Ubisoft has announced that the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Invitational 2023 will be taking place from February 7 to 19, 2023, in Montreal and Laval, Canada.
The event will see the top 20 teams worldwide compete for the title of World Champions and $3,000,000 prize pool, and is a moment of celebration for the game, featuring updates on the future of Rainbow Six Siege.
For the first time since 2020, the final 3 days of the event will be open to the public and will take place at Place Bell in Laval, Canada. The event will feature several activities on-site for fans to enjoy, including demo booths to try the new season of the game, meet & greet sessions with members of the Rainbow Six Siege Dev Team, meet & greet sessions with professional players, a merch store, and more!
The Rainbow Six Invitational 2023 will be split in3 phases:
- Group Stage: from February 7 to 11 – Not open to the public.
- Playoffs Part 1: from February 13 to 15 – Not open to the public.
- Playoffs Part 2 & Grand Final: from February 17 to 19 – Open to the public, at Place Bell.
Here are the 20 teams that will compete at the Six Invitational 2023:
- w7m esports (Latin America)
- Team BDS (Europe)
- Wolves Esports (Europe)
- DarkZero Esports (North America)
- Team Liquid (LATAM)
- Astralis (North America)
- KOI (Europe)
- M80 (North America)
- Oxygen Esports (North America)
- G2 Esports (Europe)
- FaZe Clan (Latin America)
- Soniqs (North America)
- Heroic (Europe)
- MNM Gaming (Europe)
- Elevate (Asia-Pacific)
- Cyclops athlete gaming (Asia-Pacific)
- Dire Wolves (Asia-Pacific Qualifiers)
- Team Secret (European Qualifiers)
- LOS ONE (Latin American Qualifiers)
- Spacestation Gaming (North American Qualifiers)
For more details about the event, you can visit the official Six Invitational 2023 website.