3 Rainbow Six Siege Tournaments to Bet on

Rainbow Six Siege has hosted many successful tournaments since its inception in 2015. Every season there are updates to keep the gameplay fresh and exciting, with new maps, operators, and other improvements being released.

To this day there are still many competitions ongoing, both online and offline that you can bet on. But the largest tournaments are where you can see some of the best players in the world go head to head in front of hundreds of thousands of live viewers.

Here are some of the biggest tournaments dedicated to Rainbow Six Siege!

The Six Invitational

The Six Invitational is the annual tournament hosted by the game’s publisher, Ubisoft. The tournament gathers the best teams from around the world to compete for the title of World Champions of Siege.

The tournament is held over a period of 9 days, consisting of group stages, followed by playoffs. Those who succeed continue to progress on a knockout basis. Beginning with 16 teams, the winners compete to win the main prize pool, and be crowned the World Champions for that year.

The Six Major

The Six Majors, as well as the regional leagues, are part of the journey towards a qualification to the Six Invitational, which means that tensions are extremely high throughout the tournament.

The 2020 Six Major had been scheduled to take place in North America. Ubisoft made the decision to transform it from a LAN event, to an online tournament due to covid19.

In addition to qualifying for the Six Invitational, teams are also competing for their share of a healthy prize pool as an added bonus!

Pro League

Rainbow Six Pro League is another classic event in the realm of Siege. Attracting the best teams from all around the globe to compete in tournaments in each region. These regions are North America, Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific.

Regional battles serve as a prerequisite to decide which top 8 teams will be competing in to win their share of the prize money. Unfortunately, the Pro League Finals were also cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus. But regional winners consisted of the likes of Rogue in the EU, and SSG in North America. 

If you’re a fan of siege you can expect a jam-packed year of tournaments to keep you entertained. Hopefully we’ll get to see the Pro League return to its former glory in 2021. Make sure you’ve done your research, so you know who to place your bets on when the tournaments are back!

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