COVID-19 keeps everything we love a little less fun and much less socially.
This is definitely the case for Ubisoft Rainbow Six Siege Esports wing. The company announced that the Rainbow Six Siege World Cup, which was teeed back at the “Forward” event in September, will be put on hold until 2022 due to the ongoing pandemic. This means that you have to wait for a while to show your country’s pride. Hope this means we get a better event! Ubisoft is committed to using the newly discovered extra time to study other entertainment and competitions and host the best events when it’s safe.
“Today I wanted to share the latest information on the rainbow six esports competitions scheduled for the rest of 2020 and part of 2021. Recently, I made the difficult decision to switch live events to online competitions. But we’re still looking for options to do so, and we can bring back physical events while ensuring the health and safety of everyone, ”says Ubisoft. “We are dedicated to providing the best possible experience for both our team of professionals and our passionate community, although hosting an audience at Rainbow Six e sporting events is still excluded. For the time being, the team is considering increasing the frequency of on-site competing LAN events. “
However, as with Six Invitational, you can maintain the pride of the region. Ubisoft announced in February 2021 that it will host the region’s annual war at a special offline event in Europe. Please wait for more details. However, qualifying will start in December with 20 teams. 16 teams participate in the grand event! It’s time to plan those zoom watch parties!
Near my home, the first Canadian Division Final and demotion will take place over the weekend of December 11th to 13th. For those who have forgotten, our crazy canac is playing in a $ 50,000 prize pool and will be split into 60-40 between the two teams in the final game.
So it may be a shame that COVID is currently forcing an “L” on the world stage, but there will be a lot of support until December!