Action in the Six Invitational may be over, but it’s already time to kick off the new season of the Rainbow Six Pro League. North American teams Evil Geniuses and Ronin – formerly known as Onslaught – will get season 7 started tonight, with teams Asia-Pacific, Europe, and Latin America starting later in the week.
Find out what changes are on the way for Rainbow Six Siege esports.
Season 7 starts the third year of the Pro League, and serves as a transition point between the three month seasons and the six month seasons set to begin in June. The top eight teams in regional finals this season will meet at a grand final in the US, and details on that event are set to be revealed soon.
Here’s what to expect from the early action of season 7.
North America (Mondays at 17:00 PST):
- Group A – March 12th
- Evil Geniuses vs. Ronin Esports
- eRa Eternity vs. Spacestation Gaming
- Group B – March 19th
- Rogue vs. Counter Logic Gaming
- SK Gaming vs. Bird University
Latin America (Wednesdays at 18:00 BRT):
- Group A – March 14th
- Black Dragons e-Sports vs. RED Canids
- Team oNe eSports vs. Bootkamp Gaming
- Group B – March 21st
- FaZe Clan vs. YeaH! Gaming
- Team Liquid vs. BRK e-Sports
Europe (Thursdays at 19:00 CET):
- Group A – March 15th
- PENTA Spots vs. Team Vitality
- Team Oplon vs. Millenium
- Group B – March 22nd
- Digital Chaos vs. Supremacy
- ENCE eSports vs. 1UPeSport
The global finals will take place May 19 and 20. Rainbow Six Siege is continuing to hit new player count records with the launch of Operation Chimera, and it seems the esports scene is continuing to meet similar success, with the Six Invitational having reached nearly 9 million viewers.