Ubisoft celebrates Rainbow 6 Siege 30 million players

Ubisoft is celebrating a major milestone; Rainbow 6 Siege 30 million players. With Siege surpassing 30 million players, it cements itself as one of the most played games on the planet.

Released in 2015, Siege recently entered Year 3 and offered players new content from Operation Chimera and the Outbreak event.

The 2018 Six Invitational saw 321,000 concurrent viewers with a total of 6.2 million hours watched across all channels during the event.

Rainbow 6 Siege 30 million players

Brand Director Alexandre Remy said of the milestone; 

On behalf of the entire team, we wanted to thank every member of our diverse, global community for their support of our game. Our players are the most valuable element to our game.

Over the last three years we have endeavoured to create a solid community built on transparency as we grow and evolve the ever-expanding world of Rainbow Six Siege.

We are so tremendously honoured to achieve this milestone, and we will continue to do everything we can to earn each and every new person that decides to play.

Ubisoft is dedicated to Siege and hopes to bring over 100 Operators to the game in the coming year.

Content for days

With Year 3, Ubisoft has brought major changes to Rainbow Six Pro League. The League is now comprised of two seasons of six months each. Each season includes Season Finals in which the eight best teams compete. 

Two teams for each region will make up the top eight with the regions comprising Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America. 

Each Year in the Pro League will also include two Major events. The Six Invitational will occur each February and a Six Major will take place in August.

The inaugural Six Major will take place in Paris this August.

Rainbow 6 Siege is available now.

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