With Rainbow Six Siege‘s new Sixth Guardian Program, the community has raised over $143,000 to benefit The AbleGamers Charity.
Launched alongside Operation Neon Dawn, Ubisoft introduced the Sixth Guardian bundle to directly support charity groups through an in-game bundle in Rainbow Six Siege. And with the Doc Sixth Guardian Bundle, the Siege community has raised $143,112 US dollars so far.
The AbleGamers charity, founded in 2004, has been helping players with disabilities in playing video games through the use of customized equipment like adaptive controllers, ensuring no one feels left out.
A HUGE thank you to the @Rainbow6Game community and team for this amazing support. We can’t wait to show you how big of an impact this funding will have on our mission this year!– AbleGamers Charity
The 1st edition of the Sixth Guardian program contains a headgear, uniform, weapon skin, and a weapon charm for the healer Operator Doc, all tailored in collaboration with AbleGamers and themed around their white and orange logo.
“So proud of our Rainbow6Game community for having raised $143K at the bundle’s mid-way point for AbleGamers. I honestly did cry when I found out,” announced Karen Lee, lead community developer for Rainbow Six Siege and creator of the Sixth Guardian program.
The Doc Sixth Guardian Bundle will still be available until Operation Neon Dawn ends. So, if you haven’t purchased it yet, you can do it from the Rainbow Six Siege in-game store with 1200 R6 Credits.