Rainbow Six Siege’s Six Invitational 2020 starts February

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Aussie team Fnatic is competing for a share of a prize pool cap totalling $3,000,000.

Sixteen teams including Aussie team Fnatic will compete for the World Championship title in the Six Invitational 2020, Ubisoft recently detailed.

Taking place between 7-16 February in Montreal, Canada, top Rainbow Six Siege teams will duke it out over a prize pool cap of $3,000,000 at the same time as Ubisoft details Year 5 of the game.

A full list of competing teams is as follows:

  • Asia-Pacific Online Qualifier: Fnatic
  • Winners of the Six Major Raleigh: Team Empire (Europe)
  • Winners of the DreamHack Montreal: TSM (North America)
  • Pro League Season X Finals: Giants Gaming (Asia-Pacific)
  • Pro League Season X Finals: Wildcard Gaming (Asia-Pacific)
  • Pro League Season X Finals: Rogue (Europe)
  • Pro League Season X Finals: Natus Vincere (Europe)
  • Pro League Season X Finals: FaZe Clan (Latin America)
  • Pro League Season X Finals: Ninjas in Pyjamas (Latin America)
  • Pro League Season X Finals: DarkZero Esports (North America)
  • Pro League Season X Finals: Team Reciprocity (North America)
  • OGA PIT Minor: Team Liquid (Latin America)
  • European Online Qualifier: BDS esport
  • North American Online Qualifier: Spacestation Gaming
  • Latin American Online Qualifier: MIBR
  • Invited: G2 Esports (Europe)

Fans will be able to view all Six Invitational 2020 matches live on Twitch, YouTube and Mixer.

While Year 5 plans haven’t been detailed as yet, reports suggest big changes ahead.

Rainbow Six: Siege is available now on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.