Heads up operators and terrorists: Ubisoft has announced that teams from Australia/New Zealand will compete in the next season the Global Rainbow Six Pro League.
There has already been a year (two seasons) of the PC-only Global Rainbow Six Pro League played across Europe, Latin America and North America, and the competition is now expanding to include the APAC region.
The APAC section of the Global Rainbow Six Pro League kicks off in September. It will feature teams from Australia and New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia, and will culminate in a live final in Sydney on October 21.
The APAC Pro League finalists will secure a place in the Global Pro League Season 3 Finale in Sao Paolo in November, where they will face the best teams from North America, Europe, and Latin America.
An ANZ Cup beginning this month will serve as a qualifier for the APAC Pro League.
The Cup begins July 16 and will be held online every Sunday for four weeks, with a live final taking place on August 19 in Sydney.
The top eight teams from the ANZ Cup will qualify for the APAC Pro League.
PlayStation and Xbox One teams aren't completely left out: they will battle in a range of cups that will run alongside the Pro League.
Here's what all that looks like in infographic form: