Six Invitational 2019

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[e][h]Six Invitational 2019
League Information
Organizer:
ESL
Ubisoft
Sponsor:
Platform:
Game:
Type:
Offline
Location:
Canada Montreal
Venue:
Teams:
16
Prize pool:
$1,000,000 USD
Start Date:
2019-02-11
End Date:
2019-02-17
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Bank • Border • Clubhouse • Coastline • Consulate • Oregon • Villa

The Six Invitational 2019 is the first major Rainbow Six tournament of 2019 and the third iteration of the Six Invitational, featuring 16 teams from across the world fighting for a share of the +$1,000,000 USD prize pool in Montreal.

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  • Group Stage
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  • Playoffs
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$1,000,000 USD are spread among the teams as seen below:

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For "News and Roster Changes" Click here.

1 Because of Team Liquid's performance at the Pro League Season 7 Finals and both Europe and North America having an offline qualifying DreamHack event, Latin America was given a second online qualifying slot.[1]
2 October 25th - USA LaXInG is benched from Cloud9.[2]
3 October 30th - USA LaXInG eventually returns in Cloud9 active roster.[3]
4 November 17th - As G2 Esports is qualified through both winning the Six Major Paris and qualifying for the Pro League Season 8 - Finals, a second open qualifier slot is awarded to Europe.[4]

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