TUNE IN TO THE TOM CLANCY’S RAINBOW SIX® ASIA-PACIFIC NOVEMBER SIX MAJOR
LONDON, UK — November 18th, 2020 — Today, Ubisoft® unveiled details about the upcoming Asia-Pacific November Six Major. The Major will be held online between 24th November to 29th November and will be split into three tournaments, tailored to the competitive structure of the Asia-Pacific region: the North Division and South Division, encompassing the South Asia and Oceania tournaments.
In the North Division tournament, the six top-ranking teams at the end of Stage 2 will battle each other in a single elimination bracket:
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In the South Asian tournament, the four best teams from the South Asian Nationals will also play in a single elimination bracket:
Lastly, in the Oceanic tournament, the top three teams from the Oceanic Nationals will compete in a single elimination tournament with Wildcard starting directly in the Grand Final:
The tournament will see the participants battle it out for the crown of their respective tournament as well as for a share of the USD $125,000 total prize pool.
To watch the Asia-Pacific November Six Major online, tune in on Twitch and YouTube on the following dates:
Tuesday, 24th November starting at 9am GMT:
North Division Quarter-Finals Game 1: FAV gaming vs Xavier Gaming
North Division Quarter-Finals Game 2: Cloud9 vs GUTS Gaming
Wednesday, 25th November starting at 9am GMT:
North Division first Semi-Final: CYCLOPS athlete gaming vs Cloud9 / GUTS Gaming
North Division second Semi-Final: Giants vs FAV gaming /Xavier Gaming
Thursday, 26th November starting at 8am GMT:
Oceanic Preliminary Final: Pittsburgh Knights vs Okami LFO
South Asia first Semi-Final: MercenarieZ vs MonkaS
South Asia second Semi-Final: Union Gaming vs L2K
Friday, 27th November starting at 11:30pm GMT:
South Asia Grand Final
Saturday, 28th November starting at 8am GMT:
Oceania Grand Final: Wildcard Gaming vs winner of preliminary Final
Sunday, 29th November starting at 9:30am GMT:
North Division Grand Final
The Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals, as well as the Oceanic preliminary Final, will be played using a best-of-three format; the Grand Finals, in turn, will be played in a best-of-five format.
All fans that choose to follow the streams on Twitch will be happy to learn that, following the tradition of the Six Major tournaments, in-game Charms will be available through Twitch Drops. Six levels of exclusive Charms will be included. More details on this can be found at rainbow6.com/APACNovemberSixMajor.
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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. Each regional league ties into a coherent global program, one unique race towards a qualification for the Six Invitational. 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 a new and 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. A notable exception to the global structure will be the first Season of 2020. As the transition and sunset of the legacy Pro League program, this year will shorten the program to only 2 stages with two Six Majors this year.
To learn more about Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Esports, please visit www.rainbow6.com and follow us at twitter.com/R6esports and instagram.com/R6esports.