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Rainbow Six: Siege exceeds 30 million players

Ubisoft today announced that Rainbow Six: Siege , the multiplayer tactical shooter released in late 2015, exceeded the record of 30 million players several connected since inception. An incredible achievement for a title that was released quietly and with minimal marketing because of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris and then San Bernardino, but that over time has gained more and more fans, thanks to a support post-launch that has taught.

You can find more information about this important goal and the game in General in the official press release:


Since the launch, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six ® Siege has never been so popular

Milan, 12 April 2018 – Ubisoft ® Announces that Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six ® Siege has exceeded 30 million registered users across all platforms. Launched in 2015, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six ® Siege has become one of the most successful multiplayer shooter, and in his third year will continue to evolve with new content such as the launch of the operation pipe dream, Outbreak and several game updates. This year the game has even got a peak record of 321,000 contemporary viewers during Six Invitational 2018, the most important eSports tournament of Rainbow Six Siege, with more than 6.2 million hours of views between all channels during the event.

"On behalf of the entire team, I want to thank every Member of our vast and diverse worldwide community for support. Our players are the most precious element for our game. Over the past three years, we are committed to create a solid community and based on transparency, while we widened the world of Rainbow Six Siege " , said Alexandre Remy, Brand Director of Rainbow Six Siege. "We're really honored to have reached this result and we will continue to do everything possible to conquer every new user who decides to play."

In line with its commitment to provide new quality content and welcome new players in the community, the development team of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six ® Siege intends to get to ben 100 operators in the game over the next few years.

The third year represented a significant change in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Pro League, now consisting of two seasons of six months each, from June to November (season 8) and from December to may (season 9). Each season will conclude with a final, where the top eight teams of the season, two in each participating region: Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America, will compete to win a huge prize pool. In addition, each year there will also be two Major events, where you can experience the most intense action of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. In addition to the Six Invitational in February, there will also be a "Six Major" tournament in August and the first edition will be held in Paris in August 2018.