Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege | Tournaments

March 2018

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is a popular tactical shooter from Ubisoft about confrontation between Terrorists and Counter-Terrorists. The game had a lot of problems at the release, but the developers fixed most of them and made R6 Siege quite comfortable and fun to play. Right now it is a descent competitor to CS:GO.

Ubisoft systematically improves Rainbow 6 Siege esports scene, including major tournaments and competitive leagues in many regions. This fact motivates a lot of esports organizations to sign up rosters with professional players.


Logo Title Prize pool Peak viewers Hours watched Event date
Pro League Season 7 - Europe$27 000 39.03K
w/o CN: 39.03K
w/o CN: 542.18K
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Duration: 27 hours
Challenger League Season 7: Europe$5 000 2.74K
w/o CN: 2.74K
w/o CN: 21.11K
14.03.18 - 26.04.18
Duration: 26 hours
Pro League Season 7 - Latin America$27 000 44.85K
w/o CN: 44.85K
w/o CN: 698.34K
14.03.18 - 25.04.18
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w/o CN: 24.49K
w/o CN: 387.45K
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w/o CN: 1.55K
w/o CN: 4.70K
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w/o CN: 2.11K
w/o CN: 20.26K
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w/o CN: 3.27K
w/o CN: 65.62K
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w/o CN: 1.60K
w/o CN: 15.50K
03.03.18 - 04.03.18
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