Rainbow Six Siege Tracker Network
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Rainbow Six Siege Tracker has continued its ambition to help top-level players find their way into esports clubs, and potentially the Ubisoft-run Pro League, with players now able to add their Twitter profiles to their Tracker accounts for free.

The news comes just weeks after Tracker Network also revealed players could add their Twitch channels to their Siege profiles. The idea from TN is for players who are "pushing the limits of the ranked queue" to be able to show off who they are for esports scouts searching the leaderboards for potential new pick-ups ahead of the Pro League seasons.

"All of us at Tracker Network are massive supporters of the esports ecosystem that Ubisoft is building around Rainbow Six Siege, and we want to do our part to get the best players in the game a good opportunity to prove they deserve to take their game to the highest level," a Tracker Network representative announced alongside the Twitter update.

"The ability to link both Twitch and Twitter to your leaderboard profiles means that scouts have ease of access to more information about you, and not just your high-level KDA and ranks. We've also seen that players with more information on their accounts are more likely to be contacted by scouts, so we wanted to help with that system as best we could."

Russian esports club Team Empire recently claimed the title of best Rainbow Six Siege competitive team in the world, after defeating North American representatives Evil Geniuses 2-1 in the grand final. Empire had to defeat FaZe Clan (2-0) and LeStream Esport (2-0) in the semifinals and quarterfinals respectively.

The Pro League series returns in the coming weeks. The Season 10 Pro League finals have been confirmed to be hosted in Japan, at the Aichi Sky Expo Centre, in November.

Check out the Tracker Network's current Rainbow Six Siege leaderboards here: r6.tracker.network/leaderboards.

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Isaac McIntyre

Isaac is a journalist from Australia who loves all things video games and competitive esports. Currently covering stories across Destiny, Rainbow Six, and League of Legends esports, Isaac is always keen to see that next exciting game on the horizon.

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