If you’re a fan of huge winning margins, playday 3 of R6 NAL stage 2 served just that, with the losing teams able to win a grand total of 7 rounds in all 4 matches. R6 NAL Stage 2 Playday 3 results:
TSM FTX > DarkZero
Disrupt Gaming < Spacestation Gaming
Mirage > Beastcoast
Soniqs > XSET
TSM 7-0 DarkZero: Can TSM be toppled?
Kafe Dostoyevsky played host to TSM vs DarkZero, where TSM grabbed another 7-0 victory. One of the key matchups was TSM Beaulo vs DZ Hyper and Panbazou was expected to perform well too, but this matchup was a rather disappointing one as Hyper and Panbazou, who had a collective 53 kills before this match, got only 2 this match, combined. TSM brilliantly shut down their aggression and played some of the best rainbow six siege the region has ever seen. Amongst all the Beaulo plays, Pojoman, the veteran stand-in for Geometrics, went 11-3 on the map and got this beautiful Nitro cell double kill.
SSG put up another 3 points on the board with a convincing win over Disrupt Gaming, who are off to a rocky start with a W-L record of 1-2, DG Iconic got a decent 9-7(+2) K-D but the multiple clutches from some of the coolest heads in siege in ThinkingNade and Bosco questioned DG’s ability to hold an advantageous position. ThinkingNade clutched the last round, winning it on time to end the match 7-2 SSG.
Mirage 7-2 Beastcoast: The power of utility.
Mirage showed the non-aggressive side of siege and displayed the power of good utility usage with various utility clutches, Mirage’s Nyx clutched a 1v4 with just 1 nitro cell from down below and Loading clutched a 1v3 with Echo’s Yokai drone. Beastcoast needs to have some serious discussions as they have only been able to put up 9 rounds across 3 games.
Soniqs 7-3 XSET: Battle for first points.
Soniqs and XSET met on Consulate with both teams looking to snatch their first points in stage 2 of the NAL. Soniqs looked more determined than XSET to get the job done, who put up a fight in the first half, winning 2 rounds but Soniqs closed off the game 7-3, handing XSET their 2nd loss in 2 games.
MVP of the day:
Is there any doubt at this point? Of course, the MVP of the day is TSM’s Beaulo who built upon his MVP performance from the last playday and every week it becomes more and more clear that this is Beaulo’s world, we just live in it. He went 12-2 in TSM’s 7-0 thrashing of DarkZero, TSM Pojoman was a close contender for the MVP spot as well.