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The Rainbow Six Siege Jönköping Major to start on November 21

The tournament will see the top 16 teams from around the world playing in front of a live audience.

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Ubisoft has announced the start dates for the Rainbow Six: Siege Jönköping Major. Set to be held between November 21-27, the tournament will feature a live audience, and will see the top 16 teams from around the world all in attendance and competing for not just the title and some prize money, but also crucial Global Standings points that contribute and can determine if a team qualifies to the premier Six Invitational in early 2023.

As for the teams that will be in attendance, we're told that these organisations have qualified.

Asia-Pacific League:


  • Cyclops athlete gaming

  • SANDBOX Gaming

  • Dire Wolves

  • FURY

European League:


  • Team BDS

  • Wolves Esports

  • MNM Gaming

  • Heroic

Latin American League:


  • w7m esports

  • Team Liquid

  • FaZe Clan

  • Black Dragons

North American League:


  • Spacestation Gaming

  • TSM

  • Soniqs

  • Mirage Esports

As for the full schedule, which shows when individual teams will be competing, the Groups, and when the Playoffs will start (November 25), you can find that information at the Event Guide here.

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