Lenovo Legion Teams Up with Ubisoft
Today Lenovo and Ubisoft have announced Lenovo Legion as the official PC and monitor sponsor of Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Pro League and Majors in an exclusive global partnership. The partnership will extend for the duration of the Rainbow Six Siege Pro League season, from spring 2018 through spring 2019 across North America, EMEA, Asia Pacific and Latin America.
Lenovo is providing a range of high-performance gaming hardware that will be put into the hands of some of the world’s most dedicated and skilled Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege players to push their limits in competition. The partnership also includes co-branding and co-promotion, as well as an invitation for fans to join global giveaway contests and a unique in-game Lenovo Legion charm that can be unlocked through an in-game challenge.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six attracts and engages more than 30 million players, and its esports enthusiast fanbase is growing fast: the Six Invitational (SI) 2018 saw a 300 percent increase in viewership versus last year’s SI, with a peak at 321,000 concurrent viewers during its Grand Finale.
Lenovo is equipping the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro teams with high-performance hardware for the speed and power that professional players demand. The sponsored devices include but are not limited to: the Lenovo Legion Y720 Tower, Lenovo Legion Y720 and Y520 Laptops, and the Lenovo Legion Y25f Gaming Monitor. The Lenovo Legion Y720 Tower, for example, packs enough power to enable high refresh rates for smooth frame rates and high-quality streams and videos for fans to enjoy. The Lenovo Legion Y25f Gaming Monitor completes the experience with 144 Hz refresh rates for sharp, high-quality images that bring out incredible in-game details during epic plays.
Lenovo Legion PCs and monitors will showcase next during Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League Season 7 Finals, taking place at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City Hotel & Casino on May 19 to 20. These finals will include two teams from each of the four regions represented: Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America.
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