Here are all the Six Invitational 2023 teams
Here are the sixteen confirmed teams for the Six Invitational 2023. Four more teams can still qualify via regional qualifiers.
The Six Invitational 2023 will feature the best Rainbow Six Siege teams in the world and most of them have already been decided. The Six Invitational 2023 is the R6 esports circuit for 2023 with a total of twenty teams in attendance. Here are all the teams for the Six Invitational 2023
Six Invitational 2023 teams
The Six Invitational 2023 kicks off in February 2023 and will take place at Place Bell in Montreal. With twenty teams in competition, sixteen teams have already been finalized based on the global standings this year.
- W7m esports
- Oyxgen esports
- DarkZero esports
- Wolves esports
- G2 esports
- Team BDS
- FaZe Clan
- MNM Gaming
- Team Liquid
- CYCLOPS Athlete Gaming
In addition to these sixteen teams, the Six Invitational 2023 will also feature four additional teams. These remaining four teams will have an opportunity to qualify for the event via regional qualifiers.
There are four regional qualifiers, one for each region:
- Asia Pacific Qualifier
- European Qualifier
- North American Qualifier
- Latin American Qualifier
What is the Six Invitational 2023 format?
The Six Invitational 2023 will feature a single-stage group stage. The event will then feature a double-elimination format in the playoffs.
While the tournament prize pool is yet to be announced, the first-placed team will receive 33% of the total prize pool. The runners-up will get 15% of the total prize money.
The Six Invitational 2023 will broadcast live on Twitch.
The Six Jönköping Major 2022 is currently underway in Sweden with a $500,000 prize pool. The tournament is currently in its playoffs with the final four teams in contention. At the time of writing, the final four teams include Soniqs, Team BDS, W7m esports and Team Liquid. The Grand Finals will take place on November 27 with the winner receiving the lion’s share ($200,000) of the prize pool.
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