The Rainbow Six Invitational 2023 kicks off tomorrow, February 7, and it will feature 20 of the world’s best teams face off in Canada.
Specifically, the Six Invitational is the main event of the Rainbow Six Siege competitive year. This year’s event will happen in Montreal and Laval in Canada from February 7 to 19. There, the top 20 teams will compete for glory and for the lion’s share of the USD 3 million prize pool.
It has been a while since the Invitational was open to the public, and finally, the 2023 event will be open to fans during its final 3 days at Place Bell in Laval, Canada. There, players can expect not only to watch exciting esports action but also enjoy lots of activities, including demo booths, meet & greets, and more.
The Invitational will be split into 3 different 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
Meanwhile, here is the full list of teams that will play in the Invitational:
- 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 info on the Rainbow Six Invitational 2023, visit the official website.