Ubisoft launches TOM CLANCY’S Rainbow Six Pro for the 10th season under the auspices of Acer’s Predator gaming devices.
The development of the French Games, Ubisoft, has revealed the signing of the largest and most important sponsorship in its history, making the company Acer Taiwan is the official sponsor of the “TOM CLANCY’S Rainbow Six Pro”.
The Game Development Company has contracted with Acer’s Predator brand across North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific.
The partnership, which will be launched in conjunction with the 10th season of the ” Rainbow Six Pro”, runs from June 2019 to November 2020.
The historic partnership between the two sides will promote the tournament jointly, invite fans to participate in international competitions free of charge, and an exceptional challenge in this game that gives players the opportunity to recognize an exceptional Predator device.
Game enthusiasts will be able to watch streaming shows, follow the Rainbow Six pages and Acer Predator pages on social media.
“Combining efforts with Ubisoft represents a new era that will enhance Acer’s role in expanding e-sports around the world,” said Vincent Lin, Assistant Vice President for Product Marketing and Planning at Acer. “Rainbow Six is a legendary competition, and we are happy to move the players to the peak of competition among themselves thanks to the performance of personal computers and displays Predator.”
“The partnership with Acer, an expert in e-sports and technology, strengthens our confidence in the success of the Rainbow Six today or in the future as this league continues to spread and evolve,” said Jeffrey Sarden, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Ubisoft Europe, Middle East, and North Africa.
In conjunction with the new partnership, Rainbow Six Pro has returned with a series of modifications including:
- An updated schedule includes daily play weekly for each of the four regions: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America.
- Updated map collection that allows professional players to showcase their skills in the most competitive societies.
- Remove the Auto-Undo feature to increase the competitiveness of Rainbow Six.
- Increase the value of the awards for the Professional League season, with prizes now reaching $ 626,000 (including qualifying).
- And many other modifications …
Rainbow Six Siege has attracted the attention and participation of more than 45 million players worldwide, while the number of enthusiasts in this e-sport continues to grow. Six Invitational, which was held in February, saw a remarkable increase in the participation rate of 31% of the viewing time throughout the week compared to the 2018 version.
Details of the changes made to season 10 of the Rainbow Six Pro can be found here.