As you may have heard, Ubisoft is giving away their "Rainbow Six Siege" free Esports Packs for the fifth edition of Ubisoft's Six Invitationals. The Sixth Invitational 2021, a face-to-face world tournament in Paris was postponed. Even though Ubisoft has tried very hard to pursue the game, restrictions by the government of France have prevented it. According to The News Trace, the decision has been made after the Prime minister has banned non-European travelers last January January 29. However, the promotional giveaway of the free Esports pack remains until February 21.
The first phase of these Twitch promotions has already been completed. Phase 2 is already running as of the time being and will continue up until February 16. In order to get a chance to win these promotional items, you must follow the steps below.
Steps to Get Free Charms and Esports Packs by Ubisoft
According to Talkesport, you can start off by having a registered Twitch account. If you don't have one yet, make sure to register and key in your necessary details.
You also need to have your own Ubisoft account that has "Rainbow Six Siege". You can register your Ubisoft account by liking your Twitch and Ubisoft account together here: drops-register.ubi.com.
In order to gain free charms as well as Esports packs, players need to watch selected Twitch streamers by Ubisoft for a certain duration. Ubisoft is now offering an S.I 2021 Blackbeard Charm for February 7 to February 8. In order to grab a chance to win this, you need to watch for at least 4 hours of Twitch stream. A One Siege Esports Pack is also made available for February 7 to 8 as well as from February 15 to 16.
Ubisof-Selected Twitch Streamers to Look Out For
After you have registered, make sure to look out for Ubisoft's selected streamers for their free Esports promotional packages:
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The game continues until February 21. To increase your chances of winning a free eSports pack, you must make sure to follow all the necessary steps and watch the streams in the suggested duration to watch.
In other news, "Rainbow Six Siege" has continued to disseminate updates to prevent cheating instances among gamers. According to Game Rant, the company has revelead that as of 2020 alone, they have sanctioned over 90,000 players. In its latest post last February 2, it has then launched a new update to improve detection, reduce cheating by heightening measures an increasing barriers as well as to lessen the impact of cheating.
Written by Nikki D