24 teams in 3 regions are about to begin their final journey to the Pro League!
The eight season of Rainbow Six Challenger League is just around the corner. Competitors from Europe, North America and Latin America will battle it out for six slots in the upcoming Pro League. Over the course of the next two months each team will play 14 matches to determine two of the best teams from each region. The highest scoring teams will advance to the play-offs.
This season Challenger League will follow a tournament system similar to Pro League. All eight teams are put into a single double round robin group, which means they will face each other two times. However, instead of splitting the season in two halves. Instead, teams will play two Bo1 matches with the same opponent in a row. According to that, each play day will consist of eight matches with two of them played at the same time.
Once the group stage is over, four of the best Challenger League teams will advance to the play-offs in a single elimination, Bo3 bracket. The Challenger League champions will replace the lowest scoring team of their respective region’s Pro League. The runners-up however will have to face the 7th Pro League team, which will either defend their spot or yield it to the new challengers.
Challenger League will start simultaneously in all three regions – EU, NA and LATAM – on September 11. All of the upcoming matches will be streamed by approved community casters in eleven languages.
|Europe:||Latin America:||North America:|
|ENCE eSports||ReD DevilS e-Sports||Excelerate Gaming|
|EnD Gaming||Dexterity Team||Goober Squad|
|T3H eSports||Guidance Gaming||Disrupt Gaming|
|3DMAX||Cartel E-sports||Elephant Gang|
|Team Empire||Everlasting Esport||FLAWLESS GG|
|Overtime eSport||N/A ORG TEAM||Miner Esports|
|TrainHard eSport||YeaH Gaming||The Nomads|