November 23, 2018

Best Wishes, Rainbow Six!

In March 2018, we entered into the Rainbow Six Pro League, hosted by Ubisoft and ESL, via the signing of our R6 lineup.

Though our roster has undergone a series of changes since then, one aspect has not: the ever-evolving synergy between our players. Whether we’d attained a victory or suffered defeat, our players have never turned their eyes away from the future even for a split second, as they were constantly seen analyzing their matches in the hopes of closing any potential chinks in their armor.

The lineup initially began in the Challenger League for Season 7, but shared a stage with seven other teams competing for last weekend’s Season Finals in Season 8. Just recently, they’d defeated the Elephant Gang 2-1 in a relegation match to maintain their place in the Pro League going into Season 9, which is set to begin mid December.

We’ve also taken the battle offline at DreamHack Austin 2018, where sixteen teams – eight apiece from North America and Europe – converged onto the Austin Convention Center to compete for $50,000, with crowds watching in person and via a live broadcast. Our players fought well and ended their run at the 5th – 8th spectrum, winning themselves $1,000.

The journey has been a long and rough one, but also incredibly rewarding. Unfortunately, as of today, that chapter comes to an end.

We thank the following players for their representation of Noble in the Rainbow Six esports scene, and we wish all of them well with wherever the future takes them:

As a result of this move, we turn our sights towards future goals in the upcoming year. Our thanks go out to everyone who has supported us and them throughout our run.

Should you wish to continue following our journey through esports, please check out all of our social media (listed at the bottom)! We wish all of our readers an amazing holiday this year!