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01 DECEMBER 2019 Rainbow Six Siege

How to Improve in Rainbow Six Siege


What is Rainbow Six Siege?


Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is an online tactical shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft. It was released worldwide for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on December 1, 2015. The game puts heavy emphasis on environmental destruction and cooperation between players.

Fun Note : Why was it named Rainbow Six Siege?
Six is a designation for a commander in the British SAS. This is why John Clark was titled "Six" and Alistar Stanley was referred to as "Five".

Even though it sounds childish but it is something to be proud of to be one of the top players, top 1.11% to be specific (according to the latest released stats in March 2019). It is not something easy to achieve and you really have to put in the work, effort and determination to achieve such thing. In the Stephen Corey’s masterpiece, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, he said “The price must be paid and the process followed. You always reap what you sow; there is no shortcut.”

Rainbow Six Siege is one of the most competitive video games at the moment, due to the nature of its ranked system and how it works, all the players are basically competing with each other to get to that Diamond rank which gives them a confidence boost and validates their skills in the game.

We will not do the same in this article, we will focus truly on the improvement process, how it works, what is it really and simply explain everything about it.

There are so many things you need to do in order to grow as a player. A lot of available and actually overwhelming information are being shared everywhere, by youtubers, by websites, by coaches. Stuff like the “best 5 tips and tips and tricks to be the best R6 player ever”, “How to beat Beaulo in 1v1”, “How to become an american sniper”, etc.

When it comes to competitive gaming and R6 specifically, improving is all about making less mistakes and increasing the amount of good things you do (pretty obvious huh), it is obvious, but when you study it a little closer, you start to understand it more and get the nature of this process.

NOTICE: This article was written and combined by some of the best players in the game that work for us as boosters, we won’t be saying because we would be breaching their privacy, but you just need to know that they are very professional and reliable when it comes to Rainbow Six Siege, especially the improvement & boosting process.

What really is improvement?

The first thing we will be looking at when it comes to improvement will be focus.

To have a stronger focus in your practice, you need to develop awareness. In the great book of Thich Nhat Hanh, The Art of Mindfulness, he explains “ According the Buddhism, life is available ONLY in the here and now, the preset. Not the future, not the past. He says The past is already gone and behind us, the future is not here, and it's yet to become. The only one moment you can truly live is the present moment. If you miss it, you miss your appointment with life.”

How can you improve at something if you cannot focus on doing it? So this is exactly what we will be sharing with you and teach you how to do it effectively without wasting much time, and truly focus on things that matter in the improvement process.

Too many times we find ourselves randomly flanking the enemy team, while having no vision on them, not having intel on their location - and we immediately get punished for this mistake. As soon as it happens we tell ourselves what did I just do, why was I there?, but unfortunately you never found the answer, it is just a mistake you made due to being on autopilot mode. The problem here lies in the repetition of this mistake, you don’t simply learn from the mistake, its quite the opposite. You build bad habits, they stack up like piles, and they hunt you in the ass until you get it together and start being conscious about your play and replacing your bad habits with good ones.

In today’s very fast-paced culture, it is the norm to go through days rushing, running, constantly hurrying up, fighting with time, moving around from place to place, having short deadlines, having a lot of things on your to-do list. We spend too much time worrying about the future and dreaming about what we could change in the past. It’s very normal after all the rushness in our life to find ourselves unable to have a clear head and a focused, conscious mind in our games; It has become the basic mode for our brains is to be on autopilot.

Awareness on the other hand is the opposite of this malicious autopilot thing. It makes you feel and live in the moment, focused on what you are currently doing, if you want to truly enjoy and get the benefit of every second of the 86400 seconds you live per day, you need to have awareness. It’s the same case with your improvement and your gameplay in general in R6. If you are unaware; your improvement will be slow if non existent. In order to approach your practice with the proper focus, you need to bring more awareness to your life in general, and truly learn how to mindful.

I recently witnessed a situation where it represented autopilot in its finest. I was coaching someone live while he is streaming his gameplay, he wanted to flank the enemies, kill 1 or two with no vision, I told him you shouldn’t do it. He said yes, I shouldn’t, and then proceeded to do it anyways because he was on autopilot and he is not realizing what he is doing.

One thing we advice all the customers of ours that get boosted or coached is to do meditation.

The topic of meditation can be overwhelming at first, with so many available information and so many spiritual gurus online, you could find yourself demotivated and stop it completely, so we will make it simple for you.

  • Grab a pillow
  • Go to a quiet place where you will not be interrupted.
  • Set a timer for 3 minutes.
  • Sit in a comfortable position with your hands resting softly on your knees or in your lap.
  • Focus on your breath.

A cheat way that we have recommended for some of our customers is to use a meditation bell or an application that rings every period of time, we advise them to set it at 60 seconds, they use it during meditation to be a reminder for them to bring back their focus to their breathing in case it is wandering. 

When your mind wanders, and IT WILL wander, no problem. Just bring back your focus and attention to your breath, when it happens again, you keep repeating it. Your mind wanders, you bring it back, don’t judge yourself or get angry or anything, it is totally normal.

Meditation will help you develop skills that are beneficial to both your R6 gameplay and many different aspects of your life - improve patience, better anger control, better emotional control, more understanding of yourself, can make you become a calm person, and improve your ability to focus and control your attention. Though the only way to be able to enjoy all those benefits is repetition, it is exactly like working out at the gym, you can’t expect to become Ronnie Colleman if you go once a week, though you will find a very small progress, it will not be optimal nor very beneficial to your body.

Practice with reason.

Throughout our lives we have learned a lot of things, and we probably learned most of them with a similar approach. Let’s take bike riding for example, a skill most of the people on the planet have learned while they were young. We used to watch other kids playing and riding their bikes, so we decided we want to be able to do that too. So we got a bike and we simply just started riding it, taking a fall after fall and eventually we just reached a comfortable level to enjoy and have joy with riding it. 

After you learn and master your focus and attention, you need to start practicing purposefully and practice with reason in your Rainbow Six Siege matches. In his book, Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise, Anders Ericsson shares the information and experience he has gained from working alongside and researching the top performers in their fields, athletes, musicians, CEOs. He said there was one thing in common among all of them is “Deliberate Practice”, It is a term that came up with in the 90s, he said that this thing is the method all the top performers use to reach their goals and desires. He also added that you need to start with the basics and fundamentals to not get overwhelmed.

As soon as we reached this level of comfort and things became automated we just stopped learning and striving for this improvement, basically became autopilot, just like in our Rainbow Six Siege games. People often mistakes continual experience means continual improvement.

Research have improved this wrong with multiple studies, and it's not necessary to improve if you keep doing the same thing over and over and over again. This is the same case with Rainbow Six or basically any online game. 

Purposeful practice requires feedback on how and where you are falling short, either from yourself or outside observers.

We probably went with a similar process in Rainbow Six Siege. Maybe we saw a cool streamer or a friend playing the game, and we were like, this game looks cool, I wanna try it out. You played it, of course at the beginning you were so bad, so you had to reach a comfortable level where you could enjoy it, and then you simply stopped striving for improvement because you were getting the enjoyment and joy of playing with this comfortable level you have reached.

Deliberate practice might work, but the better and the more guaranteed to work version of it is the “Purposeful Practice”, naive practice is the repeated action of doing the exact same thing and expecting different results and improvement. Purposeful Practice avoids this deliberately

Purposeful Practice has well-defined and very specific goals. Without a specific enough goal, there is no way to tell if the practice session was successful.

For example, you practice not going into flanks if you do not have intel or vision on the enemy team.

Purposeful practice is all about putting a bunch of baby steps together to reach a long-term goal. Break the skill down and make a plan.

The first goal could be improving your aim, you practice your reactions every day for 10 minutes, until you improve your reaction, and then you move to another aspect that helps your aiming.

Purposeful practice is focused.

Focused practice means a few things: You have a small set of goals that you are focusing on intensely, You are bringing awareness into your games, and you are actively collecting and using feedback to adjust your gameplay.

One of our training routines that our professional coaches give to players that are eager to improve in Rainbow Six Siege, is a daily practice on a website called aimbooster.com Those of you who are unaware of what aimbooster.com is, it is a website which allows you to practice mouse accuracy, reaction time, flicking, doubleshotting and a lot more.

Overcoming these barriers is one of the hidden keys of purposeful practice. This is one reason why it’s useful to work with a booster or a coach – someone who has already had to overcome similar barriers.

Purposeful practice requires you to get out of your comfort zone

Instead of trying to avoid playing an operator you are uncomfortable on even though he is strong in the current meta, you should actively seek playing it out. You could do this in normal or ranked games even, don’t look on your points, when you improve you will get more of them later.

Barriers, obstacles and plateaus are natural parts of the improvement process, you WILL MEET THEM! however, what is not natural  is an obstacle which cannot be overcome. The issue then will be motivation. “So here we have purposeful practice in a nutshell. Get outside your comfort zone, but do it in a focused way with clear goals, a plan for reaching those goals and a way to monitor your progress. Oh, and figure out a way to maintain your motivation. This recipe is an excellent start for anyone who wishes to improve. But it is still just a start.” (Ericsson).

Now since we understand the purposeful & deliberate practice, let’s explain how can we apply it to Rainbow Six Siege.

It’s obvious to everyone that aiming is a very important skill in Rainbow Six Siege, so we want to improve this using the strategies we have explained above.

One method of applying the strategy that we love is practicing aiming and mouse accuracy/precision every single day.

Treat Rainbow Six Siege's maps as if it was chess, if you do a step the enemy has a step to do, always try to think ahead of the enemy, don't go foolishlessly doing random plays, all your plays need to have a purpose, know the risks when you are going for a play and be ready for what the enemy will take in return, and possibly counter it because you were several steps ahead of him.

The way our students apply this into their daily life to improve at R6 is they go everyday, the first thing they do in their day after the morning routine is going into the website, go into mouse accuracy practice for 10 minutes, then head into reaction practice for 5 straight minutes.

It might sound boring to you, but those are dedicated people that are very eager to improve at R6 and they will do it at any cost.

Practicing mouse accuracy and reaction for 15 minutes everyday on aimbooster.com was proved to boost the ranks of our students from 1-7 RANKS in Rainbow Six Siege in the span of 6 months that we studied them!

After you work hard on improving your mouse accuracy and reaction, you will have those skill transitioned to Rainbow Six Siege, you need to go into the next step.

FACT: 76% of our customers who used our Rainbow Six Siege Boosting service that kept doing their daily practice routines and warm ups before joining the games, their ranks improved by almost 10 WHOLE RANKS!

Testing Limits

Testing limits its a very popular phrase that is shared among League Of Legends Boosting and Dota 2 Boosting communities, they are often referred as going into enemies, making very risky and in-calculated plays in order to learn your hero or champion better.
It is the same story in R6. Yes, you need to test your limits, staying in your base 24/7 won't do you any good in your improvement process, R6 is a very complex game that you need constantly challenge yourself and get out of your comfort zone, go for very risky plays, but make sure you are doing these risky plays for a reason, once you are through with this reason and this goal you should stop; so it doesn't become a habit and you basically play without a brain.

Be flexible

Being flexible in a game such as Rainbow Six Siege will help you boost your ranks and your gameplay a lot, you need to have multiple playstyles and have multiple operators ready to play at any time. 

If you are a beginner and still not sure which operator to pick up, check our guide on the best defending operator that we recommend for beginners/below average players.

Understanding Maps Properly

Sun Tzu in his great book, The Art Of War - said  “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”. Knowing the maps and important locations of the maps, being good at predicting where do the enemies want to strike or where are they defending will boost your rank massively in Rainbow Six Siege.

Control Your Emotions

Improving in anything in the world is difficult, you need to be smart when approaching your practice, controlling your emotions, putting in real hard work in training and sharpening your skills, but it will certainly pay off if you put in enough effort and have the discipline/mental fortitude to keep going.

Emotions play a very big part of the process of improving and they affect your gameplay heavily, practicing meditation will certainly help you control your emotions while being in a game in Rainbow Six Siege, but we have to make sure that you go into the games knowing that it is not your teammates that are holding you back, it is your full responsibility to boost your rank and get out of it, and if you put Beaulo in your rank he will probably climb all the way up to diamond in no time.

Closing Thoughts

Improving in anything in the world is difficult, you need to be smart when approaching your practice, controlling your emotions, putting in real hard work in training and sharpening your skills, but it will certainly pay off if you put in enough effort and have the discipline/mental fortitude to keep going.


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