An annual professional Rainbow Six Siege tournament was intended to start on February 9. But shortly before its kickoff, the hosts reported that it would be impossible to hold the event as it had been planned. The reason is quarantine measures taken in France. At the end of January, the French authorities announced that entry into the country would be restricted. All people who are not residents of the European Union are currently not permitted to cross French borders, and so it turns out that most of the contestants are not from Europe. The organizers of the event were trying to find a way to hold the tournament in such a context, but eventually, they have come to a decision to postpone it indefinitely.
Let’s recall, the championship was to be held in Paris and to feature 19 world’s best teams to compete for the initial total prize fund of $500,000. The event was planned to take place in the LAN format without the public. The new dates of the tournament, its format, and a possible change of venue are not yet known. Stay with Cyber.bet to be the first to know about it!