This week the first round of play-offs took place across all three Rainbow Six: Siege regions. Thanks to that we already know majority of the teams that will be competing at gamescom 2017.
Only twelve teams will be battling it out for spots at the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 2 Finals from now on, as the regional playoffs begin tonight!
This week we saw six final best-of-three series of the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 2 groupstage competition.
The first phase of the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 2 is about to end! There’s only a few matches left in the groupstage and all of them will take place this week.
We are headed into the fourth week of the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 2. This time we will be focusing on group B’s matches across all three regions.
We are one week closer to determining who will be representing each region during the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 2 Finals at gamescom!
The Rainbow Six Pro League is going East! After adding Brazil as the third major Rainbow Six: Siege region, we are pleased to announce that APAC will be the fourth one.
All three regions of the Rainbow Six Pro League are headed to the third week of competition. In the upcoming days three teams will qualify for the regional play-offs while three will drop out of this season.
The second week of play in the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 2 came to an end on Thursday night. Have a look at what was going on throughout the week!
We kicked off the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 2 exactly one week ago. And more Pro League action is coming your way as the second week of competition starts today!
PENTA Sports will be here tonight to kick off the competition in the European division of the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 2!
The first two games of the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 2 are done and dusted. eXcellence Gaming and FlipSid3 Tactics won their games in NA’s group A.
Yesterday we kicked off the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 2 in North America and today competition in Latin America was expected to start. However, play day #1 is rescheduled.
After 3 months of competition, PENTA Sports has been become champions of the Season 1 of the second year of the Rainbow Six Pro League at the ESL arena in Katowice.
Major League is a part of the Rainbow Six: Siege competitive scene, where only console players can compete and the opening season of play in the Major League has just finished!
A few months back we announced a new way of qualifying for the Rainbow Six Pro League - the Challenger League. Now we know the strongest contenders in Europe, North America and Latin America.
The first season of the second year in the Rainbow Six Pro League is officially done and dusted! Last weekend in Katowice, Poland, we saw eight teams compete and eventually PENTA Sports took home the trophy!
The Year 2 Season 1 Rainbow Six Siege Pro League Finals are here! Tournaments will take place May 20th & 21st, 2017 at the ESL Arena in Katowice, Poland.
A lot of Rainbow Six: Siege fans have been asking for them and now they are here: tickets for the Rainbow Six Pro League Finals in Katowice!
This week two more teams have qualified for the Rainbow Six Pro League Finals in Katowice, Poland: Elevate and gBots.
From May 20th to 21st, the best Rainbow Six: Siege teams from three regions will meet in Katowice, Poland, in order to decide which one is the best in the world. Here you’ll get to know about the event, including prize pool and slots distribution, and more!
Yesterday two more participants for the Rainbow Six Pro League LAN Finals were determined. GiFu and PENTA Sports qualified for the tournament as they won their respective semis.
On Monday we kicked off the play-offs of the Rainbow Six Pro League in North America and today we’ll continue with the European play-off battles.
The first two teams to have already booked themselves spots at the Rainbow Six Pro League LAN Finals are FlipSid3 Tactics and Vertical Gaming.
As the current season of Rainbow Six Pro League comes to a close, we are beginning to look ahead at what comes next. We previously announced that Challenger League competitions are now mandatory for all who wish to qualify for the Rainbow Six Pro League. The best teams from the 3 regional Challenger
Tonight we are kicking off the knockout stage of the Rainbow Six Pro League in North America with two semifinal games. The winners will book themselves tickets to the LAN Finals.
The group stage of the Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 1 is done and dusted. Last night gBots and Playing Ducks secured the final two playoff spots in the European division.
Only two more slots are up for grabs in the European play-offs of the Rainbow Six Pro League and tonight we’ll find out who’s taking them!
The two deciding matches of the group stage in the North American Rainbow Six Pro League Year 2 Season 1 took place last night. Elevate and FlipSid3 Tactics won their respective games and qualified for the play-offs.
Yet another night with the best European Rainbow Six: Siege teams is ahead of us! We will get to witness a showdown, between some of the finest teams in the business, as they go at it in two best of three series in group B tonight.
Two close series got played last night in the North American Rainbow Six Pro League. MostWanted won the first one, while Vertical Gaming took the second series.
After over a year Christopher "Panky" Pankhurst is leaving the Rainbow Six Pro League casting crew.
The fourth week of play in the Rainbow Six Pro League is starting tonight! We will get to see two best of three games and one of them will determine who is joining Ominous in the play-offs.
GiFu have already booked themselves a spot in the play-offs of the Rainbow Six Pro League after taking down gBots in the group A’s WB Final.
The third week of competition in the Rainbow Six Pro League will kick-off with a game between GiFu and gBots. Right after that, Barrage will take on Millenium.
We are almost done with Group A’s matches in the North American Rainbow Six Pro League. Ominous is the first team in the play-offs and Onslaught already dropped out of the competition.
Two best-of-three series are scheduled for tonight in the North American Rainbow Six Pro League. One will decide who’s dropping out of the competition and the second one will determine who’s moving on to the play-offs.
Week two of the Rainbow Six Pro League in Europe is over. This Thursday we saw gBots take down Millenium and PENTA Sports beati Playing Ducks.
Last week GiFu and Team Vitality have made it to the WB Finals and today two more teams will join them. We will see gBots, Millenium, PENTA Sports and Playing Ducks competing tonight.
All first round matches of the North American Rainbow Six Pro League have already taken place. This week Ominous and FlipSid3 Tactics have won their series and moved on to the WB Finals.
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.