Rainbow Six Pro League Season 7 kicks off this Monday, March 12, 2018
Rainbow Six eSports
After an exciting Six Invitational, it’s time to kick off the new season of Rainbow Six Pro League.
Season 7 of Rainbow Six Pro League begins this Monday, March 12th, as the best teams from around the world prepare for another year of competition.
The veterans of Pro League, as well as new competitors in our Challenger League, will return to the familiar league format of previous seasons until Season 8, when we will be introducing a new league structure of double round robin. This means that for Season 7, the best teams from Europe, North America, and Latin America will once again be placed into two groups. Later, the winners of each group will compete against each other for four spots in the regional play-offs. The online stage will last seven weeks with each region having one play day per week.
You can catch the action at these times:
NA: Mondays at 5 p.m. PST
LATAM: Wednesdays at 6 p.m. BRT
EU: Thursdays at 7 p.m. CET
Season 7 will also feature the best APAC teams, competing in their respective sub-regions: Australia & New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia, all striving to earn their spot in the APAC finals.
The top eight teams from the regional finals will come together to battle it out in the global finals, which take place on May 19th and 20th in the United States.
Below you’ll find the starting group stage matchups:
- Group A – March 12th
- Evil Geniuses vs. Ronin Esports
- eRa Eternity vs. Spacestation Gaming
- Group B – March 19th
- Rogue vs. Counter Logic Gaming
- SK Gaming vs. Bird University
- Group A – March 14th
- Black Dragons e-Sports vs. RED Canids
- Team oNe eSports vs. Bootkamp Gaming
- Group B – March 21st
- FaZe Clan vs. YeaH! Gaming
- Team Liquid vs. BRK e-Sports
- Group A – March 15th
- PENTA Spots vs. Team Vitality
- Team Oplon vs. Millenium
- Group B – March 22nd
- Digital Chaos vs. Supremacy
- ENCE eSports vs. 1UPeSport