Rainbow Six Siege Women's League coming from XP Esports for ANZ
Photo courtesy of Rainbow Six Siege.

The official XP Esports Australia Twitter announced its partnership with Ubisoft for the first season of their Rainbow Six Siege Women’s League. All women in Australia and New Zealand who are enthusiastic about gaming are allowed to enter. The XP Women’s League competition will begin March 4 and last till the end of April. There will be no fee for those who enter and a prize pool of $3,000 AUD.

Rainbow Six Siege Women’s League tournament information

The prize pool will be dispersed among three placements. The first-place winners will receive $1500 AUD. Meanwhile, second place will get $1000 AUD, and third place will end at $500 AUD. The event is available for female PC players only. Participants must be 18 years of age or older. Teams have a limit of eight players — five main players and three substitutes. Rainbow Six Siege Women’s League matches will broadcast through the XP Esports Twitch and be hosted through their official Discord. For those interested in participating in the event, registration is available on the XP Esports website.

About XP Esports

XP Esports is Australia’s fastest-growing esports events and marketing company. They strive for the professional growth of esports in Australia. In fact, XP Esports creates a variety of opportunities for passionate gamers. For example, they provide continual growth systems, professional tournaments with major cash prizes and trophies, and access to sporting organizations like Brisbane Roar, Brisbane Bullets, and Brisbane Broncos. Not to mention, they also provide sponsorships for players and teams. Some of their sponsorships include Asus, Computer Alliance, E-League, and the Republic of Gamers.

In addition to Rainbow Six Siege tournaments, XP Esports has hosted competitions for FIFA, Call of Duty, and Fortnite in the past. The organization is primarily an Australian company but supports New Zealand gamers as well. The Women’s League tournament was created to give ANZ female gamers a chance to grow in the community as well. What are your thoughts on the XP Women’s League?

Alexia Hinton
Alexia Hinton is an aspiring illustrator who enjoys playing video games and drinking Pepsi Cola.