HSL Rainbow Six Siege Season 2 Coaching Partners – Wildcard Gaming

June 29, 2020

We are excited to announce our partnership with Wildcard Gaming as our official coaching partner for the  XP High School League Rainbow Six National competition!

XP Esports Australia are excited about the opportunities that can be created for student development and the long term success of the XP HSL.

The team at Wildcard Gaming share their thoughts on the latest announcement.

“It’s great to see the development of esports in High Schools. It gives people a time to enjoy themselves on the side of school, and it builds important life skills just like all other team sports do. Especially in these troubling times, esports allows us to bring back ‘extra-curricular activities’ for everyone to enjoy and compete in. I’m looking forward to showcasing the growth of the ANZ R6 scene and helping further the great talent of tomorrow” Fluxx

“Having an opportunity to participate in moulding these young players at this age is something that should impact our scene for years to come, and we are blessed to be a part of it.”

“It’s a great opportunity to partner up with XP Esports and give exposure to the future talent.  It’s really important to establish these grassroots programs to allow these young up-and-comers their chance to make it deeper into the competitive scene.  With esports becoming such a massive global industry, it is now great to see that high schools are giving their students these opportunities to make a career for themselves out of it, just like they would for athletic sports.” Sylix

“We at Wildcard Gaming are very excited to have the opportunity to partner with Brodie and the XP Esports Team.  Wildcard was started as a grassroots organization, and helping out the community is what we are all about. Having an opportunity to participate in moulding these young players at this age is something that should impact our scene for years to come, and we are blessed to be a part of it. “ Griff, Wildcard Gaming CEO

Check out Wildcard Gaming:  https://wildcard.gg/

The  XP HSL Rainbow Six Siege begins 30th July 2020 | 4:30PM AEST

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