Rainbow Six Siege Six Invitational 2020 starts on February 7, all details here

Ubisoft has announced details of the Rainbow Six Siege Six Invitational 2020 with all the action kicking off on February 7, 2020. Sixteen top teams from around the world will compete for the title of World Champion at the fourth edition of the Six Invitational. Beginning on February 7 and finishing on February 16 the Six Invitational is a celebration of all things Rainbow Six.

The event will again be held in Montreal, Canada (the city where Siege was born) and will feature esports action and more. Ubisoft is promising that Year 5 plans for Siege will also be announced.

The Six Invitational 2020 has the honour of setting a new record for the prize pool with $3,000,000 USD up for grabs in total. As we revealed recently, 30% of the proceeds from the Road to S.I. 2020 Battle Pass has been added to the prize pool.

Six Invitational 2020

The in-game event is currently live and will continue until February 16 for any players still wanting to get involved.

This year’s event will be held at Place Bell in Montreal and will include group stages, Playoffs and Finals. The group stages and first two days of the playoffs are not open to the public, however the final two days of Playoffs and the finals will be.

The teams competing are;

  • 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)

Two Australian teams — Wildcard Gaming and FNATIC — will be competing so, Aussie fans, make sure you tune in on Twitch, YouTube or Mixer to cheer them on.

Finally, the Six Invitational 2020 will host the Road to S.I. – Creators Cup. This will see Siege content creators competing for a $20,000 CAD charity prize pool. Every Sunday from January 26 through February 9, fans can tune into creators’ Twitch channels to see who will make up the two teams competing.

This year’s Six Invitational looks to be bigger and better than ever. Make sure you tune in to support the Aussies and to find out all about Year 5.

Leo Stevenson
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