Beastcoast further commits to the professional Rainbow Six Siege esports scene through the acquisition of Tempo Storm’s Pro League slot. Beastcoast’s existing roster, which formerly competed in the Challenger League, will make the jump to Pro League.
Before joining Pro League, our roster finished in second place in both the North American Challenger League and the Six Invitational qualifier. Prior to joining Beastcoast, members of our current roster came in second place in Challenger League Season 11.
We are unbelievably excited to be competing with the best of the best in Las Vegas, as well as investing in the future of the R6 ecosystem.
Captain Phozzo had this to say:
After a year of trying to get back into the NAL my time has finally come and I couldn’t be more grateful and happy to be representing beastcoast in the upcoming NAL season, from the minute they signed my team they put full faith and all their resources in us. Time to get to work and show people what we are made of.
Beastcoast GM Colin Bashor had this to say about joining Pro League:
Beastcoast is incredibly excited to join NAL with our existing roster. We’ve had a high level of belief in our roster we’ve competed with for the past year and their ability to compete at the highest level. When the ability to enter into NAL with our team came along we were excited to acquire the license and give our players the consistent opportunity to prove they can compete with the best of the best.
beastcoast can’t wait to “#makewaves” in the Rainbow 6 scene.