Lenovo Legion is official hardware sponsor of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Pro League and Majors

Lenovo Legion UbiSoft

Lenovo and Ubisoft have announced Lenovo Legion as the official PC and monitor sponsor for Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Pro League and Majors. The exclusive global partnership will extend for the duration of the Rainbow Six Siege Pro League season – from spring 2018 through spring 2019 across Asia Pacific and other regions.

The partnership will see Lenovo Legion high-performance hardware in the hands of some of the world’s most skilled Rainbow Six Siege players.

Aside from hardware sponsorship, the partnership also includes co-branding and co-promotion.

The sponsored devices include (but not limited to):

Apart from that, Lenovo Legion and Rainbow Six fans will have a chance to join global giveaway contests and unique in-game Lenovo Legion charms that can be unlocked in-game.

Lenovo Legion UbiSoft

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six attracts and engages over 30 million players and the fan base is still growing fast.

According to Lenovo, the Six Invitational (SI) 2018 saw a 300 percent increase in viewership compared to the previous year’s SI, with a peak of 321,000 concurrent viewers during its Grand Finale.

The Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League Season 7 Finals will happen at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City Hotel & Casino on 19 to 20 May 2018. The finals will see two teams from each of the four regions represented: Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America.

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Visit www.rainbow6.com/esports and follow @R6ProLeague for more information.


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