NiP and Fnatic come to Rainbow Six Siege

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Player counts for Rainbow Six Siege keep rising, and that healthy community is joined by a healthy pro scene. Two more major organizations are joining the game’s competitive arena soon – Fnatic and NiP – adding some big-time new blood to the scene.

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Fnatic will make their debut at the Pro League Asia-Pacific Finals on April 14-15 in Sydney, competing against seven other teams for the top regional prize. The top two teams in the finals will also secure qualifying spots for the season 7 grand finals in May, competing for a $275,000 prize pool.

Their team is made up of the roster formerly known as Mindfreak, and will represent Australia in the Asia-Pacific Finals along with ViewSonic.Darksided.

Ninjas in Pyjamas announced their participation in Siege via Twitter earlier today, though it’s not yet clear when they’ll make their debut. Still, this leaves few major groups without a Siege team, with Cloud9 remaining one of few major holdouts.