Starting tomorrow, Rainbow Six Siege brings its long-awaited November Six Major esports event across four major regions.
November Six Major
As one of the top esports around the world, Rainbow Six Siege continues to grow, launching multiple majors per year. Now, the time approaches for the November Six Major, one of the top esports events to close out the year in the competitive divisions.
After the Six August 2020 Major began the change of regional competitions due to the global pandemic, Ubisoft saw the success and brought it back for the next major. As such, the November Six Major will be split into four regional events.
Latin-America’s event runs from tomorrow, October 30 to the Sunday. Europe’s competition takes place the weekend of November 6 to November 8. North America holds the Rainbow Six Siege esports tournament the next weekend on November 13. Finally, the Asia Pacific teams will compete in the last weekend from November 25 to November 29.
The Ubisoft team definitely shows how much it wants to grow R6 esports with new content added on top of the November Six Major. Just last month, Rainbow Six Siege esports saw support with the addition of the R6 Share program, which helps fund teams through in-game skin purchases. More importantly, September 10 saw the announcement of the Rainbow Six World Cup, a global esports competition.
Following the November Six Major, all that’s left is the peak of R6 esports competition, the Six Invitational in February. Qualifiers for the event take place in January. Until then, this is the last big chance for Rainbow Six Siege esports teams to earn points in the league.
Written by Justin Amin
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