Announcing the prizepool of the Year 2 Season 1!
From May 20th to 21st, the best Rainbow Six: Siege teams from three regions will meet in Katowice, Poland, in order to decide which one is the best in the world. Here you’ll get to know about the event, including prize pool and slots distribution, and more!

Eight teams in total will meet at the Rainbow Six Pro League LAN Finals this season. Both Europe and North America will have three representatives each, while Latin America will be represented by two squads. The tournament will take place from May 20th-21st in the ESL Arena in Katowice which already hosted a Rainbow Six: Siege event last year.

The total prize pool of the Rainbow Six Pro League for this season is $237,500. $70,500 will be distributed among the teams who participated in the online stage and $167,000 will be the total prize pool of the R6PL LAN Finals. Each team that qualifies for the offline tournament is guaranteed $8,000, but other teams competing in the online stage will be rewarded as well:

Online stage prize pool

  • 3rd place: $7,500 (only in LATAM)
  • 4th place: $6,000
  • 5-6th place: $4,500
  • 7-8th place: $3,000

LAN final prize pool

  • 1st place: $75,000
  • 2nd place: $30,000
  • 3-4th place: $15,000
  • 5-8th place: $8,000

Tickets for the Rainbow Six Pro League Finals in Katowice, Poland, will be available soon.

In addition, we’re glad to announce the prize pool distribution for the Challenger League, where teams are fighting for spots in the Rainbow Six Pro League. In each of the three regions $5,000 will be divided amongst the four best teams as follows:

  • 1st place: $2,500
  • 2nd place: $1,250
  • 3rd place: $750
  • 4th place: $500

The prize pool distribution in the Major Leagues will be the same as in the Challenger League.