In November 2020, Ubisoft launched the Sixth Guardian Program, a new series of charity bundles in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. AbleGamers had been selected as the first charity to be included in the program’s kick-off.
Ubisoft raised a final total of $171,183 for The AbleGamers Charity!
“We’re delighted with the success of the Sixth Guardian Program’s debut bundle! It’s so exciting to see the Rainbow Six Siege community come together to give so generously to The AbleGamers Charity, and we can’t wait to keep the momentum going with more opportunities for them to contribute to good causes in the future,” said Eric Pope, Senior Community Developer for Rainbow Six Siege.
“We love working with Ubisoft Montreal and the greater Ubisoft team to change the world. The community of Rainbow Six Siege supported gamers with disabilities in such a huge way,” said Steve Spohn, Chief Operations Officer & Director of Peer Counseling for The AbleGamers Charity. “We’re grateful to both the players and developers for enabling us to further our mission of making it #SoEveryoneCanGame and be a part of awesome communities like Rainbow Six. We’re excited and hopeful that industry leaders like Ubisoft will continue to support gamers with disabilities both in their games and beyond.”