Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Betting

If you are into tactical first-person shooters like CSGO and Call Of Duty, then you’re likely to enjoy Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. Ubisoft developed the game and released it in December 2015. Since the release, Rainbow Six Siege as an esport has been growing steadily, and matches are often available for esports betting. A new version of Rainbow Six is soon coming out, Quarantine, which will likely boost this esport further and provide us with more Rainbow Six odds to bet on.

Rainbow Six Siege betting in Canada

It doesn’t matter if you are new to betting or a professional to start betting on Rainbow Six Siege. Rainbow Six Siege is a lower-tier esport, there are fewer tournaments and smaller prize pools compared to CSGO for example. You can bet on Rainbow Six Siege on where odds are available for major esports tournaments. Rainbow Six is played between two teams with five players on each team. There are five multiplayer modes available, but only three are played in competitive esports; plant the bomb, rescue the hostage and secure an area. There are many Canadian bookmakers out there who provide different types of markets to bet on. Betting markets for Rainbow Six include Match Winner, Over/Under, Outright Tournament Winner and so on.

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History of Rainbow Six

Who would have thought that a novelist could leave such an impression on the gaming and the esports industry? Yes, you read that correctly, Tom Clancy was a novelist once known as the king of the techno-thriller genre. He then co-founded a game studio called Red Storm Entertainment and helped bring Rainbow Six to life. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six was the first game released in 1998. Since then, eleven games have been published in the Rainbow Six franchise. Rainbow Six Siege is the last released game version. It was released in 2015,  seven years after the previous installment, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Vegas 2. So far, Rainbow Six Siege has had great success both as a game and as an esport. Ubisoft is planning to launch a new game version soon, Rainbow Six Quarantine. The game is expected to be released by the end of 2020, in time for the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 next-gen consoles. The timing of a new version and next-gen consoles will likely be great for Rainbow Six’s growth as an esport and provide punters with more Rainbow Six betting options.

History and Evolution of Rainbow Six Siege Tournament and Leagues

Since the release of Rainbow Six Siege in 2015, the game has had a rapid growth as an esport. In the beginning, the game faced many challenges; it took about one year for a breakthrough in the esports Industry. The first Rainbow Six Siege esports tournament was ESL Pro League which took place during PAX East in April 2016. The top four teams across Europe and North America gathered to compete in front of a live audience for the first time, while hundreds of thousands were watching online. The tournament had a $50,000 prize pool and was available for betting. Another big tournament is Rainbow Six Invitational. The first edition of the Invitational was hosted by Ubisoft in 2017. The finals were held in Montreal, Canada and had a prize pool of $100,000. Canadian bookmakers offered odds for betting that time as well. In total, there have been four seasons of Rainbow Six Invitational. The finals are held every year in February, in Montreal. Previously there were not many teams and tournaments, but as time has passed, we have seen more organizations competing and larger and larger prize pools. The latest Rainbow Six Invitational was held in 2020, and there were a total of sixteen teams competing for a prize pool of $1,000,000. Ten times higher than the first season, pretty impressive growth in only five years. Some other tournaments which are worth mentioning are, Challenger League, French League and Open Cup – all of which Rainbow Six Siege betting is available for.

Popular Rainbow Six Siege Teams and Organizations

As Rainbow Six Siege is growing as an esport, many top teams and organizations are taking part and competing.

Spacestation Gaming is a popular team which also has a Canadian captain, Troy “Canadian” Jaroslawski. They won the latest Six Invitational season, and they’re the top-ranked team at the moment.

If you have followed Rainbow Six Siege for a couple of years, then you might have heard of PENTA Sports – the winners of first-ever Pro League season in 2016. So far, they have won three Pro League seasons out of eleven.

Team Liquid is a professional esports organization that competes in DOTA 2, League of Legends and Call of Duty. Seeing the growth of Rainbow Six Siege esports, the organization also formed a team to compete in Rainbow Six Siege. They played against PENTA Sports in the finals of Pro League season seven and won $75,000.

Team SoloMid, also known as TSM, is a North American professional esports organization. They have competed in several tournaments of Rainbow Six Siege; Pro League, Six Invitational, US Nationals and North American League.

Some other popular Rainbow Six Siege teams are Ninjas in Pyjamas, G2 Esports, Team Empire, Fnatic and Evil Geniuses.

Rainbow Six Siege betting FAQ


With a new edition of Rainbow Six on the way, the end of Rainbow Six Siege betting is coming to an end. But don’t fret! Sportsbooks will be quick to offer Rainbow Six Quarantine betting as soon as major tournaments start being played. It’s expected that Rainbow Six Pro League and Rainbow Six invitational will continue with Quarantine.