Ubisoft have announced thatÂ Tom Clancyâ€™s Rainbow Six Pro League will continue with the Pro League Season Finals at GamesCom’s ESL Arena, on August 25 â€“ 26 2017.
The Pro League will also arrive in Asia-Pacific for Season 3 this September, with players in four Eastern regions competing in Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, and Australiaâ€“New Zealand, after a year of competition in Europe, Latin America, and North America.
Season 3 will also be the start of the Eastern Pro League, who will fight it out in Sydney at the finals, on October 21 – 22, 2017.Â The winners will face the best European, North American, and South American players at the Global Pro League Season Final in SÃ£o Paulo, November 17 â€“ 19, 2017.
Finally, the top-placing teams in Asia-Pacific, European, Latin American, and North American regions will face off in the second edition of the Six Invitational, which is held on February 16 â€“18, 2018, in Montreal. The Six Invitational will determine the worldâ€™s best players, competing for a prize pool of $500,000, in the biggest competition to date, bringing the total prize pool to $1,250,000 this year.
Find out more information about the Pro Leagues on their website here. We also reviewed Rainbow Six when it came out in 2015.