One of the best online tactical games Rainbow Six Siege from Ubisoft is getting its marketplace. Aside from games developed by Valve or listed on Steam, there hasn’t been an official marketplace to sell virtual items.
Recently, Ubisoft unveiled the closed beta of the Tom Clancy Rainbow Six Siege marketplace, where players can sell in-game items or purchase their favorite skins from other players. Below you will find a brief guide about the new marketplace and how to register for the beta access.
Rainbow Six Siege Market Place Beta Sign Up & Details
The prices of the skins listed on the store are fixed, and occasionally discounted, but with the marketplace, the value of the skins might fluctuate based on demand. Currently, only a limited number of people are allowed to buy or sell items in the marketplace as it is still in the beta phase.
Players can attempt to sign up for a chance to participate in the beta marketplace. To do so, visit the official website and sign in with your Ubisoft account. Afterward, select the register button and await official confirmation via email.
The marketplace will function similarly to the Steam marketplace: a buyer can list an item and the price they are willing to pay, and the system will find a suitable seller offering the same price. Similarly, sellers can list their items for sale at a certain price, and the system will find a suitable buyer willing to pay that amount.
The Ubisoft marketplace incurs a 10% platform fee, while Steam charges a 13.03% platform fee. This means that if you sell an item for 100R6 credits, you will receive 90R6 credits in your wallet. Not all items will be tradable or marketable, and you can only list items that are. Items from the current season will only become marketable once the season ends.
You can post upto 5 different purchase and 5 different sale orders at a time in the marketplace. The orders will remain active for 30 days and in the meantime if the system find any suitable buyer or seller, you items will be sold or bought.