If you’re a fan of Rainbow Six Siege‘s competitive scene, you’ll be pleased to know that the next important event in the Siege esports calendar is almost here. Ubisoft has just confirmed that the next Rainbow Six Siege Major is being held in Berlin. This will see 16 teams battle it out for the Berlin Major title, some prize money, and important Global Standings points – which help them qualify for the next Six Invitational in 2023.
The Rainbow Six Siege Berlin Major will take place from August 15 to August 21 and competition will be, as you might expect if you’re a fan, split into three stages.
The first stage, the Group Stages, will take place from August 15 to August 17 behind closed doors. Then, Ubisoft will host the Playoff Stage and Grand Final in the Theater am Potsdamer Platz in front of a live audience. The Playoffs will take place on August 18 and August 20, and then the Grand Finals will kick off on August 21. If you’re excited, you’ll be pleased to know that tickets are available now.
So, for those wanting to travel to the event, you can purchase tickets from Ticketmaster here.
Berlin, Berlin, das Major kommt nach BERLIN!
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Rainbow Six Siege’s esports is divvied up into four regions: Europe, North America, Latin America, and Asia-Pacific. All four regions have leagues that run simultaneously, with every team competing for a place in the epic Rainbow Six Siege Invitational. However, the teams don’t just compete in regional leagues – there are also three Majors held throughout the year, where four teams from each region battle it out for vital points in the Global Standings.
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So, it’s a bit of an understatement to say that this upcoming Rainbow Six Siege Major in Berlin is an important tournament. For players and teams from around the world, it’s a fantastic chance to showcase talent and get some points on the board before the huge 20-team Invitational kicks off later in the season.
To get clued up on the Rainbow Six Siege ranks ahead of any competition, check out our guide here. If you want to know more about how things started, you can check out our Rainbow Six Siege esports history here.