After being pushed back from December last year, the Rainbow Six Siege European League 2020 season will come to a close this week.
The European League finals will see the four best teams across the 2020 season compete to become European League Champion, following the finals for the North American, Asia-Pacific and Latin American leagues.
It’s the last major competition for Europe ahead of the Six Invitational in February, where top teams from around the world will compete to become world champion.
Need a Siege fix beforehand? Here’s what you need to know about the European League finals.
When is the Rainbow Six Siege European League finals?
The finals begin on Friday 15th January and end on Sunday 17th January, when the European League Champion will be crowned.
Along with glory, teams will also be competing for the lion’s share of a €100,000 prize pool, distributed as follows.
- 1st place: €50,00
- 2nd place: €25,000
- 3rd place: €15,000
- 4th place: €10,000
What teams are competing?
The bracket for the finals (Picture: Ubisoft)
The top four teams from the European League will be competing for the main title, while there’ll also be a Relegation Match to decide who will be dropped to the Challenger League.
Cowana Gaming and MnM will be going head-to-head in the Challenger League Final, to decide who will challenge Rogue in the Promotion/Relegation match.
You can check out the list of teams gunning for the European League Champion title below.
- BDS Esport
- Natus Vincere
- G2 Esports
What is the schedule?
The weekend schedule (Picture: Ubisoft)
You can check out the full schedule below.
Friday 15th January
- BDS Esport vs Natus Vincere - 3pm CET/2pm GMT
- Cowana Gaming vs MnM (Challenger League Final) - 6pm CET/5pm GMT
Saturday 16th January
- G2 Esports vs Virtus.Pro - 3pm CET/2pm GMT
- Rogue vs TBD (Relegation Match) - 6pm CET/5pm GMT
Sunday 17th January
- TBD vs TBD (third place match) - 3pm CET/2pm GMT
- TBD vs TBD (grand finals) - 6pm CET/5pm GMT