Tonight two North American teams will make a step towards the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 1 play-offs, while two other will drop to the losers bracket.
The final qualifiers for Year 2: Season 1 of the Rainbow Six: Siege Pro League took place last weekend. Over 24 teams across Europe, North America, and Brazil were battling to earn one of the ten coveted spots in the new format of the Pro League.
Last week, we announced which teams were invited to the new edition of the Rainbow Six Brazilian Pro League. On the European and North American side, eight invitations were distributed to teams who competed throughout Year 1 and earned themselves a coveted spot in the new format of the Rainbow Six P
Year 2 of pro play in the Rainbow Six: Siege scene is about to begin. Yet another season of the Rainbow Six Pro League will be starting shortly and prior to that qualifiers will be happening.
The Six Invitational will be the most international Rainbow Six: Siege tournament yet. Twelve teams from all around the globe will have a chance to take home their share of the $200 000 prize pool. Meet those, who will come to Montreal on February 3-5 to compete!
Rainbow Six: Siege is about to celebrate its first anniversary of competition. It has been an amazing first year with three full seasons of Pro League as well as the incoming Six Invitational to end the year on a high note!
Last weekend was all about Rainbow Six: Siege action since the Final Qualifiers for the Six Invitational were taking place. After some intense games we now know all teams which will take part in the $200,000 tournament.
The open stage of the Six Invitational qualifier has ended, and the participants of the closed stage have been determined. Below you will find the teams that will fight for their spots at the final tournament, with a prize pool of US$200,000.
The Six Invitational is inviting four teams who have been competing all year long for Rainbow Six Siege’s biggest event ever on February 3-5, 2017 in Montreal, Quebec.
Right after the official announcement of the Six Invitational, a lot of questions concerning qualifiers arose. We can finally reveal what will be the format of the qualifiers for Europe, North America & LATAM and when will they take place.
Last weekend, the ESL Arena in Katowice hosted the Rainbow Six Pro Season 3 Finals. In the PC division, Continuum placed first after taking down Playing Ducks in the grand final.
The Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 Finals are approaching fast so have a look at this article to get to know everything about the event in the Katowice’s ESL Arena.
There’s just one more play day left in the online stage of the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 on PC and it will be played out tonight.
Things are heating up in the sixth week of the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 as the PC teams headed to the offline finals are still undecided
We are extremly excited to present an interview with Ben “Sixquatre” YyäreL, team captain for Yunktis (EU PC), the world champions of the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 2! We asked Sixquatre to share his experience on the Rainbow Six: Siege Pro League scene. Yunktis has just won Season 2 PC Champions
The battle for the remaining seats in the offline finals continues for PC teams in the sixth week of regular season play.
Even after five weeks of play not a single team have qualified for the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 Finals in Katowice.
Yunktis are leading in the standings of the European Rainbow Six Pro League and OrglessGG are at the top of the North American one. But both of them are yet to book their spots at the Season 3 Finals.
Over a month prior to the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 finals, which will take place in the ESL Arena in Katowice, Poland, tickets are going on sale!
Four matches were played out this Thursday during the fourth week of Rainbow Six Por League Season 3 on PC and we have to admit that it was a play day full of one-sided matches.
We are proud to announce that the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 Finals will take place in the ESL Arena in Katowice, Poland this November.
After Monday full of 2-0 scores in the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 on Xbox One, more action is yet to come this Thursday, during the PC division games.
GiFu lost their first map this season, going 1-1 against PENTA Sports this week, while FlipSid3 took down MiLSPEC. Both teams are at the top of their regional rankings after three weeks of play in Season 3 of the Rainbow Six Pro League on PC.
We are pleased to announce that the Rainbow Six Pro League casting crew has a new member. Michael "KiXSTAr" Stockley, previously a Rainbow Six: Siege pro player, from now on will work as a caster.
After a break, the Rainbow Six Pro League is coming back tonight. The third week of PC competition will be kicked off by four European matches after which we will switch to the North American battles.
ESIC (Esports Integrity Coalition) did not find any case to answer in respect of boosting and match-fixing allegations in Rainbow Six Pro League Season 2. Here’s a full statement concerning this topic.
OrglessGG are the only standalone leaders of the standings among two regions. After two games they have four points. In the European ranking four squads are tied up at the top with each team having three points. Let’s have a look at what happened in Thursday’s games.
Another night packed with pro Rainbow Six: Siege matches is set to start. On Thursday the best PC teams will be fighting for league points for second time in Season 3.
The PC division of the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 has finally started and Euronics Gaming and OrglessGG are the only two teams that earned three points on Thursday.
Last Monday we kicked off the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 on Xbox One and today we will launch the PC part of the League. The first PC play day is starting off at 7PM CEST.
This week, 32 teams will start competing in the ESL Rainbow Six Pro League. Here is everything you need to know.
With hearts full of sadness we are announcing that Derek "Punjistick" Mallon is no longer part of the Rainbow Six Pro League broadcast team as we hit the end of Season 2.
As the twelve qualifier tournaments across three platforms and two regions are over, the majority of the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 participants are locked in!
Yunktis took it home after winning two maps without needing overtime and handed Orbit their second and third map losses of the entire season to claim the championship title.
Two yet-to-be-beaten teams have qualified for the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 2 PC Finals through the North American online stage. In Leicester, United Kingdom NA will be represented by OrbitGG and FlipSid3 Tactics.
The ESL.TV Studios in Leicester, United Kingdom will host the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 2 finals on PC this Saturday. Meet those who will be casting and observing the competition of top Rainbow Six: Siege teams.
Prior to the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 2 Finals, we will be giving you a closer look at the top teams. Let’s have a look at the two best European PC squads!
The qualifiers for Season 3 of the Rainbow Six Pro League will be divided in two stages: open qualifiers and Relegation. Open qualifiers will consist of three separate tournaments for each region and platform.
The Rainbow Six Pro League Season 2 Finals on Xbox One will be held in Burbank, CA on Saturday, July 30. The PC Finals will happen the following week on Saturday, August 6 live from the ESL Studios in Leicester.
The second season of the Rainbow Six Pro League on PC is about to finish. We are heading to the last play day to determine participants off the offline finals!
Four teams are no longer part of the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 2. Team-infused and 1UPeSports are out of the Xbox One League, while FENIX and Empire Esports withdrawed from the PC division.
We are extremely happy to announce the third season of the world-class Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege professional competition - the Rainbow Six Pro League! The League will kick off on August 29 and will offer a $150,000 prize pool. You can also support the best Rainbow Six: Siege teams by purchasi
After Week 6 of the Rainbow Six Pro League on PC, Yunktis are still first in the European standings, while OrbitGG are sitting in first place in North America. Let’s recap what happened this week in the PC division.
In regards to the cheating accusations leveled against Ace Gaming (formerly eGe), we found the evidence to be inconclusive. As announced previously, the recording showing weird recoil behaviour was proven to be a bug caused by inaccuracies in the spectator tool. The anti-cheat tool data that was gat
As the regular season comes to a closes, the competition for a spot at the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 2 Finals becomes more intense.
Week 5 of the Rainbow Six Pro League PC competition is finished. First place in the European rankings is still Yunktis, while OrbitGG leads the North American standings.
We are glad to announce that Devin “mzo” Becker will be joining the Rainbow Six Pro League casting crew starting with Week 6!
Thursday will be full of action with the best Rainbow Six: Siege PC teams from Europe and North America battling it out for Pro League points.
Tonight we will be able to watch the best PC teams battle for Rainbow Six Pro League points, for the fourth time this season. The mayhem will start at 7PM CEST.
The third week of competition in the Xbox One division of the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 2. Now it’s time for the PC division to catch up tonight. Some really good games are ahead of us!