ENCE ARE YOUR YEAR 2 SEASON 3 CHAMPIONS
ENCE 2-0 Black Dragons
— ENCE (@ENCEesports) November 19, 2017
The Rainbow Six Siege year 2 Season 3 is coming to an end with the LAN finals which will take place in Sao Paulo, Brazil from the 18th – 19th November. The finals will see the best teams from each region come together to battle it out to see who can claim the title from three time defending champions PENTA. ENCE will once again be in attendance this time as the number 2 seed from the European region and will once again be fighting to claim their first major title.
The tournament starts directly in the playoffs with the quarter-finals and ENCE will be going head to head with Evil Geniuses (formerly Continuum) the number 1 North American seed. Hoping to advance further than the quarter-finals the team have been bootcamping at the ENCE gaming house in preparation for the tournament and will be looking to start things off strong with a win over NA.
The tournament not only boasts the title of champion but a $167.000 prize pool with $75,000 going to first place. This will also be a strong statement for the teams present that will be in attendance of the Rainbow Six Invitational which takes place in a few months in Motreal, Canada. Other notable teams present are defending champions PENTA alongside the first South Korean and Japanese teams. We grabbed the thoughts of team captain Willkey on their preparation and the upcoming tournament
Willkey – Team Captain for ENCE eSports
Last pro league finals of the year are ahead of us. We had a surprisingly easy season until our game against PENTA so it’s harder to judge our current state than normally at this point in the season. We have again boot camped before the event and think that will help us again closer to our main goal of winning the title. It will be interesting to see how the northen boys can handle the heat of Brasil on & off the stage.
You will be able to catch all the action live right here on ENCE.gg with our first game being played 21:00CET on the 18th November and we hope you cheer on the team as the go for that elusive first major.