A Tweet from @ESLRainbowSix told fans to tune in following EU play day #4 for the direct invite reveal and the group stage seeding show.
Most fans were primarily eager to find out which team would be revealed as the last confirmed team attending.
G2 Esports have not returned to their previous dominant form, instead going through a roster change, but will be looking to defend their Invitational crown.
The first Major of 2020 will see fifteen other teams including Team Empire, Giants Gaming, Team Liquid and Fnatic.
In the list of teams missing the event are Team Secret, Team Vitality, Evil Geniuses and Chaos Esports Club.
The wait is almost over.— ESL Rainbow Six (@ESLRainbowSix) January 13, 2020
Join us on Wednesday to finally find out who gets invited to the #SixInvitational 2020.
But even more importantly, the group stage seeding show will be done live, right in front of your eyes! pic.twitter.com/gdu0zu7VqP
Teams were placed into the following seeding pots, with the invited team, G2 Esports, automatically placed into Group D:
Pot One: Giants Gaming, Natus Vincere, Team Empire, Team Reciprocity
Pot Two: DarkZero Esports, Rogue, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Wildcard Gaming
Pot Three: FaZe Clan,TSM, Team Liquid, BDS Esport
Pot Four: Fnatic, Spacestation Gaming, MIBR
The following groups were drawn:
Group A: Team Empire, DarkZero Esports, FaZe Clan, Fnatic
Group B: Natus Vincere, Rogue, TSM, Spacestation Gaming
Group C: Giants Gaming, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Team Liquid, MIBR
Group D: Team Reciprocity, Wildcard Gaming, BDS Esport, G2 Esports
The Six Invitational will take place from 7-16th February at the Place Bell in Montreal, Canada. Ubisoft are set to once again offer an initial $500,000 prize pool alongside possible crowdfunding up to two million USD.