Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six® Invitational 2023 kicks off February 7

Ubisoft announced today that the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six® Invitation 2023 From February 7 to 19 in Montreal, Canada. Capping off a competitive year in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, this event will see the top 20 teams from the past year compete for the world title and a prize pool of $3,000,000. THE six invitations is more than just a competition. It’s a celebration of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and an opportunity to unveil news about the future of gaming and the esports scene.

For the first time since six invitations In 2020, the event will be open to the public for the last three days of the event, February 17-19 at Place Bell in Laval, Canada. The event will feature a variety of fan activities, including check-in stops for the game’s new season, meet and greets with members of the Rainbow Six Siege development team, meet and greets with professional players, a merchandise shop, etc. .

The event is divided into 3 different phases:

  • Group stage: 7-11 February – Behind closed doors.​
  • Playoffs Part 1: February 13-15 – Behind closed doors.
  • Playoffs Part 2 & Grand Finals: February 17-19 – Open to the public.

After a long season, 16 teams qualified for the tournament by accumulating points in their respective regional leagues and the Six Majors. The final 4 teams secured their spot through the Last Chance Regional Qualifiers. Here are the 20 teams participating in the Six invites 2023 will compete:

From the Asia-Pacific League:

  • elevator
  • Cyclops athlete games
  • Dire Wolves (Qualifying)

From the European League:

  • The BDS Team
  • Wolves Esports
  • KOI
  • G2 Esports
  • heroic
  • MNM Games
  • Team Secret (Qualifying)

From the North American League:

  • DarkZero Esports
  • astralis
  • M80
  • Oxygen Esports
  • soniqs
  • Spacestation Gaming (Qualifying)

From the Latin American League:

  • w7m esports
  • TeamLiquid
  • FaZe-Clan
  • LOS ONE (Qualifier)

More information on Six invites 2023such as details on the competition format, venue activities, schedules, watch parties and more, can be found in the event guide:

For more information on Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six esports, visit:

Additionally, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six esports-related updates are available on the following channels: And

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