Ubisoft details the APAC Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six PC Pro League
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Ubisoft details the APAC Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six PC Pro League


Time to Siege.

Ubisoft yesterday detailed the Asia Pacific (APAC) Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six PC Pro League.

Players from Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea and Southeast Asia make the APAC league, with finals to be held in Sydney over 21-22 October.

To qualify for the APAC Pro league, teams will need to duke it out in the Rainbow Six ANZ Cup, beginning 16 July. With cups held every Sunday over four weeks, the eight best teams will then qualify for the ANZ Invitational, a live event held in Sydney on 19 August.

Those eight qualifying teams will battle it out for a spot at the Season 3 Finals in Sau Paolo over 17-19 November. There, APAC’s finest will play against teams from North America, Europe and LATAM.

Ubisoft will also hold “a range of community and GO4 cups” on Xbox One and PS4 that will run alongside the Pro League.

For more information about the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League, head here.

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