ENCE matches up against Mock-It in this game five of the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege EU Invitational Qualifiers.
ENCE and Mock-It have started off the EU Invitational Qualifiers below standards with ENCE having an average W-D-L of 2-0-2 while Mock-It sits at the bottom of the standings with a W-D-L of 0-0-4.
ENCE started off the EU qualifiers with a win over Lestream Esport 7-2 but ran into Team Empire and Chaos where ENCE could only pull out five map round wins. ENCE then beat Season 8 Pro League Champions G2 Esports to put them back on track. ENCE is lead by one of the original gamers of the Rainbow Six Siege community Sha77e. Sha773 was a part of the PENTA team who won this Invitational in 2018 so look for him to continue to bring that leadership and experience to get ENCE where they need to be. In the win against G2 Esports Sha77e posted a 1.51 rating and had ten kills and four deaths. ENCE won every single defensive round 6-0 and were able to grab one attacking to close out the game.
Mock-It has started off the EU qualifiers as bad as you can posting four losses in a row and a map round differential of -17. In their defense they have played the best teams in the qualifying standings Team Empire, Chaos, G2 Esports, and Lestream Esports but that is no excuse. Mock-It have a huge hole that they are trying to dig themselves out and it is going to be difficult to do so. In their first two losses Mock-It was only be able to win two map rounds out of fourteen. They have improved in that area in their past two games winning a total of nine map rounds out of fourteen but ultimately still losing. Mock-It have the players such as rips and KS to be competitive but have yet to show the Rainbow Six community anything worth cheering about.
Mock-It is looking for that first win of the EU Invitational Qualifiers but will not get it against ENCE as our pick goes with ENCE -400.