Ubisoft has announced that the top eight teams of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Pro League will compete on 9th and 10th November for the title of Pro League Champion, in front of 4,000 passionate esports fans at Aichi Sky Expo in Tokoname, Japan.
Tune in on 9th and 10th November starting at 00:30am on twitch.tv/rainbow6 to follow the competition live. Saturday, 9th November will kick off with the opening ceremony, followed by the quarter-finals. Sunday, 10th November will feature the semi-finals, an exclusive panel unveiling Rainbow Six Siege’s next operation, and finally, the Grand Finals which will conclude the epic Season X of Pro League competition and crown this season’s champion.
Fans attending the event will have the chance to take part in activities including: a Free Play Area showcasing Rainbow Six Siege’s new content, the Ubisoft Store with a variety of Ubisoft products (collectibles and exclusive Pro League Finals Season X items), and several Meet & Greets with the Rainbow Six Siege’s hosts and casters.
For fans tuning in on Twitch during the weekend Finals from 9th to 10th November, Twitch Drops are back. Six levels of exclusive Charms will be included in the Twitch Drops and delivered on the release of the new operation.
Hosted on stage by Matt Andrews and Ghassan “MiloshTheMedic” Finge alongside a slew of talented casters and analysts, the competition will feature the following eight teams:
- Aerowolf (Asia-Pacific)
- Wildcard Gaming (Asia Pacific)
- Giants Gaming (Europe)
- Natus Vincere (Europe)
- FaZe Clan (Latin America)
- Ninjas in Pyjamas (Latin America)
- DarkZero Esports (North America)
- Team Reciprocity (North America)
More information on the event will be communicated regularly here.
Starting 12th November, for each of the 14 Pro Teams participating in the Pilot Program Phase 2, players will have access to a brand-new weapon skin.
Additionally, from 8th November up until 10th November, players will benefit from a 20% discount on the price of all previous* Pro Team in-game cosmetics items that were released in September for the 14 teams that are part of the Pilot Program Phase 2.
For more information about Rainbow Six esports, please visit http://www.rainbow6.com/esports.
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