Six Masters 2020

Boasting a massive prize pool of $50,000 AUD the 2020 Six Masters will see the top 8 teams in the region compete in an intense round robin, fighting to secure their spot to the finals. After the first stage, the top four teams will advance to the playoff!


For the first time ever, Six Masters will be broadcasted in its entirety on the main Rainbow 6 channel. Kicking off on Tuesday 28th April, you can catch all the action on twitch.tv/rainbow6

Matches & Schedule

Standings

Ranking
Team
Points
Wins
Losses
1
Wildcard
39
13
1
2
Sinister
30
10
4
3
Okami LFO
27
9
5
4
Pittsburgh Knights
18
6
8
5
LFO
18
6
8
6
Team Ferox
18
6
8
7
Elevate
15
5
9
8
Kanga
3
1
13

Progression

Open Qualifier

  • Teams fight in a fierce open cup to secure the only remaining spot
  • The winner enters Six Masters 2020 and joins the 7 invited teams

Groupstage

  • Each Team faces each otheronce within a Season
  • Playdays are every Tuesday & Wednesday starting from April 28th all the way through to June 10th
  • Top 4 advance to the Finals

Prizes

Position Prize
medal_gold_3.png 1st $15,000
medal_silver_3.png 2nd $11,000
medal_bronze_3.png 3rd $8,000
medal_grey.png 4th $6,000
medal_grey.png 5th $4,000
medal_grey.png 6th $3,000
medal_grey.png 7th $2,000
medal_grey.png 8th $1,000

Tournament Information

Format

  • All 8 teams will verse each other throughout the round robin season.
  • Each series is a Best of 2 where each map is worth 3 points. Maps cannot end in draws.

Map Veto System

  • The map veto is done once per series.
  • A coin flip is done to determine who is Team A and Team B.
  • Both teams ban one map each and then pick one map each. The team that didn't pick the map chooses starting sides. The team that did pick the map chooses starting Overtime sides.
  • Map Pool: Border, Coastline, Consulate, Club House, Kafe Dostoyevsky, Theme Park and Villa.