Open qualifiers for the Six Masters 2019
wrapped up this past weekend which means the final 12 teams that will compete for the crown has been sorted. The Group Stage is set to kick-off the weekend of June 15 (from 2PM AEST) with the Finals set to take place at Margaret Court Arena as part of this year’s Melbourne Esports Open
on the weekend of August 31.
Also this year's Six Masters will be the biggest yest for local Rainbow Six Siege with a $50,000 AUD prize-pool - basically double of what it was last year. The split will be as follows: 1st Place $20,000, 2nd Place $10,000, 3rd–4th Place $4,000 each, 5th-8th Place $2,000 each, 9th-10th Place $1,500 each, and 11th-12th Place $500 each.
Sebastian Østfeldt, Esports Business Analyst at Ubisoft Australia, said, “We could not be more excited to reveal the prize pool for the Six Masters 2019. The esports community in the ANZ region has shown tremendous passion and dedication to the Rainbow Six scene and we’re thrilled to deliver a prize pool that demonstrates our increasing commitment to the long-term health of our esports program down under.”
So, all that's left now is the Group Stage round-robin ahead of the finals. With the qualifiers all done and dusted, here's how the final 12 teams shape up.
- Oddity Esports
- ACME Association
- Power Plays
- Fury Australia
- Off The Grid Esports
- Sleeper Gaming
All the upcoming action will be streamed via Twitch.tv/Rainbow6ANZ
. For more info on the Melbourne Esports Open head here