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Clubhouse

From Liquipedia Rainbow Six Wiki
[e][h]Clubhouse
Map Information
Creator:
Location:
Released:
Launch (2015-12-01)
Map buff:
Para Bellum (2018-06-07)
2nd Map buff:
Crystal Guard (2021-09-07)
Playlists:
Casual
Ranked
Competitive
Day/Night Variant:
Both
Links
Esports Statistics
Win rate:
ATK: 44.56% (13087)
DEF: 55.44% (16282)

Overview[edit]

This map depicts an assault on a biker gang clubhouse. Featuring a full bar, gaming tables and leather furniture, this mixed interior/exterior layout offers a host of interesting tactical possibilities for both attacker and defender.

Clubhouse is one of the maps included with the original release of Rainbow Six Siege. During the year 3 panel at the Six Invitational 2018 it was announced that Clubhouse was one of the maps that will receive a small rework in the form of a map buff. The map buff was released as a part of the Operation Para Bellum expansion on June 7th, 2018.

Attacker Spawn Locations[edit]

  • A - Main Entrance
  • B - Shipping Docks
  • C - Warehouse
  • D - Construction Site

Defender Spawn Locations[edit]

As the only mode used in competitions, the Bomb situation offers two defendable objectives for defenders, compared to one for both the Hostage and the Secure Area situation.

Bomb[edit]

  • 1 - 2nd Floor Bedroom and 2nd Floor Gym
  • 2 - 2nd Floor Cash Room and 2nd Floor CCTV Room
  • 3 - 1st Floor Bar and 1st Floor Stock Room
  • 4 - Basement Church and Basement Arsenal Room

Hostage[edit]

  • 1 - 2nd Floor Bedroom
  • 2 - 2nd Floor Cash Room
  • 3 - 1st Floor Strip Club
  • 4 - Basement Church

Secure Area[edit]

  • 1 - 2nd Floor Bedroom
  • 2 - 1st Floor Garage
  • 3 - 1st Floor Bar
  • 4 - Basement Arsenal Room

Trivia[edit]

  • This map seems to be based on the Angels Place in Hanover. Logos and motocycles also give a clear reference to the Hells Angels, a worldwide motorcycle club, linked to organized crime.

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