Breach by way of the competitors.
Ubisoft has introduced its new components for the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Professional League, in addition to all Rainbow Six Siege competitions rating from beginner to skilled, from 2018-2020. The brand new construction is designed to spice up development within the Rainbow Six esports scene and kicks off in June 2018.
Following the transitional Season, the Rainbow Six Professional League can be cut up into two Seasons, every lasting six months; from June to November 2018 and December 2018 to Could 2019. The eight greatest groups from every season, together with two per the Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America areas, will compete of their respective seasons for a prize pool of $275,000 annually.
Schedule Sum-up for the Yr 2018-2019:
- Professional League Season 7 (transition season): March-Could 2018
- Professional League Season eight: June-November 2018
- Professional League Season 9: December 2018-Could 2019
Starting in September and March, the Challenger League will now have two three-month Seasons per 12 months, following the Season 7 (transition season) format. Moreover, annually will now function two Majors. There can be a Six Invitational every February and a “Six Main” match can be going down in August. The Six Paris Main will function 16 groups from all around the world and happen in Paris on August 2018. The Six Paris Main and the Six Invitational will grant every $350,000 and $500,000 prize swimming pools.
Earlier than signing up for the Professional League or Majors, gamers can take a look at their SWAT abilities throughout weekly on-line tournaments, together with Go4s each Sunday on all platforms, together with neighborhood cups and native ladders. For extra on Rainbow Six, take a look at our updated review of Rainbow Six Siege.
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