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Rainbow Six Mobile is adding more servers in Mumbai to improve the experience for Indians

More Closed Beta servers are being tested in Mumbai by developers to provide a better game experience!

The Rainbow Six Mobile beta has been live for quite some time now. The closed beta was initially released in seven different regions. They are Canada, the US, Mexico, Brazil, Singapore, the Philippines, and India. India, one of the biggest mobile game players region, got its access as a region to the closed beta testing of Rainbow Six Mobile. Recently, Ubisoft announced that they would be adding more Rainbow Six Mobile servers in Mumbai to improve the players’ gameplay experience.

Since the release of the closed beta version, many Indian players have already pre-registered on Google Play Store to receive the invitation to the closed beta version of Rainbow Six Mobile.

Indian players have been actively participating in the Rainbow Six Mobile closed beta

Ubisoft has already sent out the fifth wave of invitations, and many more are coming. The participants of the beta are selected through random lotteries. The Indian community has shown an amazing response to the upcoming game.

Among all the active participation from the Indians, the recent announcement by Ubisoft is that new servers will be added in Mumbai to provide the players with a flawless gaming experience with better connectivity. 

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The pre-registration of the Rainbow Six Mobile beta is still ongoing. Android users interested in trying out the game can pre-register from Google Play Store. Ubisoft will send the invitations randomly as the participants will be selected through a lottery system.

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