Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Siege Tournament Crosses Canada

Can you swim with the sharks at the Shark Club Sports Bar & Grill?

Throughout the Fall of 2015, Ubisoft Canada is holding a series of competitions to crown the best team in their latest entry in the Tom Clancy-based series, Rainbow Six Siege. If you’ve already heard about this previously-announced tournament, then know that the change in the game’s release date has led to some rescheduling of some of the events.

Blast away the competition and your team could win great prizes including Xbox One game consoles, HyperX Cloud headsets and an Ubisoft prize pack! Plus, Canada’s 2 top-performing teams will get to battle it out for the chance to represent Canada in future competitions, take part in elite training sessions & win the $5,000 Grand Prize!

The Toronto event comes up this Thursday, September 24th; Calgary on Thursday, October 22nd, and Vancouver on Thursday, October 29th. Each city’s tournament takes place at the local Shark Club Sports Bar & Grill from 6pm to 10pm local time.

Toronto’s event specifically notes that registration begins at 5pm, so it may be wise to be there at such a time if you’re going to participate in one of the other cities. Registration is first-come, first serve for the first 100 people. Bring your team of five people, or (if necessary), people without a full team can fill out the ranks until there are 20 teams formed. Those not taking part in the tournament can be spectators, but the venue seats only 350, so you might have to wait.

When the dust settles, the best-scoring team from each city will be able to compete in the finals being held at the Scotiabank Theatre in Toronto.

More details are available at this link, with individual event pages providing addresses and further info at the following links: Toronto | Calgary | Vancouver | Finale

Sorry this one is coming in so late (and I missed Montreal‘s back in August entirely), but I’ve only just found out about it. If you hear about anything of this sort happening throughout Canada (or you’re a PR person looking to spread the word), you can drop me a line at tips@marios-hat.com, and I’ll post about it as soon as I’m able.

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