Following a Game Day Seven victory versus cowana Gaming, Viperio 86, the rainbow six siege team of Viperio, finish the UKIN Premier Summer 2021 Regular Season with a 6W-1L record. The record places Viperio 86 in 2nd place after the regular season, with the team’s only defeat versus the regular season winners, and European league Side Natus Vincere. The result secures Viperio 86 a place in the Summer Finals, along with Natus Vincere and the top 2 teams from the playoffs stage.
The placing also sees Viperio 86 secure a spot in the UKI Nationals Premier Division Spring 2022, ensuring future competition for the organisation and increasing the longevity of our current roster.
Viperio Founder & Managing Director Christopher Sword gave the following statement on the team’s regular season performance:
“I’m delighted with the performance of the squad this regular season. We knew that if we were to enter Rainbow Six esports, the 86 boys would be the ideal squad to work with. I’m super happy for the squad, and they continue to exceed my expectations. I look forward to a bright future for Viperio 86, and hope for the best in the upcoming UKIN Premier Finals and EU Challenger League Qualifiers.”
You can find a brief recap of Viperio 86’s regular season below:
Regular Season Standings:
1st. 🇬🇧 Natus Vincere, 6W-1L (Finals)
2nd. 🇬🇧 Viperio 86, 6W-1L (Finals)
3rd. 🇬🇧 cowana Gaming, 5W-2L (Playoffs)
4th. 🇬🇧 MnM Gaming, 4W-3L (Playoffs)
5th. 🇮🇪 Wylde, 3W-4L (Playoffs)
6th. 🇬🇧 Victus, 2W-5L (Playoffs)
7th. 🇬🇧 Tenstar, 1W-6L (Relegated)
8th. 🇬🇧 Team JLE, 1W-6L(Relegated)
Regular Season Record:
Game #1: Tenstar (3) vs. (7) Viperio 86 (More Info)
Game #2: Viperio 86 (7) vs. (5) Victus (More Info)
Game #3: Viperio 86 (7) vs. (5) MnM Gaming (More Info)
Game #4: Viperio 86 (7) vs. (0) Team JLE (More Info)
Game #5: Natus Vincere (7) vs. (1) Viperio 86 (More Info)
Game #6: Viperio 86 (7) vs. (2) Wylde (More Info)
Game #7: Viperio 86 (7) vs. (5) cowana Gaming (More Info)
Viperio 86’s performance this season has impressed various members of the Rainbow Six esports community, with commentators, team managers and fans alike all impressed by the squad showing in their debut season. With NaVi, cowana excluded, and MnM already qualified for the upcoming EU Challenger League, Viperio 86 are looking like a strong favourite to qualify for the Tier 2 tournament later in the year, competing against the best teams from each national league.