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G2 Esports Rainbow Six Siege Player Pengu Explains Why New Map Banning System Is Not Working Properly



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Niclas Mouritzen, known as “Pengu,” is a 23-year-old Danish Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing under G2 Esports jersey for over two and a half years. In his career, he earned over $300.000 from the events.

Pengu shared a new post on his official Twitter account to reveal his thoughts about the new map banning feature in the game and explained why it is a really bad system to play with.

In the post, Pengu mentioned that he has been playing the same maps in the past thirty matches and said that this map banning system does not feel rewarding. Additionally, he touched upon the fact that Siege had a map banning system in the first year and stated that it was working better compared to this one.

Here is what Pengu said:

“It’s really weird to think that we had map banning in year 1 season 1 that worked better than the current system. I’d love some tweaks to reduce player bias & map consistency because I have only played 4 maps in 30 ranked games.

It feels like you get punished when you get 3 bad maps and you can only remove 1, it comes down to a 50/50 spin on which map you play because both teams banned the same one.
it should feel rewarding, or controlled to a degree.”

You can read the tweets below.

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