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Rainbow Six: Siege

The Rainbow Six Siege European Finals start today

Qualified teams will be competing for a share of $100,000.

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Rainbow Six: Siege esports has started taking shape again in 2021, with various matches occurring in the Asian region last weekend. Well, now it's the EU's turn, as the European Finals are set to begin later today.

Kicking-off at 2pm BST / 3pm CET today, the first semi-final will see BDS take on Natus Vincere. Also happening today, the European Challenger League Final will take place, seeing Cowana Gaming face MNM.

Saturday's games will see the second European League semi-final between G2 Esports and - which will also start at 2pm BST / 3pm CET. Saturday will be bringing a relegation match between Rogue and the loser of the European Challenger League final, also.

Sunday will mark the closing of the European Finals and the end of the 2020 season of the European League. It will start once again at 2pm BST / 3pm CET, and will begin with a third-place match between the loser of the two previous semi-finals. Sunday will conclude with a Grand Final between the semi-final victors, where the winner will take the regional crown and get a hefty share of the $100,000 prize pool.

Make sure to catch all of the action over here, at the official Rainbow Six: Siege Twitch channel.

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