6/15/2020

North American League Guide

As previously announced, this year of Rainbow Six Esports comes with its share of exciting changes for our new Rainbow Six Circuit. The following guide will provide more details on the North American League and its US and Canada Divisions.

Our inaugural season kicks off June 22nd, tune in to be a part of our Rainbow Six Esports community and cheer on the teams you love.

With just a week before we kick off this new program, let’s take a look at everything you need to know about how you can get in on the action!

United States Division

Canada Division

US Challenger League

  • PogChamp
  • SPIKER
  • RentFree
  • Oblation
  • Bruh
  • The Last Dance
  • Joe Esports
  • The Favelas

Canada Challenger League

  • Team Rose
  • Les Cornets
  • Oceanus Gaming
  • Axios
  • Honor
  • Team Madness
  • Valors
  • Code 6

V2 R6E June12 TALENT

We are proud and excited to announce the North American League talent line up!

Host: Jacki Jing

Analysts: Loviel 'Velly' Cardwell and Jesse Chick

Commentators: Parker 'Interro' Mackay, Michael 'KiXSTAr' Stockley, John 'Blu' Mullen, Samuel 'Stoax' Stewart

North American League Prize Pools

The prize pool for the US Division’s premier season is $250,000 USD. The Canada Division’s premier season will have a $90,000 USD prize pool to claim.

Here’s the prize pool breakdown:

US DIVISION STAGES 1 & 2 ($50,000 USD Each Stage)

  • 1st Place: 30%
  • 2nd Place: 16%
  • 3rd Place: 14%
  • 4th Place: 12%
  • 5th Place: 10%
  • 6th Place: 8%
  • 7th Place: 6%
  • 8th Place: 4%

US DIVISION FINALS ($150,000 USD)

  • 1st Place: 50%
  • 2nd Place: 30%
  • 3rd Place: 10%
  • 4th Place: 10%

CANADA DIVISION STAGE 1 & 2 ($20,000 Each Stage)

  • 1st Place: 40%
  • 2nd Place: 24%
  • 3rd Place: 20%
  • 4th Place: 16%

CANADA DIVISION FINALS ($50,000)

  • 1st Place: 60%
  • 2nd Place: 40%

North American Challenger League Prize Pools

The US Division Challenger League will have a $54,000 USD prize pool, and the Canada Division Challenger League will have a$18,000 USD prize pool.

Here’s how those prize pools will be broken down:

US Division Challenger League Stage 1 & 2 ($27,000 USD Each Stage):

  • 1st Place: 30%
  • 2nd Place: 16%
  • 3rd/4th Place: 12%
  • 5th/6th Place: 10%
  • 7th/8th Place: 5%

Canada Division Challenger League Stage 1 & 2 ($9,000 USD Each Stage):

  • 1st Place: 30%
  • 2nd Place: 16%
  • 3rd/4th Place: 12%
  • 5th/6th Place: 10%
  • 7th/8th Place: 5%

R6E NAL SCHEDULE V3-B

June 15th: The US Division Draw at 6:00 PM EDT

June 22nd - July 22nd: Stage One Playdays for the US Division every Monday and Wednesday at 6:00 PM EDT

June 26th - July 24th: Stage One Playdays for the Canada Division every Friday at 6:00 PM EDT

June 26th - July 24th: Stage One Playdays for the US and Canada Challenger Leagues every Friday directly following the Canada Division playday.

  • Coastline
  • Kafe Dostoyevsky
  • Clubhouse
  • Consulate
  • Villa
  • Theme Park
  • Oregon

Iana and Oryx have finished their three-month grace period and will now be added to the North American League operator pool.

The following uniform and headgear cosmetics are whitelisted for use in competition:

  • Pilot Program 1 & 2 team skins
  • Pro League Gold Sets
  • Default Skins
  • Future Phase 3 Esport Skins

All other uniforms and headgear are banned from competitive play. There are no restrictions on weapon skins or charms.

Make sure to follow @R6esportsNA, @R6EsportsEU, @R6EsportsAPAC and @Rainbow6LATAM on Twitter to get the latest news on the new Rainbow Six Circuit! For a behind the scenes look, be sure to follow us on Instagram, Don't forget to join us on June 15th for the US Division Draw! As a reminder, the first North American playday kicks off June 22nd at 6:00 PM EDT. You can catch all the action at twitch.tv/rainbow6.

Visit Other Social Channels

facebook icontwitter iconyoutube icontwitch icon