Ubisoft announced more details for the Six Invitational 2020, with the selection of the top sixteen Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege teams who will compete for title of World Champion! Now in its fourth edition, fans, professional players, developers and content creators will all come together to celebrate the game. In Montreal, Canada, the birth city of the game, the Six Invitational 2020 from 7 to 16 February will also feature exclusive insights into Year 5 Plans for Rainbow Six Siege from the development team.
This year’s championship will have a new record prize pool cap of $3,000,000, with an additional 30% from all revenue from the “Road to S.I. 2020” Battle Pass contributing to that. Be sure to join in the in-game event which will be available until 16 February 2020!
Meanwhile, attend the Six Invitational 2020 at the Place Bell, Montreal, Canada from 7 to 16 February. Learn the complete run of show and Event Guide at the official website. The daily competition schedule is as follows:
- February 7-9: Offline Group stage starts (not open to public)
- February 11-12: First two days of the Offline* Playoffs take place
- Friday, February 14 (11:30am EST) to Sunday, February 16 (9:00pm EST): Last two days of the Playoffs and the Finals will take place at the venue
You can watch all the matches, from group stages to finals, on Twitch, YouTube, and Mixer. As mentioned, there will be announcements on Rainbow Six Siege‘s Year 5 game updates. This will include news on the upcoming Operation, insights from the development team and on the esports scene itself.
Below is the complete list of the sixteen teams who will compete for the Rainbow Six Year 4 World Champion title at the Six Invitational 2020, namely those who qualified through previous victories via official Rainbow Six esports programs.
- Winners of the Six Major Raleigh: Team Empire (Europe)
- Winners of the DreamHack Montreal: TSM (North America)
- Pro League Season X Finals: Giants Gaming (Asia-Pacific)
- Pro League Season X Finals: Wildcard Gaming (Asia-Pacific)
- Pro League Season X Finals: Rogue (Europe)
- Pro League Season X Finals: Natus Vincere (Europe)
- Pro League Season X Finals: FaZe Clan (Latin America)
- Pro League Season X Finals: Ninjas in Pyjamas (Latin America)
- Pro League Season X Finals: DarkZero Esports (North America)
- Pro League Season X Finals: Team Reciprocity (North America)
- OGA PIT Minor: Team Liquid (Latin America)
- European Online Qualifier: BDS esport
- North American Online Qualifier: Spacestation Gaming
- Latin American Online Qualifier: MIBR
- Asia-Pacific Online Qualifier: Fnatic
- Invited: G2 Esports (Europe)
That’s not all! There will also be Road to SI – Creator’s Cup. Your favourite creators from around the world will be competing for a $20,000 CAD charity prize pool. Every Sunday from 26 January to 9 February, tune in to all participating Creators’ Twitch channels to learn the two teams competing onstage at the event on 14 February. More information is still to come.