Team Secret meets up with PENTA Sports in this game five of the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege EU Invitational Qualifiers.
Both Team Secret and PENTA find themselves at the bottom of the standings after a disappointing start to the invitational qualifiers. In four matches Team Secret posts a W-D-L of 1-0-3 with their only win coming against G2 Esports who won Season 8 Pro League. They have dropped their last two games winning only five total rounds and losing fourteen. In their last matchup against LSE, Team Secret only had two round wins and only two members of Team Secret had a positive rating.
In Team Secrets win against G2 on Villa, Leongids posted 17 kills and 6 deaths while Stizze posted 13 kills and 5 deaths. In their last game Stizze only had 4 kills while Leongids posted 9. If Team Secret wants a chance to turn theses qualifiers around then they are going to have to start fragging out and working together.
PENTA is a well-known team in the Rainbow Six community posting three Finals Championships and four EU Championships. They have started off these invitational qualifiers almost as slow as they can, but are looking to get some momentum going. PENTA has a W-D-L of 1-1-2 and had their first win in their last match against Chaos who is sitting in 2nd place.
PENTA started off with two losses against Team Empire and LeStream Esports. PENTA then tied Season 8 Champions G2 6-6 and then beat Chaos 7-5. Blas really turned it around against Chaos having 12 kills which is remarkably better than the four he had against G2. Revan has continued to frag out and Penta will need him to keep leading this team. PENTA has to rely on their teamwork and communication if they are going to turn these invitational qualifiers around.
These teams are going opposite directions as PENTA is back on the rise and Team Secret is on the decline. In this matchup we go with the overall better team that has shown glimpses of what they can be and that is PENTA Sports.