November Six Major 2020 shifted online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

The November Six Major 2020 was the third International Rainbow Six Siege LAN event set in 2020 and was supposed to be taking place in Europe. However, due to coronavirus fears, Ubisoft has now decided to cancel the International Lan event and replace it with online regional tournaments.

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Just like the August Major, this decision was made to prioritize the health and well-being of the players, coaches, and all the attendees.

Earlier today, Ubisoft shared this news in their blog post, showcasing their plans for the replacement online regional tournaments, which will be the last step to earn points in the race towards a qualification for the Six Invitational 2021.

Throughout the entire month of November, online events will take place across Europe, North America, Latin America, and Asia-Pacific. These four regions will share a prize pool of $500,000 USD, with each region receiving $125,000.


The four regional Majors will follow a similar prize pool breakdown as the Six August 2020 Major’s.

North America


Latin America

In Latin America, the $125,000 total prizepool of the November Six Major will be split as follows :

Brazil Division:

Mexico Division final match:

Top LATAM South Division team: 6.4% $8,000


In Asia-Pacific, the $125,000 total prizepool of the Six November 2020 Major will be split as follows:

North Division:


South Asia:

In addition, an Operator bundle will be produced for the Major. 30% of the net revenue from these items will contribute to the prize pool which will be split evenly between the 4 regions: Europe, North America, Latin America and Asia-Pacific. The breakdown within each region will then follow the same structure as the Major’s main prize pool.

The November Major Operator Bundle will be revealed later this month.


The North American region will see 4 teams compete in the online November Six Major. At the end of Stage 2, the top 3 US Division teams will be automatically invited to join the Major. The 4th team will be selected through a North American Qualifier opposing the 4th, 5th and 6th ranking teams of the US Division and 1st place team of the Canada Division.

In Europe, the top 4 teams at the end of the Stage 2 of the European League will qualify to compete online in the Major.

In Latin America, at the end of Stage 2:

  • The top 4 teams from the Brazil Division will compete online in the Major.
  • The top 2 teams from the Mexico Division will compete online in a Division final Bo5 match.
  • Finally, the winning team of the LATAM South Division will also get a share of the total prize money.

In Asia-Pacific, at the end of Stage 2:

  • The top 6 teams from the North Division will compete online in the Major
  • The top 3 teams from the Oceanic Nationals will compete online in the Major
  • The top 4 teams from the South Asia Nationals will compete online in the Major


Similarly to Stage 1, the revamp of the November Six Major will lead to the same adjustments in the way points for the Global Standings will be distributed during Stage 2.

Europe and North America

The top 8 teams of the European and North-American regions are awarded the following amount of points:


Latin America and Asia-Pacific

The LATAM and APAC regions will have teams from their sub-regions (respectively Brazil, Mexico, LATAM South and APAC North & South) ranked in the regional top 8 as follows:

  • 1st (510) – Brazil Division 1st & APAC North 1st
  • 2nd (390) – Brazil Division 2nd & APAC North 2nd
  • 3rd (330) – Brazil Division 3rd & Oceania 1st
  • 4th (275) – Brazil Division 4th & South Asia 1st 
  • 5th (225) – Mexico Division 1st & APAC North 3rd
  • 6th (180) – Brazil Division 5th & APAC North 4th
  • 7th (140) – Mexico Division 2nd & APAC North 5th
  • 8th (115) – LATAM South Division 1st & APAC North 6th


  • Latin America: October 30 – November 1st
  • Europe: November 6 – 8
  • North America: November 13 -15
  • Asia-Pacific: November 25 – 29

It is very unfortunate for the fans, who were really excited to experience the International LAN event for Rainbow Six Siege. But amidst this pandemic, Ubisoft has taken the right decision to continue this event online, while still delivering some entertaining action to all the viewers.

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