Chaos plays against Lestream Esport in this game five of the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Invitational Qualifier.
Chaos and Lestream Esport both sit at the top of the standings right behind Team Empire with both teams posting the same W-D-L of 3-0-1. Chaos started off the invitational qualifiers 3-0 before dropping their last game against PENTA Sports 5-7. Chaos let that game against PENTA get the better of them losing the last two rounds. In the last round Chaos got taken down from a drone hole and a hard breach from above which should never happen in Pro League. Even losing that matchup Chaos has shown that they belong with 7-4, 7-0, and 7-2 wins respectfully. Chaos posts a +13 map round differential which leads the EU invitational qualifiers. To get back on track Chaos is going to rely heavy on Kripps and Secretly to show up and lead this team the way they can.
Lestream Esports has posted three straight wins after losing their first match 2-7 against ENCE eSports. Lestream has been dominant in their past three games losing only 7 rounds and winning twenty-one. Lestream is on a hot streak and shows no sign of slowing down with a map round differential +9. Lestream posts a +14-map differential in their past three games though. The key to Lestreams success over the past three games has been the play of UUNO who has shown that he is one of the best players in the EU. Look for UUNO to continue to lead Lestream Esports and be at the top of the leaderboard against Chaos. Lestream has a tough road ahead of them with matches against Team Empire and G2 Esports but look for them to ride the wave and continue their dominant ways.
In this matchup I am taking the team on the hot streak and who will take over that second-place spot with Lestream Esport -152.