Ubisoft is taking its Rainbow Six eSports to the collegiate level

Later this month, Ubisoft will celebrate the beginning of a new venture, that being the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege Collegiate eSports League. Through it, interested parties will be able to register their schools and compete against others in the same age/school groups. This will include a championship competition, which will be open to all colleges and universities in North America, and will also come bearing a $30K prize pool (plus additional hardware prizes).

For more information pertaining to the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege Collegiate eSports League, check out the following text:

Clubs must consist of registered, full-time students and will be able to:

  • Host intramural matches
  • Host viewing parties and live events
  • Manage club members and their teams
  • Manage matches and results
  • Request prizing

In addition to the online platform, schools will be eligible to nominate one team (per school) to participate in the Rainbow Six Collegiate championship – our premier league for Rainbow Six. All contending schools will face off for a chance to earn a $30K prize pool and additional hardware prizes, including a cutting-edge Origin PC and CORSAIR peripherals. The pre-season will begin in October 2020, while the full season will begin in January 2021.