Flawless. Perfect season. There are many things to say about the season our Rainbow Six: Siege team just played in the DeSBL and we will talk about it in this season review.
The team just prior to this season was promoted to the Advanced League B, which forms the second highest league for R6S together with the Advanced League A in the current DeSBL system. Upon joining, the team said that qualifying for the first division, the Ultimate League, was certainly the goal. A season later, they already achieved it with a flawless record of 7 wins in 7 matches – a perfect season by score.
Wolves Esports vs Hypnotic Seals – 2:0
Wolves Esports vs V1CTORY Esports – 2:0
Wolves Esports vs BAT Noctula – 2:0
Wolves Esports vs Playing Ducks – 2:0
Wolves Esports vs InGenious – 2:0
Wolves Esports vs Academy Fraternity – 2:0
Wolves Esports vs REH Gaming – 2:0
Season Statement Wolves Esports R6:
Our Advanced legue season was off to a rocky start as we went to overtime against Hypnotic Seals on both maps in pretty hard fought victories. Our communication was not yet on point and it was clear that we had a lot to improve with the new lineup. However, it went better the next week. We were able to defeat V1CTORY Esports with two different map experiences. The first one was a close win, the second one a dominating win. That showed us that our communication has gotten better and that the new strats were holding up, leading to more confidence in our gameplay overall.
That confidence has led to two one-sided maps against BAT Noctula, as well as against the Playing Ducks, formerly vaceGaming Pro-Team Black. The match against the now-Ducks has shown that our ability to simply outfrag our opponents can help us a lot. It was clear to us that if we were able to combine our fragging ability with clear comms, it could lead to a fantastic season.
The next match against InGenious was a strange one as we were only able to play and win the first map, but were stopped by ongoing server issues, resulting in a map two delayed by multiple days. During map one, our so far great communication went downhill and it has become a pretty close call. Map 2 however, was a good performance with decent comms and excellent execution of strategies.
The penultimate match against Fraternity Academy went smooth with two fast maps. The last match of the season against REH Gaming was a season highlight for us as the match would be streamed live. Going into the match, there was a bit of overconfidence which led to some careless mistakes, nearly allowing our opponents a comeback on the second map.
In the end, we have to say the season couldn’t have gone any better for us. It has shown that we always have to be on point and have to continuously work hard to improve and become an even better team. Now that we have reached the goal of qualifying for the Ultimate League, we jump straight into preparations for the new season. New strats, new calls, bigger map pool. We are extremely exciting to play in the Ultimate League and can’t wait for it to start!