six Esports scene. Since then G2 let go several players first Goga and after Fabian was no longer parts of the G2 team.
However, according to recent news. We will see these 2 names from the original PENTA roster in Team Vitality. Team Vitality has been in the Rainbow Six Siege esports arena since 2017. Until now they did not win a major in Rainbow Six Siege however their roster is much more complete now with the additions of Goga and Fabian. Primarily a French team now consists of various nationalities from around the world. BiBoo is the team captain for 2 years now and their roster will be a force to be reckoned with in the upcoming Rainbow Six Siege arena for sure.
You can’t touch our new #R6EUL roster!
We proudly welcome @risze_lel and @fabianhallsten, joining @BiBoo_R6, @Gogaqt and @Hungry_R6 to fuel our powerhouse! All the way to the Hammer! 🔨⏲ #HammerTime #VforVictory pic.twitter.com/U4IkHPUc1R
— 🐝 Team Vitality 🐝 (@TeamVitality) June 9, 2020
Of course, Ubisoft is not having problems in the esports scene only. The game has a list of problems and interestingly a cheating problem in the console version of the game is very apparent. However, Ubisoft recently announced in a blog post that they will monitor the network usage of the players from now on. This will allow them to fight against the massive DOS attacks on the console. Also, an offline ban system is in the works. Ubisoft also announced that the Champion rank will be harder for players to achieve.