Published on June 29th, 2017 | by admin


Players from the Asia Pacific region compete for a place in the Sau Paolo Global Grand Final

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — June 29, 2017 — Ubisoft® has announced that the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six® PC Pro League will arrive in the Asia Pacific Region (APAC). After one year of intense high-level competition in Europe, Latin America and North America, the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League will arrive in the APAC region, with players from Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia and Australia–New Zealand competing to be crowned the Rainbow 6 APAC champions, at a live event to be held in Sydney, on October 21-22.

To qualify for the APAC Pro league, teams will need to first compete in the Rainbow 6 ANZ Cup, which commences on July 16.  Cups will be held every Sunday for four weeks, with the eight best teams qualifying for the ANZ Invitational, with a live studio Final on August 19 in Sydney.

The same eight teams from the ANZ Invitational will then automatically advance into the APAC Pro League where they will face off against the best teams from Japan, South Korea and Southeast Asia in a live event to be held in Sydney on October 21-22.  The finalists will then secure a place in the Season 3 Finale in Sau Paolo on November 17–19 where they will face the best teams from North America, Europe and LATAM.

For PlayStation and Xbox One teams, a range of community and GO4 cups will run alongside the Pro League, offering continued prize pools and stiff competition for Rainbow Six Siege’s console community.

For more information about Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League, please visit

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