Rainbow Six Siege‘s European League has kicked off and with it comes a host of exciting new teams.
Despite a slew of high-profile retirements, the star power of the league is still high. G2 still have Ben “CTZN” McMillan, BDS still have Stéphane “Shaiiko” Lebleu, and there are stars to be born.
The EUL will only be played on Mondays for six weeks in a row, with the final week containing three of the nine total playdays.
The standings for the season are based on points. Teams gain three points for a win, two points for an overtime win, one point for an overtime loss, and no points for a loss. In the event of a tie, round differential decides the leader. The format has shifted from draws to first-to-eight overtime.
Here are the current standings for the EUL 2021 season, stage one after one playday. The format is the team’s name, the number of points they have, followed by their round differential.
|Rank||Team name||Points||Round differential|
This article will be regularly updated with the standings for the EUL.