Faceit has announced its partnership with Ubisoft, the developer of Rainbow Six Siege to work together towards Rainbow Six esports in North America. The deal between the two companies will last for long years which will work together to bring esports scene in the North America region.
The deal includes data integration, media rights and event production, content and grassroots programs. The organizers of the event i.e. Faceit will hold all the information of the players, stats etc which will help them in the deep analysis of the team’s performances in the tournaments. The company now holds the media rights which will let them broadcast the matches in the best platform.
The most important area of the deal is the event production, as Faceit will manage all competitions including the recently revealed Rainbow Six North American League and its offline US Division LAN program, all Rainbow Six Majors in North America, as well as the US and Canada Division Challenger Leagues.
Michele Attisani, Co-Founder and CBO of FACEIT said,” We are incredibly excited to partner with Ubisoft and to help develop the Rainbow Six Esports structure in North America. This full-service partnership will see us merging all verticals of what FACEIT has to offer, developing competitive ecosystems has always been a core objective of FACEIT as we recognize that this is vital for building sustainable esports programs. FACEIT has always focused on delivering entertaining content for fans and opportunities for players of all levels and this is exactly what we are looking to achieve for the Rainbow Six community.”
Facit has also announced its individual league called FPL league for Rainbow Six Siege, which will act as a path to search best Rainbow Six players in the world. Previously, they have been already discovering multiple players in various titles including CS:GO.