Return to Pro League & DreamHack Winter
With the completion of the Rainbow Six Siege Challenger League ENCE have secured themselves a spot once again in the Pro League. This has been a huge achievement for the team as they have been trying to find their perfect lineup and working towards fighting their way back into Pro League. Now that they have achieved we are super excited to announce some changes that will be taking place in the team leading up to Pro League and DreamHack Winter. Shatte who stood in for the team during the final games of the Challenger League will officially be joining the team once again as a permanent member of the lineup.
We are thrilled at the return of Shatte and we look forward to seeing him in action once again during the next season of Pro League.
Ville ‘Shatte’ Palola
As I have been back in competitive gaming for a while, I truly have found my motivation. During this break I had has helped me as a player and as a person like never before and I have taken my time to think about things and believe that my place is in the competitive side of Rainbow Six. I’m really impressed in our performance so far and I am sure we can do great in the future of pro league. I have 100% faith in this team and I am planning of staying here.
ENCE will also be competing in the DreamHack Open Winter which will be taking place at the end of November in Sweden. Having just coming out of the Challenger League with a successful qualification to Pro League this will be another chance for the new lineup to show that they are here to stay. The event will consist of a $50,000 prize pool but the winner will also take a direct invite to the next Six Invitational which will take place in Montreal at the start of 2019.
We hope that you cheer on the team in Pro League and DreamHack Open Winter as well as Shatte as he makes his return to the lineup.