We’re at the halfway point of season 10 in the Rainbow Six Pro League. Teams that slogged their way through Challenger League have started to make names for themselves in the pro scene—especially Natus Vincere and Team Vitality.
The season has already been full of upsets and oddities. Here are the R6 Pro League standings for each division.
NA division standings
DarkZero continued the climb up the ladder, replacing Luminosity as the North American front runner. Despite a stumble in their matchup with DarkZero, Team Reciprocity continue to prove that their roster is stacked with talent. Evil Geniuses overtook Luminosity in the standings as the rookie squad continues to loosen their grip in the division.
Soniqs and TSM are still dwindling at the bottom. TSM finally found a Pro League win against Soniqs, but the win doesn’t instill much confidence. Fans should temper expectations until TSM take down a higher-ranked team.
LATAM division standings
|1)||Ninjas in Pyjamas||19||6-1-0||48-25||23|
|5)||Team oNe eSports||9||3-0-4||36-37||-1|
|8)||ReD DevilS e-Sports||1||0-1-6||21-48||-27|
FaZe Clan and NiP continue to lead the pack in the LATAM division. INTZ now pose a distant threat to FaZe after losing out on some points. Meanwhile, Team oNe’s season 10 Pro League debut was entertaining to watch, but it seems like they’ve slipped into a more boom-or-bust role in the division and are headed for dangerous territory if they can’t perform consistently.
Immortals continue to perform unrecognizably to season nine. Conversely, ReD DevilS look more-or-less the same, sitting at the bottom of the standings with five losses and nothing to report in terms of victory. Both Immortals and ReD DevilS are in terrible positions and it doesn’t look like they’ll be making comebacks anytime soon.
EU division standings
|2)||Looking For Org||16||5-1-1||46-24||22|
Looking For Org lost the top spot to Team Empire but only by a point. The end of matchday seven continued the one-point deficit when LFO tied Empire 6-6. While a draw seems like a better outcome than a loss, it isn’t by much. Vitality are closing in on the top spot and not securing a win could be disastrous in the second half of season 10.
The odd story of GiFu, formerly mousesports, continues into season 10 of the Pro League. There’s a lot of veteran talent on the roster and the team even added Joonas “jNSzki” Savolainen but to no avail. GiFu will need to start scavenging points in the back half of season 10, otherwise, it’ll be nearly impossible for them to climb out of a relegation slot.
ANZ division standings
Fnatic showed up strong for season 10 but so did Orgless. Both teams continue to look strong. There’s a close bunch at the top with a wide margin between the top three and the rest, so fans are in for another crazy season of intense showdowns in the ANZ division.
Japan division standings
Korea division standings
SEA division standings
Fans can tune into the NA, LATAM, and EU Pro League broadcasts on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. APAC broadcasts take place Tuesdays through Thursdays.
The top eight teams from the EU, NA, LATAM, and APAC divisions will face off during the season 10 finals in Tokoname, Japan. There’s no official date set for the finals, but the event will be held at some point in November.
For match and broadcast schedules, fans can visit the official Pro League site. These standings will be updated after each division matchday.