Ubisoft har annonceret at det bliver Acer’s Predator gaming band der bliver eksklusiv partner fra juni 2019 til november 2020 hvilket dækker Acer’s Predator gaming brand.
Deeply committed to esports over the past years, Acer’s Predator brand will become the official PC and monitor sponsor for Rainbow Six Pro League and Majors – starting with Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League Season X and the recently announced Six Major Raleigh this summer – and provide a range of high-performance gaming hardware to support dedicated and highly-trained professional players while they are pushing their skills to the limit during Rainbow Six Pro League and Majors. Acer will equip pro teams with high-end Predator desktops, laptops and monitors during warm ups and official offline matches. Acer will support the games and esports enthusiasts as well with fully-equipped high-performance hands-on areas on site, where they’ll be the first to discover new Rainbow Six Siege content.
This landmark partnership also includes co-branding and co-promotion, as well as an invitation for fans to join global giveaway contests, and a unique in-game challenge unlocking an exclusive Predator in-game item. Fans are also invited to watch the streams and follow Rainbow Six esports and Acer Predator on social media for the latest news, sweepstakes and competition highlights.
Rainbow Six Siege attracts and engages more than 45 million players worldwide, and its esports enthusiast community continues to grow by leaps and bounds. February’s Six Invitational saw another meaningful engagement progression, with a +31% increase in watched time over the week compared to the 2018 edition.
“Joining forces with Ubisoft adds an exciting new chapter in Acer’s initiative to promote and expand esports worldwide.” said Vincent Lin, Associate Vice President, Product Marketing and Planning, Acer Inc. “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six titles are legendary and we are thrilled to bring players to their competitive peak with Predator performance gaming PCs and monitors.”
“Both Acer and Ubisoft share a strong commitment to support esports professional teams and fanbase and we cannot wait to showcase the full extent of this partnership during our next events,” said Geoffroy Sardin, Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing, Ubisoft EMEA. “Partnering with such a key esports and technology expert reinforces our confidence in the success, current and future, of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six esports as it keeps on growing and maturing.”
In parallel with this new sponsorship, the Rainbow Six Pro League comes back with fresh adjustments:
· A revamped schedule including two play days per week for each of the four regions: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America,
· An update of the map pool to allow pro players to display their skills in the most competitive environment possible,
· The removal of the auto-relegation for more competitiveness within Rainbow Six esports program,
· An increased prizepool for the Pro League season, now reaching $626,000 (playoffs included),
· And much more…
Details of the changes coming to Rainbow Six Pro League Season X can be found here.