San Antonio Spurs great Tony Parker is an avid esports …

San Antonio Spurs great Tony Parker is an avid esports fan and is set to be the ambassador for the first Rainbow Six World Cup 2021. According to the website, the event will feature players from 45 countries and regions across the world will compete at the highest level to become the one team that will make history by bringing home the very first Rainbow Six World Cup trophy.
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