Published on July 1st, 2020 | by Adrian Gunning


Today, Ubisoft®  announced the finalists for the Six Masters 2020.  Finalists will battle it out online in a double-elimination bracket finishing with a BO5 Grand Final for the Six Masters 2020 title.

The four finalist teams that will be competing to be Six Masters Champion are:

  • Wildcard
  • Team SiNister
  • Okami LFO
  • Pittsburgh Knights

The matches will commence with the first semi-final on Friday, July 3, and conclude with the Grand Final on Sunday, July 5, with all matches being livestreamed. The full schedule is listed below: 

Friday, July 3rd:

  • ~5:00pm AEST – Semi-Final #1: Okami LFO vs Team SiNister
  • ~8:00pm AEST – Semi-Final #2: Wildcard vs Pittsburgh Knights

Saturday, July 4th:

  • ~5:00pm AEST – Upper Bracket Final
  • ~8:00pm AEST – Elimination Final

Sunday, July 5th:

  • ~3:00pm AEST – Lower Bracket Final
  • ~6:00pm AEST – Grand Final

The $50,000 (AUD) prize pool will be split as per below:

1st: $15,000

2nd: $11,000

3rd: $8,000

4th: $6,000

5th: $4,000

6th: $3,000

7th: $2,000

8th: $1,000

In addition, SteelSeries has partnered with Ubisoft as the official ‘Moments of Glory’ replay sponsor of the Six Masters 2020. As a leader in gaming peripherals focused on quality, innovation and functionality, and the fastest growing major gaming headset brand globally, SteelSeries is a pioneer supporter of esports.

The top three placed teams from the Six Masters 2020 will then advance to the Six August 2020 Major – Oceania, where they will compete online in a Gauntlet. The 2nd and 3rd ranked teams will compete in a Bo3 match, with the winner of that match progressing to face the Six Masters Champion in a Bo5 final.

All games will also be livestreamed on official Rainbow6 channels below:

  • Twitch:     
  • Facebook:
  • YouTube:          youtube/c/rainbow6esports
  • Twitter:    

For more information about the Six Masters 2020 and all Rainbow Six esports please visit the official website and follow us at

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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