In a joint announcement on Monday, tournament organizer BLAST and game publisher Ubisoft announced where Rainbow Six Siege esports would be heading for the remainder of the year and where the 2024 Six Invitational would be held.
BLAST Chief Innovation Officer Nicholas Estrup and Ubisoft Ubisoft Associate Director of Live Events & Broadcast Nelson Garcia revealed that Major 1 would be taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark, in May and Major 2 would be held somewhere in the United States in November. Finally, the Six Invitational will take place in Brazil sometime in early 2024, according to the announcement.
Details on specific locations, ticketing information, sponsors, and more will be revealed at a later date.
The 2023 Six Invitational wrapped up this weekend in Place Bell, a 10,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Laval, Quebec, Canada. G2 Esports took home the championship trophy (a giant black hammer) after defeating W7M Esports 3-1 in the final series for a $1M USD share of a $3M prize pool (the initial prize pool is $500K, but is enhanced 30% of all “Road to Six Invitational” 2022 Battle Pass sales—up to a cap of $3M).
For a recap of viewership on this year’s event check out Esports Charts.