The Esports Club, in partnership with Ubisoft, announced the TEC Pro Series Spring Edition for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege .
The restructured competitive ecosystem now provides teams and aspiring players of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege a brand new year-long calendar of events. The South Asia Nationals will remain the highest tier of competition for players with a prize pool of $10,000 at the end of the year.
The TEC Pro Series Spring event is the first of three events that players will get to take part in over the course of the year.
Each event carries its own independent prize pool of $2000 and will also award the top eight teams with South Asia Nationals Qualification Points. After the conclusion of the Fall Edition of the TEC Pro Series, the eight teams with the highest number of South Asia Nationals Qualification Points will proceed to the 2022 South Asia Nationals for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. Sign Ups for the TEC Pro Series Spring Edition are now open on The Esports Club Website.
The Esports Club co-founder and head of business development Ishaan Arya said, “We’re extremely proud to partner with Ubisoft to help provide a more comprehensive competitive ecosystem for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. The TEC Pro Series circuit is the perfect way for teams to compete and hone their skills as they try to qualify for the South Asia Nationals at the end of the year.”
“The level of enthusiasm and passion shown by the South Asian Rainbow Six Siege community is fantastic, and we are always looking at ways to further support this. We are delighted to be able to invite the community to take part in the South Asia Nationals, and look forward to working with The Esports Club to deliver an unforgettable experience for our South Asian community,” said Ubisoft head of retail, events and marketing export Natalie Williams.
The Esports Club director of esports Mansoor Ahmed said, “We are committed to helping develop the esports ecosystem for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege from the ground up. While the TEC Pro Series and South Asia Nationals provide teams with a more professional competitive experience, we’re going to continue investing in grassroots events to cater to the extended player base by enabling them to also enjoy a competitive experience of a different nature.”