Ubisoft shares new details about the new esports league for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege – the UK Ireland Nationals, starting in Summer 2020. Details include the broadcast partner, prize pool and details on how players can take part.
Ubisoft has appointed Promod Esports as their delivery partner for the UK Ireland Nationals. Promod Esports is a specialist esports solutions agency focused on building some of the best connections between brands and their passionate communities. The team behind Promod Esports is responsible for some of the most successful esports events in the UK and has worked on tournaments such as Rainbow Six Siege ESL Premiership Spring 2020 and the UEFA Euro 2020 etournament.
“We’re delighted to be able to work with Ubisoft on the newly announced UK Ireland Nationals, the Promod Esports team have loved working with Rainbow Six Siege over the last few years and we cannot be more excited to continue to be a part of developing the domestic competitive scene.”
Rob Black, CEO, Promod Esports
Ubisoft has pledged £25,000 prize money for the Summer 2020 season, the largest prize pool to date for a season of Rainbow Six Siege esports in the UK.
To find out more about taking part in the UK Ireland Nationals qualifier on 20th & 21st June and to sign up head to UKIN.GG
The UK Ireland Nationals will kick-off with a round-robin group stage. The top two teams from this stage will progress directly to the finals. The teams who place third to sixth in the round-robin group stage will then battle it out in the playoffs, with the best two teams taking the remaining places in the finals. The finals will be played over two days with the top four teams from the season competing to win the UK Ireland Nationals and become the champions for Summer 2020.
The winners of the UK Ireland Nationals will qualify for the EU Challenger League representing the very best the UK has to offer at an international level.
“After the successes of UK Rainbow Six Siege esports over the past few years, we’re excited to build upon that with the UK and Ireland Nationals. We’ve been able to foster the growth of UK teams like Na’vi who have gone from strength to strength developing from UK champions to winning the Tokoname Pro League last year. The addition of a second division to help more teams make the transition to top national level play as well as a number of broadcast upgrades, will help take the UK scene to the next level.”
Will Attwood, Esports Marketing Manager, Ubisoft UK
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