Rainbow Six Siege Season 10 Pro League Finals to be held in Japan

The successful Season 9 Pro League Finals were recently held in Milan, Italy. Team Empire, the number one seed in Europe won the championship after two days of tense competition.

Following the event, Ubisoft has announced that Season 10 of the Rainbow Six Siege will be held in Tokoname, Japan.

The Rainbow Six Siege Pro League Finals being held in Japan marks the first time the finals have ever been held in Asia-Pacific. They will take place November 9 through 10 at the Aichi Sky Expo venue. T

Rainbow Six Siege Pro League Finals Japan

The announcement of the Rainbow Six Siege Pro League Finals in Japan comes hot on the heels of the announcement of the Six Major Raleigh.

Being held in Raleigh, North Carolina on August 12 through 18, the second annual Six Major will see 16 teams from around the world compete to be Major Champions.

In addition, the Six Major Raleigh will have a prize pool of $500,000 USD. The teams competing are;

  • Six Invitational 2019 Champions
    • G2 Esports (EU)
  • Eight Season IX Pro League Finalists
    • Evil Geniuses (NA)
    • DarkZero (NA)
    • Team Empire (EU)
    • LeStream Esport (EU)
    • FaZe Clan (LATAM)
    • Immortals (LATAM)
    • Fnatic (APAC)
    • Nora-Rengo (APAC)
  • Four Open Qualifier Winners
    • North America
    • Europe
    • Latin America
    • Asia-Pacific
  • Allied Esports Vegas Minor Champion
  • DreamHack Valencia Champions
  • One Host Country Invitee

The Season 8 APAC Finals were held in Japan but having the Pro League Finals for Season 10 in the region is a huge win. Two teams from each of the fou regions — Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and North America — will compete to be Pro League Champions.

While the event will be held in November, pre-sale tickets will be available on June 4, 2019. For more details, check the official website.

Rainbow Six Siege is available now.

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