Updated: 7 days ago


We are extremely proud of the performance of our Rainbow Six Siege Voyage team last as they finished runners up in the Brutal League after a very close final. They lost to Cromcodiles, a Polish organisation.


The final finished (2-1) as it was Best of three. The maps were very close as you can see below.


Map 1 (5-7) - Cromcodiles

Map 2 (7-5) - Machine Soldiers

Map 3 (7-8) - Cromcodiles win in extra time

Our Rainbow Six Siege team won their first cup under Machine Soldiers Esports yesterday in week 1 (season 3) in the Belong Online cups.

The competition is run by Belong Gaming Arenas. They provide arenas which are a social space for competitive gamers and casual gamers. Their arenas provide custom high-powered YoYoTech gaming PC’s, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles and HyperX peripherals readily available throughout their arenas.


If you missed the cup that is not an issue as you can check out the action on Belong Gaming Arenas Twitch channel: Click here

Updated: 7 days ago

We placed 5th in the last two Red Bull Sphere Wars Community Cups on April the 1st and the 2nd of May 2020.



The cup is run by Red Bull Gaming Sphere London, the UK's largest free public esports studio. They host regular tournaments, training sessions for pro gamers and special workshops for amateurs. The Rainbow Six Siege, Red Bull Sphere Wars Cup is growing in popularity and draws in good viewing figures on Twitch.


The format of the competition is double elimination and is was casted by experienced talent incluing Jessica Bolden, Tim Leaver, Will Donaldson and Ghassan Finge. We performed consistently over the two events and are looking to make it into the top 4 next Month. A particular highlight from the events was beating Penta's female team 7-0.


To catch up on the action you can see the brackets and placements on liquipedia.net

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