Everything you need to know about North American November Six Major

Sadnan Nafis
By Sadnan Nafis
3 Min Read
Image: Ubisoft

The November Six Major 2020 has already begun with the LATAM region, where Team Liquid was crowned as the Champions. But now, with the North American November Six Major on the horizon, Ubisoft has shared more details about this upcoming event.

Instead of being an international event, the November Major was replaced to be a regional tournament. But unlike the other regions, the North American Major will be played offline in a LAN environment. The event will be held with no audience, maintaining safety protocols, at the Esports Arena in Las Vegas, NV.


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Image: Ubisoft




Host:  Loviel ‘Velly’ Cardwell

Analysts:  Jesse Chick and Jacob ‘CaliberJacob’ Anderson

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

Correspondent: Jess Brohard


Teams are competing for a share of a $125,000 USD total prize pool, based on their performance:

1st place: $62,500

2nd place: $31,250

3rd place: $18,750

4th place: $12,500


North american november six major

Just like previous Rainbow Six events, viewers will be able to earn special charms by watching the live-streams for a set amount of time. So if you haven’t already registered for the twitch drops, you can do it here.


North american november six major

Shop the official merch from this special event. Available at the Ubisoft Store from now until November 18 only.

Ubisoft also confirmed that they will be following strict safety precautions for COVID-19. “Safety is of the utmost importance to Ubisoft, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to deliver gold-standard safety measures and protocols.”

Before the event:

  • Two-week mandatory quarantine for all players.
  • COVID-19 testing before and after the quarantine period.

During the event:

  • Daily temperature checks and COVID-19 screenings.
  • Face masks required.
  • Social distancing required.
  • Frequent sanitation of all high-touch surfaces.
  • COVID-19 test before departure on Sunday.

Each team will have their own private room reserved for select members of each organization. All equipment will be rigorously sanitized daily at the beginning and end of each day. All players will be asked to adhere to rules and regulations set during the bubble period, and any violation of the rules will result in dismissal from the site or disqualification entirely.

So get ready for some intense Rainbow Six Siege gameplay from some of the best teams in the world. The NA Major will kick off on Nov. 13, ending in two days on Nov. 15. Watch it live on Twitch or YouTube.

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Sadnan Nafis is a Senior Esports Writer at GameRiv. Sadnan has a love-hate relationship with Rainbow Six Siege. He loves to keep himself updated with new tech videos and is always ready to help others.