The Upcoming Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Major Will Take Place in Sweden from November 8-14

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Six Sweden Major

Today, Ubisoft announced that the next Six Major in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege would take place in Gävle, Sweden, from November 8 to 14.

Following the same competitive format as the recent Six Mexico Major, the Six Sweden Major Group Stage will take place from November 8 to 10, moving to the Playoffs from November 12 to 14. In this final showdown, teams will compete for the title, prize money, and the last chance at earning points in the Global Standings to qualify for the Six Invitational 2022.

With the well-being of pro players, staff, and partners as the main priority, the Six Sweden Major will be held following strict sanitary measures, as a LAN event with no on-site audience, and following guidelines from health organizations and local authorities.

To celebrate the Six Major and allow fans to support their favorite teams, a new operator bundle is now available for purchase in-game. 30% of the net revenue from these items will contribute to the prize pool of the competition, up to a cap of $500,000.

The final details for the Six Sweden Major are still being finetuned and will be shared at a later date. More information on the Six Sweden Major can be found here.

About the Rainbow Six Esports Global Program:
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege’s Esports includes 4 main regions, Europe, North America, Latin America, and Asia-Pacific. All four regions run in parallel their own dedicated regional leagues, all feeding into one unique and global race towards a qualification for the Six Invitational, the pinnacle of the Rainbow Six Siege competitive year. As teams across the four regions face-off in regional and global competitions featuring 3 Majors and regional leagues, they will be ranked based on an in-depth point system that rewards sustained performance. Each competitive Season runs for nearly a year, from March through the following February. Each Season will be divided into 4 quarters. The first three quarters correspond to the 3 “Stages” of the regional leagues and conclude with a Six Major bringing together 16 of the world’s best teams – four per region across the four regions. Each stage awards prize money and points for the Global Standings. The Global Standings determine the sixteen teams earning a spot to the annual Six Invitational. Following the 3 stages, the last quarter of the season will be dedicated to regional finals and relegations. The season will then conclude with the Six Invitational that will crown the world’s best team. Four additional teams will also have a chance to qualify for the Six Invitational through Regional Open Qualifiers, making the Six Invitational a 20-team competition.