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Pro League concludes in EU and NA, teams confirmed for Finals

As the Pro League concludes in both Europe and North America, many of the favourites are not through to the Finals in Tokoname.
DarkZero Esports and Team Reciprocity topped the Rainbow Six Siege Pro League Season 10 in North America while Natus Vincere and Giants Gaming will be representing Europe in the Finals.

Giants Gaming picked up their second R6 roster back in August, promoting them as their main team while keeping the Spanish project as 'Giants Spain' to compete in the Spain Nationals. Natus Vincere was a dark horse that has made it to the Finals by a length ahead of many more likely candidates.

The absence of Six Raleigh Major winners Team Empire, Six Invitational 2019 champions G2 Esports and Pro League Season 9 Finalists Evil Geniuses sees multiple top teams and strong performers absent this Pro League Finals.

Latin America sees Ninjas in Pyjamas and FaZe Clan qualify for the Finals while MIBR, formerly Immortals before a transfer to the iconic Brazilian brand, seek to avoid relegation tomorrow in the final games of the Season.

The Asia Pacific region will also be sending two teams to the Season 10 Finals in Tokoname via a single elimination bracket LAN event run over the 19-20th October weekend in Sydney.

Every team that has qualified for the Season 10 Finals have also earned a spot at the Six Invitational 2020 and will join Team Empire, thanks to their Raleigh Major victory, and DreamHack Montreal champions Team SoloMid. The winner of OGA PIT Season 3 will also earn a spot at the Invitational next year.

All of the Pro League Season 10 Finals action will kick off 9th November at the Aichi Sky Expo in Tokoname, Japan as the eight teams clash for a total prize pool of $626,000.

The live broadcast for all of the games will be on the official Rainbow6 Twitch channel.