Rainbow Six Siege

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Rainbow Six: Sleeze – Hackers spam Ubisoft’s shooter with this cock

For fans of Rainbow Six: Siege, they’ve got one more loaded gun to look out for this Christmas. Rainbow Six: Siege players are receiving unexpected in-game gifts as of late, as hackers have found out how to post images directly to their screens via the ban messages. As a result, memes, NSFW material, and a peculiar looking cock (as in the animal) have been popping up mid-match. Typically these ban messages just show the usernames of accounts caught by Rainbow Six: Siege’s anti-cheat to all players in-game, acting as a kind of permanent flex and reminder that the team are…

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UK player Astro returns to Rainbow Six Siege with Viperio following break and cancer diagnosis

Update (April 11th 2022): Astro has joined UK esports organisation Viperio’s Rainbow Six line-up. The roster can be found below, with fellow UK player Aktr on board as a substitute. Viperio will be playing in the Rainbow Six Siege Northern Premier League. Excited to be back playing again with a team, still slowly getting back into siege but the lads have been super supportive with everything. More good news soon! Continue reading UK player Astro returns to Rainbow Six Siege with Viperio following break and cancer diagnosis

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Rainbow Six Siege Northern Premier League announced: Ubisoft bridges UK, Ireland and Nordics for new €25,000 esports competition

Ubisoft has today announced that the UK Ireland Nationals (UKIN) and Nordic Championship esports leagues will combine to create the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Northern Premier League. This new revamped league will gather the best players and teams from both UKIN and Nordic local scenes to compete in a new competition with a €25,000 prize pool. The Northern Premier League will have 10 teams compete across nine weeks from April 19th to end of August 2022. Continue reading Rainbow Six Siege Northern Premier League announced: Ubisoft bridges UK, Ireland and Nordics for new €25,000 esports competition

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G2 ‘thrilled to sign the shortest but finest UK Siege player’, Doki, as Kayak leaves for Navi

UK Rainbow Six Siege pro players have made some moves to new organisations, with Jack ‘Doki’ Robertson (pictured) joining G2 Esports, and Jordan ‘Kayak’ Morley leaving G2 for Navi. Doki himself was most recently with Navi, who he joined almost three years ago. Prior to that, he had stints with UK esports organisations Vexed Gaming and MNM Gaming. Doki said he was thrilled to join the European esports organisation. In an announcement video featuring G2 founder Carlos ‘ocelote’ Rodríguez, he can be seen with other players as they look to revive G2’s Rainbow Six force. Continue reading G2 ‘thrilled to sign…

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Fnatic prepare to enter Rainbow Six Siege esports in Japan: ‘We have a new roster of incredible homegrown Japanese talent’

Fnatic, the global esports organisation with headquarters in London, have revealed their new Rainbow Six: Siege roster as they sets their sights on further expansion into the Japanese esports market in 2022. Following talks with Japanese esports team Guts Gaming, Fnatic has reached an agreement with them to sign four of their Rainbow Six team’s Japanese players – Yura, Li9ht, Lily and Merieux – who will represent the black and orange in 2022.  Continue reading Fnatic prepare to enter Rainbow Six Siege esports in Japan: ‘We have a new roster of incredible homegrown Japanese talent’

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Ubisoft to relocate August 2022 Rainbow Six Major from the UAE after community questioned the location and what it could have meant for LGBTQ+ talent

Update (February 22nd 2022): Ubisoft has taken the decision to move the August Major from the UAE to another region. In an announcement tweet, Ubisoft said: “Choosing this location for a Six Major was the result of extensive discussions with our local teams in the region, the UAE government and our local esports partner, and their collective commitment that a Six Major in Abu Dhabi would be an event in which anyone, of all gender identities, sexual orientations, cultural backgrounds, or other individual traits, would be included and welcomed, as has been the case with numerous other events previously held…

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Rainbow Six Siege community including UK caster Geo speak out on Ubisoft’s ‘extremely concerning’ decision to host a 2022 major in the UAE and what it could mean for LGBTQ+ talent

The Rainbow Six Siege Six Invitational has barely ended, but the Siege esports community is talking about a separate announcement that will impact talent and fans of the game. Ubisoft has announced that its Season 2022 roadmap of international events for Siege will include a major in August in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a country where LGBTQ+ people are criminalised with serious life-threatening consequences. UK Siege caster Geo spoke out about the issue on Twitter, responding to questions about it and standing up for LGBTQ+ talent in Siege, including the likes of UK caster Fluke and Australian caster JessGoat….

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UK teams exit Six Invitational 2022 playoffs

The Rainbow Six Siege Invitational playoffs have begun, the UK teams are out and it’s the end of the Cinderella Story for MNM Gaming in particular. All three teams with UK talent – MNM, Navi and Rogue – have been knocked out of the Six Invitational 2022 in the playoff stage. First up, UK esports organisation MNM Gaming, who qualified for the 2022 Six Invitational after an incredible run of form that also saw MNM qualify for the Rainbow Six Siege European League, finished fourth in Group A. Continue reading UK teams exit Six Invitational 2022 playoffs

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Tenstar win Rainbow Six Siege UKIN Rainbow Rumble and reach Premier Division

UK esports organisation Tenstar have won the Rainbow Six Siege UK & Ireland Nationals (UKIN) Rainbow Rumble. They defeated Looking For Org 3-0 in the final on the weekend to take the £7,500 top prize, with the runners-up leaving with £5,500. Tenstar and Looking For Org have also separately qualified for Division 1 of the next main UKIN league for 2022, after beating Into the Breach and JLingz Esports respectively in the Premier Division playoffs. Continue reading Tenstar win Rainbow Six Siege UKIN Rainbow Rumble and reach Premier Division

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Six Invitational to host Rainbow Six Siege EU vs NA charity showmatch which will donate $50,000 to SpecialEffect

The Six Invitational is one of the biggest events in the Rainbow Six Siege esports calendar – and this year’s event will feature a separate EU vs NA charity showmatch. This will feature 10 content creators from the Siege community competing for a $50,000 prize pool, which will be fully donated to UK-based charity SpecialEffect, which helps gamers with physical challenges to play. The Six Invitational 2022 showmatch participants are as follows: Team EU FastAnne JostRekt Caramelo Z1ronic JerichoFive Team NA YoBoyRoy Macie Jay King George VarsityGaming PacoMGShark The showmatch match has been pre-recorded and will be broadcast live on stream…

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Six Memevitational raises £5,000+ for charity as FoxA’s Naughty List beat all-UK side Cob Academy in the final

The latest Six Memevitational has concluded, with a whole host of Rainbow Six Siege personalities getting involved to raise money for charity. More than £5,000 was raised for Maggie’s Centres, a UK-based charity that provides free practical and emotional support for people living with cancer. And the winners of the tournament were FoxA’s Naughty List, consisting of US players LonnieLightning, AutumnMae, Shawk and Royal Penguin, and Swedish player Spoit. They beat all-UK roster Cob Academy 3-1 in the grand final. Continue reading Six Memevitational raises £5,000+ for charity as FoxA’s Naughty List beat all-UK side Cob Academy in the final

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Rainbow Six community rallies around UK player Astro over decision to stop playing following cancer diagnosis

UK Rainbow Six Siege player Reece ‘ASTRO’ Lambert has announced he is taking a break from competitive play after a recent diagnosis. As reported by Siege.gg, ASTRO (not to be confused with Brazilian player Leonardo ‘Astro’ Luis) posted an update on Twitter sharing the news that he has lymphoma, a type of cancer. He said he will be taking a break from esports to focus on his treatments. Haven’t really processed this news fully since i received it yesterday but as the siege community is apart of my life, i’d thought i’ll share it with all of you. Continue reading Rainbow…

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Into the Breach reach ESL Challenger League, move into Valorant, extend roster contracts and announce new tournaments

Update (January 13th 2022): UK esports organisation Into the Breach have qualified for the ESL Challenger League (Season 40) in CSGO, with an all-UK roster. The ESL Challenger League was formerly known as ESEA Premier. The news comes after ESL Gaming made a bunch of big structural changes for the ESL Pro Tour in 2022. There was a placement for a downgrade from EPL but not team down, so we were given the slot as per 3rd in closed quals The org believes it’s the first time a team has qualified for this with an all-UK roster. Continue reading Into…

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Into the Breach move into Valorant, extend CSGO and Rainbow Six contracts and announce new tournaments

It’s been a busy start to 2022 for UK esports organisation Into the Breach (ITB), who have made a number of announcements in a matter of days. First up, the org have moved into Valorant after bringing across Tenstar’s academy roster known as Titan. Fellow UK org Tenstar let the players go due to Riot’s rules that prevent an organisation from fielding multiple rosters in the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT). The roster consists of: Nathen ‘CraZe’ Burton  James ‘Stokesy’ Stokes Adrian ‘Guesty’ Guest  Joel ‘roX’ Donaldson  Reynard ‘Keodo’ Chang  Eoin Shanahan (coach) Into the Breach said in a statement on the Tenstar website: “We’re more than happy to…

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Rainbow Six Siege clothing range announced: Ubisoft and Kappa launch winter 2022 capsule collection

A host of new official Rainbow Six Siege clothing has launched, featuring T-shirts, hoodies and more. Italian sportswear brand Kappa, and Ubisoft, developer and publisher of the video game Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, have announced the launch of a capsule collection for winter 2022. The agreement was brokered by Ubisoft’s licensing agency IMG. The two brands have teamed up to offer an ‘exclusive collection that blends contemporary fashion with the gaming world, while integrating the Rainbow Six Siege DNA into these iconic products’. Continue reading Rainbow Six Siege clothing range announced: Ubisoft and Kappa launch winter 2022 capsule collection