- Fuze.tv will collaborate with Ubisoft as an official sponsor of the 2021 Rainbow Six Siege NA League.
- The video platform will hold a “Clips of the Week” competition for fan content.
- Fuze. tv is excited about the partnership as they believe the creative R6 community is a perfect match for them
With the Rainbow Six Siege North American League starting tomorrow, Fuze.tv extends its hand to support Ubisoft and sponsor the tournament.
Fuze.tv’s Deal with Ubisoft
Fuze.tv is a video editing platform dedicated to gaming. It allows people to film their favorite gaming moments and then share them with friends or other fans.
Fuze.tv has now decided to join forces with Ubisoft and will provide sponsorship for the upcoming North American League in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. The partnership between the two parties officially comes in power with the start of the tournament tomorrow, March 24th.
The video editing platform will also promote its own features as the two companies will set an exciting “Clips of the Week” competition. By that, fans can become personally involved in the League by submitting their own gameplay clips. The best content-creating enthusiasts will not only receive promotional prizes but will have their clips aired on the event’s weekly live broadcast.
The CEO and founder of Fuze.tv, Jonathan Weinberg, is assured that the creative Rainbow Six Siege community is a perfect match for the video editing platform. Weinberg firmly believes that Fuze.tv’s easy-to-use optimized features can unlock a player’s dormant creative genius. The CEO is looking forward to the collaboration.
The Senior Esports Manager at Ubisoft, Adam Climan, confirms Weinberg’s beliefs. Climan commented that Ubisoft is just as excited to partner with Fuze.tv and help players across all skill levels by promoting them a platform that lets them capture their favorite moments forever.
As Fuze.tv was created on Overwolf, a gaming software platform, Overwolf’s CEO Uri Marchand took personal satisfaction in Fuze.tv’s collaboration with Ubisoft. For Marchand seeing a service created on his platform, score a partnership this big proves his company is doing things right. Overwolf’s CEO is thrilled to see this deal in motion.
Ubisoft’s famous first-person shooter Rainbow Six Siege has recently been experiencing growth, and it’s exciting to see how the North American League will unfold starting tomorrow. The tournament will be hosted by FACEIT, who is one of the major North American organizers of esports tournaments for both professional and collegiate leagues.