Rainbow Six Siege esports continues despite COVID-19; Wildcard wins Six Masters 2020 and advances to Six August 2020 Major

Ubisoft recently held the Six Masters 2020 finals and Wildcard took the win, coming out on top over Okami LFO. Wildcard received $15,000 AUD and a guaranteed place at the Six August 2020 Major.

Okami LFO defeated Pittsburgh Knights in the lower bracket final on July 5. A best of five Grand Final against Wildcard proved too much for Okami LFO with Wildcard winning back to back matches to claim the win.

The end of this season of the Six Masters signifies the transition to the Oceanic Nationals which was announced earlier in the year.

Rainbow Six Siege Esports

Pittsburgh Knights and Okami LFO also qualify for the Six August 2020 Major, This Oceanic, online event will take place from August 3 through 9. Okami LFO and Pittsburgh Knights will battle in a best of three match to determine who will face Wildcard in the best of five final.

A separate $30,000 USD prize pool for the Six August 2020 Major will be split;

  • 1st place: $15,000 USD (~$21,000 AUD)
  • 2nd place: $9,000 (~$13,500 AUD)
  • 3rd place: $6,000 (~$8500 AUD)

Finally, Ubisoft has released this statement on the regional leagues and Six Majors.

As the regional leagues and the Six Majors are part of the journey towards a qualification to the Six Invitational, the revamp of the Six August 2020 Major has also led to adjustments to the way points for the Global Standings will be distributed during Stage 1.

Global Points in APAC will be distributed as per the table below.

Stage 1 – Asia-Pacific Top 8

1stNorth Division 1st510
2ndNorth Division 2nd390
3rdOceania 1st330
4thSouth Asia 1st275
5thNorth Division 3rd225
6thNorth Division 4th180
7thNorth Division 5th140
8thNorth Division 6th115
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