G2 Esports managed to defeat Team Empire with the 3-0 score in the grand finals of Six Invitational 2019, receiving $800,000 in prize money. For their second place Team Empire received $320,000.
In the playoffs stage G2 Esports outplayed Spacestation Gaming (2-1) in the quarterfinals and Team Reciprocity (2-0) in the semifinals. Earlier they placed first in Group C after defeating mantis FPS (2-0) and Mock-it (2-0).
|Group A||Group B|
|4.||Ninjas in Pyjamas||0-2||14-34||4.||Rogue||0-2||26-33|
|Group C||Group D|
|1.||G2 Esports||2-0||29-16||1.||Evil Geniuses||2-0||29-16|
|2.||Team Liquid||2-1||55-53||2.||PET Nora-Rengo||2-1||44-39|
|4.||mantis FPS||0-2||26-35||4.||LeStream Esport||0-2||15-29|
Six Invitational 2019, the first major Rainbow Six: Siege tournament of 2019, was held on Montreal, Canada on February 11th – 17th. Sixteen teams competed for a $2,000,000 prize pool.
|3rd-4th||$160,000||PET Nora-Rengo, Team Reciprocity|
|5th-8th||$80,000||Fnatic, Team Liquid, Spacestation Gaming, Evil Geniuses|
|9th-12th||$40,000||FaZe Clan, Immortals, Mock-it Esports, PENTA|
|13th-16th||$20,000||Ninjas in Pyjamas, Rogue, mantis FPS, LeStream Esports|